The Journal of Presbyterian History
The Journal is intended to nurture and promote an understanding and appreciation of religious history (specifically Presbyterian and Reformed history since the Reformation) in its cultural setting either in the United States or elsewhere in the world; educate readers about the importance of preserving that history; engage and involve readers to ensure that this history remains an important resource; and make known to Presbyterians and the broader scholarly community the resources and services of the Presbyterian Historical Society.
While grounded in solid scholarship, Journal articles are written for a broad audience of historians, Presbyterians and the general public.
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