The Latest Issue of JGRChJ: Articles on Greek Language and Papyrology

I recently received my copy of the latest volume of the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, which contains articles from all three of the co-bloggers here, among several other intriguing ones. Due to the recent closing of Sheffield Phoenix Press, which has published the journal since its inception, this volume is the first with […]

Guest Post: “Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism” and Submitting Articles

As many readers of this blog will know, one of the publishing endeavors of McMaster Divinity College is the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism. JGRChJ is a relatively young journal, having just completed its twelfth issue, but it is already widely known as a venue for high quality New Testament scholarship. One indication of […]

Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism

In this post, I wish to introduce the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism (JGRChJ) to authors and scholars who may wish to publish their work on any subject related to Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism. I especially wish to invite future, potential authors (as well as interested scholars) to survey and read past articles of the journal […]