A Journal of Birmingham Theological Seminary
Current Issue: Volume 1 | Issue 1 | Dec. 2023
ABOUT the BTJ
The Birmingham Theological Journal (BTJ) is the open access, annual, peer-reviewed journal published by Birmingham Theological Seminary (BTS). The journal provides a venue for BTS students, faculty, and alumni to publish articles and book reviews in the following fields of study: biblical theology, Old and New Testament studies, church history, systematic theology, and related disciplines. The journal seeks to further scholarship by focusing on areas of academic study related to the Bible and its application primarily within the Reformed tradition and a broadly historic Reformed community.
BTS is a Reformed, multi-denominational seminary, but the views expressed by the authors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the theological positions of the BTJ editors or the BTS faculty, staff, or board. Contributors may find the guidelines for submission at the website for the Birmingham Theological Seminary Writing Center: https://www.btswritingcenter.net/. Manuscript submissions and correspondence should be emailed to the general editor as directed on the website.