JCTS Volume 2, 2023
Preview of JCTS Volume 2
Since the publication of the 2023 journal has been delayed, we are providing our members and website visitors with a preview of an article included in this issue. This preview is the sequel to Dr. William D. Barrick’s article published in Volume 1: “The Fountains of the Great Deep and the Windows of the Heavens in the Genesis Flood Narrative: Chronology.” Click on the link to download and read. Please note that the article is merely the final draft PDF and has not yet been formatted for the journal issue.
JCTS Volume 1, 2022
The first issue of the Journal of the Creation Theology Society has been published and mailed to members.
Digital and hard copy of the Journal of the Creation Theology Society are both now available for purchase — see below under “Purchase JCTS 1.”
According to our founding documents, “The CTS shall publish a formal peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal that presents the proceedings from the annual conference: selected abstracts from each paper/presentation, full papers from the Themed Interdisciplinary Session, and a transcription of the panel discussion, along with any other articles and book reviews approved through the peer-review process. A hard copy of the journal will be distributed to all members. This journal further contributes to the CTS purpose to promote excellence in Christian scholarship, communicate results of biblical research, and set a standard for interdisciplinary creation research.”
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Free Download of JCTS Sample Article
Get your free download of Kurt P. Wise, “‘Fountains’ and ‘Windows’ in Genesis 7:11: An Historical Survey” from the Journal of the Creation Theology Society 1 (2022): 3–50. Click above on “free download.”
Purchase JCTS 1
Books for Review
Each issue of the journal will publish a list of books for review. Click here to download JCTS 1 (2022) “Books for Review.”
Book reviews for JCTS will include both traditional intradisciplinary review (reviews submitted by the author’s colleagues within his/her discipline; e.g., theologians reviewing theological books) and interdisciplinary reviews (e.g., scientists reviewing theological books on the topic of creation, or theologians reviewing scientific books on the topic of creation). Such diversity of book reviews reflects CTS’s goal of interdisciplinary communication and research. When we receive publishable reviews, we will include “Book Reviews” in future issues of JCTS.
For further information about Book Reviews or for submitting a book review, download the JCTS 1 (2022) “Books for Review” above.