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— Philip Graham Ryken, President of Wheaton College, and author of commentaries volumes on Exodus in the Preaching the Word series (PTW) and Luke in the Reformed Expository Commentary series (REC)
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Examples of Academic Journals
- Bulletin for Biblical Research
- Biblical Interpretation
- Bibliotheca Sacra
- Concordia Journal
- Calvin Theological Journal
- Currents in Theology and Mission
- Denver Journal
- Evangelical Quarterly
- Expository Times
- Institute for Biblical Research
- Journal of Biblical Literature
- Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
- Reformed Theological Review
- Society of Biblical Literature
- Trinity Journal
- Tyndale Bulletin
- Westminster Theological Journal