Free Online eJournals & Bibliography
"The East Africa Journal of Theology became the Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology in 1990. It is a scholarly evangelical theological journal offering articles and book reviews relating to theology and ministry in Africa. AJET is published twice a year by the staff of the Scott Christian University School of Theology (formerly Scott Theological College) in Kenya."
“Anabaptist Witness is a global Anabaptist and Mennonite dialogue on key issues facing the church in mission. Issues come out twice a year (April and October), and are freely available online and for purchase in print …The new issue is on the theology of religions, and has contributors from the US, Canada, the Netherlands, South Korea, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Spain. Below is a short issue description:
"Purpose: To make high quality theological material available throughout the world, thus providing Bible teachers and pastors with the resources they need to spread the Gospel in their countries. This is achieved by:
“The impetus for this journal is born out of three desires. One is to provide the global church an opportunity to interact with each other on topics that impact them directly. As such, we have committed to making this journal free of charge and translating the content into a variety of languages in order to provide non-English readers access to theological discussions.
“The second is to spur on those in particular who have an overwhelming amount of access to educational opportunities to see the need more clearly and possibly be moved to even help meet that need. It might require moving to another culture or committing to partnering with someone to offer modular courses where the need is great. One might think we are referring primarily of Americans, but we would be remiss not to acknowledge that there are many good theologians that have arisen from places like Kenya, Brazil, Korea and Singapore.
“Lastly, we hope that the issues raised in this journal will be both challenging and encouraging to readers around the world. Whether we are introducing an unknown story of a Christian leader's work or examining the manner in which particular passages from the Bible impact different cultures, we trust the reader will have their eyes opened to the impact and complexity of Christian faith around the world.”
If you would like to recommend further online journals or bibliographies to appear here that relate to mission or world Christianity, please email the Librarian, Mrs Ruth MacLean.