[First posted in AWOL 26 November 2013, updated 15 March 2018 (links now all to Internet Archive)]
SCRIPTURE BULLETIN is a peer-reviewed journal published twice yearly since 1969 by the Catholic Biblical Society of Great Britain (ISSN 0036-9780).EDITORIAL BOARD
Ian Boxall (Editor)
Martin O’Kane (Reviews Editor)
Seth Turner (Treasuer)All editorial communications and requests for back numbers should be addressed to:
The Editor, Mr. Ian Boxall, St Stephen’s House, 16 Marston St, Oxford, OX4 1JX.
Email: email@example.comSince January 2010 Scripture Bulletin has been published exclusively online. Articles may be downloaded in pdf format, for which a suitable reader such as Adobe Reader is required. To download an article, simply click on the pdf icon which appears below the abstract or opening paragraph.
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- Click on the relevant section (Editorial, Articles or Reviews & Notices) and browse the contents (most recent first).
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- Click on 'Past issues' then select the issue year and monthAdditionally, all print issues since the first issue in 1969 are available to download. To access these either use the search box (which searches the full text of every issue automatically) or click on 'Past issues'> 'Pre-2010 issues'. A separate online archive of Scripture, the predecessor to Scripture Bulletin, is also available.
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