Journal of Discipliana.
Disciples of Christ Historical Society is pleased to announce the launch of the Journal of Discipliana, an online only, open access, peer-reviewed journal for original scholarship that explores issues related to all aspects of thought and religious life and practice within the historical or contemporary Stone-Campbell Movement. The General Editor, Dr. Mark G. Toulouse, works in consultation with an editorial board of scholars representing a diversity of gender, “racial-ethnic,” and national identity from the three primary streams of the Stone-Campbell Movement: the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Christian Churches/Churches of Christ, and the Churches of Christ (a cappella). Jim McMillan provides staff support as Managing Editor. Dr. Rick Lowery, President of the Historical Society, is Publisher. Journal issues will be numbered by year, with articles and book reviews added throughout the year as they are edited and approved. The Journal of Discipliana continues the legacy of the quarterly print periodical Discipliana, which suspended publication in 2014. Manuscripts may be submitted in Microsoft Word to Dr. Toulouse.
Current Issue: Volume 74, Issue 1 (2021)
Journalism’s Deep Roots in the Stone-Campbell Movement
John M. Imbler
LGBTQ+ Inclusion: An Appeal to Stone-Campbell Movement Ideals
A Review of A Life of Alexander Campbell by Douglas A. Foster
Thomas H. Olbricht
Review of James L. Gorman, Among the Early Evangelicals
Mark G. Toulouse