Trinity Journal is a theological journal published twice each year by the faculty of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Since 1980, Trinity Journal has served scholarship and the church worldwide by making available to libraries, pastors, scholars, missionaries, and interested Christian lay people timely essays and reviews. Articles deal with classic biblical, historical, and theological issues, many of pastoral importance and most of timeless significance to Christians. Authors are abreast of recent research, yet write not just to fellow scholars but to informed Christians who want to keep their theological basis for ministry fresh and growing.
Trinity Journal operates within the confessional stance of the divinity school. Views of the contributors are their own and not necessarily endorsed by the Editorial Board or the faculty of the divinity school. Unsolicited articles are accepted for consideration for publication. Style should follow the guidelines given in “Instructions for Contributors” in Journal of Biblical Literature. Additional information for contributors should be consulted on this site.
Trinity Journal is indexed with several indexing and abstracting services.