Free Temporary Access to Scholarly Journals in Biblical Studies and Theology

| November 11, 2013

[Addendum: After you create an account at SAGE, go to this link and then click on the link that says “Free online access to all theology and biblical studies journals until 30 November!”]   It’s that time of year again! SAGE is offering open access to a list of solid journals until Nov 30. All […]

J-STOR Opens Archives for Free Access to Scholarly Journals

| 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! Technorati Tags: […]

Free Access to ASOR Scholarly Journals – For a Limited Time

| April 2, 2012

Some time ago I blogged on the importance of scholarly journals for biblical research. I also lamented the fact that digital access to these materials is restricted. But now some good news — The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) is making digital access to their scholarly journals available for free for a limited time. […]

On Academic Journals: The JSTOR Treasure-Trove

| October 18, 2011

Came across this today, from the erstwhile AWOL blog of Chuck Jones. Click here for a reminder on why you need to get access to JSTOR.† AWOL has posted an exhaustive list of journals accessible through JSTOR.† Just gives you an idea. I’ll be posting some things to come on commentary recommendations and journal recommendations. […]

Tools for Biblical Research, Part 2: Access to Scholarly Journals

| October 13, 2011

In the wake of the last post (the NT commentary example), I’ve had several requests about commentaries and journals. I’ll say something about commentaries in future posts, but those of you who are keeping up already know that I view them as one of several go-to resources, as opposed to them being the end of […]