Journal of Biblical Studies is an electronic journal dedicated to the field of Biblical Studies in general. Articles on any aspect of Biblical Studies (including: archaeology, linguistics, exegesis, history, and textual issues) are welcome, and contributions that challenge the traditional boundaries of Biblical Studies are encouraged. We would also like to see articles that discuss the relationship between Biblical Studies and other disciplines.The Journal of Biblical Studies was an early entry in the roster of online open access journals and an early casualty of unsustainable enthusiasm for the form. It no longer exists at its own domain. Luckily a full version of it remains accessible by way of the Wayback Machine of the Internet Archive.
JBS publishes standard scholarly articles (both full-length articles and shorter notes are equally welcome), project reports, and book reviews. In addition, the JBS home page will provide links to additional resources of interest to biblical studies, including archaeological field reports, primary sources, and links to other sites of interest.
See the full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies