Journal of Early Christian Studies

Infobox Journal

discipline = Religion, Classics
abbreviation = ERL
website =
publisher = Johns Hopkins University Press
country = USA
history = 1993 to present
ISSN = 1067-6341

The "Journal of Early Christian Studies" is an academic journal founded in 1993 and the official publication of the [ North American Patristics Society] . It is devoted to the study of patristics, that is Christianity in the ancient period of roughly C.E. 100-700. The journal publishes patristics scholarship using methodologies and focusing on themes both new and old. It also includes book reviews. The editor is David Brakke of Indiana University. The editorial assistant is Brad Storin.

The journal is published quarterly in March, June, September, and December. Circulation is 1,345 and the average length of an issue is 160 pages.

ee also

*Early Christianity

External links

* [ Biography of Dr.David Brakke]
* [ Journal of Early Christian Studies at Project MUSE]

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