Themelios: A Wealth of Evangelical Scholarship

Themelios (99 Issues) Journals are perfect resources to have in your Libronix library. I turn to my journals collection over and over again. Finding relevant scholarly articles on a given topic or by a particular author takes just seconds with our powerful searching. Compare that to the amount of time it would take to pull hundreds of paper volumes off the shelf (assuming you even owned them all) and scan through each one’s table of contents.

Even more significant is the ability to find all of the occurrences of a particular passage of Scripture or mentions of certain words or phrases. In Libronix you can get these results in less time than it would take you to pull the first journal off your shelf and flip to the back, only to find out that there is no Scripture index or topic index. That’s right, if you want those kinds of results in print, you’ll have to read every volume cover to cover!

We already have dozens of first-rate journals available for purchase, but we’re always looking to add more. Our latest offering is Themelios, “an international evangelical theological journal that expounds and defends the historic Christian faith.” From 1975 until 2007, Themelios was a publication of the RTSF/UCCF in the UK. In 2008 The Gospel Coalition acquired it and continues to release top-notch content.

Contributors to the journal include leading evangelical scholars and pastors such as Richard Bauckham, G. K. Beale, Craig Blomberg, Gerald Bray, Geoffrey Bromiley, D. A. Carson, Peter Enns, R. T. France, Ronald Fung, Richard Gaffin, Simon Gathercole, Michael Haykin, Paul Helm, Tim Keller, Derek Kidner, Robert Letham, Richard Longenecker, I. Howard Marshall, Alister McGrath, Richard Mouw, Scott Oliphant, J. I. Packer, Clark Pinnock, Stanley Porter, Philip Graham Ryken, Thomas Schreiner, John Stott, Carl Trueman, David Wright, N. T. Wright, Robert Yarbrough, and many more.

We’re taking pre-orders for all 99 issues published between 1975 and 2008 and will release future volumes as they become available (intervals TBD). If you haven’t already, go have a look and place your pre-order to help send this wealth of evangelical scholarship into production.

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4 Responses to “Themelios: A Wealth of Evangelical Scholarship”

  1. Phil Long May 2, 2009 at 10:20 am #

    This is an excellent resource, glad to see Logos producing this valuable addition. When I went to pre-order it, I noticed that Logos also has the Journal of Biblical Literature (JBL) on Pre-pub. This is a stunning addition and ought to be trumpeted as much as Themelios!
    I am also hoping the Journal of Northwest Semetic Languages makes it eventually; the journal is extremely important for Hebrew Bible studies.

  2. Gabriel Powell May 3, 2009 at 9:59 pm #

    So…. when will the Journal of Biblical Counseling be available? I just bought the PDF CDs which are required for class, but a Libronix version would be oh so nice :-)

  3. John Bowling May 8, 2009 at 2:29 pm #

    This is great. How about the Faith and Philosophy journals?

  4. Jason June 25, 2010 at 7:55 pm #

    I second the Faith and Philosophy recommendation, and add Philosophia Christi to the list.