About This Journal
The Distinctives of Eleutheria:
- Led, edited, and peer-reviewed by graduate students
- Evangelical in perspective and inclination
- All reviewers uphold the Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary doctrinal statement in their capacity and involvement
- Online and open-access
- Overseen by a Faculty Advisory Board
Eleutheria is an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal led, edited, and reviewed by graduate students of Theology and Philosophy, Scripture and Interpretation, and Church and Mission. It is published bi-annually online through the Liberty University School of Divinity and is an open-access journal. The mission of Eleutheria is to glorify God through the publication of excellent graduate student scholarship from an evangelical perspective in the areas of Theology and Philosophy, Scripture and Interpretation, and Church and Mission. The journal is led, edited, and reviewed by graduate students and is Evangelical in conviction and perspective.
Eleutheria welcomes all graduate students from any discipline to submit papers for review and publication. Please go to the "Submit Article" link to the right for submission guidelines.
You may download the Eleutheria Journal Manually here. For more information, please email .
This journal is indexed in the following databases:
ATLA Religion Database ® (ATLA RDB®)
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“Published by the Association of Christian Librarians, this database provides access to articles and reviews written from an evangelical perspective or of interest to the evangelical community.”