J-STOR Opens Archives for Free Access to Scholarly Journals

Posted By on January 18, 2013

A while back I blogged on the importance of scholarly journals for biblical research. J-STOR, one of the premier database repositories for academic journals in the humanities (which of course includes biblical studies, archaeology, and religion) recently announced a new program to provide journal articles to the public for free. Check it out!

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  1. Doug says:

    I have to say, this is such a cool resource. I was looking everywhere for an article lots of people source (including you in your dissertation) by John Day on who the seraphim of Is 6 are, and found it here, for free! Craziness.

    And that article is, actually, compelling in his view about the seraphim (as the personification of lightning, albeit with a serpent appearance). And yet they still had to protect themselves with their wings from Yahweh’s presence. Yikes. No wonder Isaiah panicked.

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