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The Gütersloh journal portfolio regards itself as a forum for the scholarly discussion in various theological disciplines. 

Since the beginning of the cooperation with De Gruyter in 2014, user are able to access not only current issues, but the complete electronic archives of all Gütersloh journals. Making available and documenting important parts of the history of modern theological publishing. 

In 2019, De Gruyter will also make 11 renowned book series from Gütersloh available as ebooks for the first time.

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PRODUCTS OF GÜTERSLOHER VERLAGSHAUS

eJOURNALS
2018

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BACKLIST/ARCHIVE(1904-2017)

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All products of Gütersloher Verlagshaus are also available in PDA.
 

GÜTERSLOH THEOLOGICAL SOURCES

The Gütersloher Verlagshaus and De Gruyter have launched the renowned theological book series of the Gütersloher Verlagshaus as complete, retro-digitized packages – all in all 158 titles, with 14 titles that are currently in planning.

All titles will be available as eBooks for the first time. 

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The content is drawn from 11 individual packages, 1 for each of the following series:

  • The Hadith: Documents of the Islamic Tradition
  • The Koran: in Arabic and German translation
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Works
  • Janusz Korczak: Complete Works
  • Jewish Writings from the Hellenistic-Roman Period: New Series
  • Jewish Writings from the Hellenistic-Roman Period: New Series
  • Martin Buber: Selected Works
  • Hans Joachim Iwand: Posthumous Works – New Series
  • Texts from the World of the Old Testament
  • Texts from the World of the Old Testament – New Series
     

ABOUT GÜTERSLOHER VERLAGSHAUS

The Gütersloher Verlagshaus has a long-lasting tradition as being a dedicated, open, critical and liberal publishing house with a religious and theological program. It was founded in 1853 and forms he foundation stone of the publishing house Bertelsmann.

Gütersloh is proud of this tradition: be it as a specialized publisher of literature for the church community, as a publisher of academic theological literature as well as publications on religious education, and as being a partner of the church itself.

The Gütersloher Verlagshaus is closely working together on various projects with churches, academies, social institutions and university faculties, actively seeking the dialogue with other confessions and religions and is thereby trend-setting in academic theological publishing.

Subject areas/topics:

  • Exegesis
  • Systematic theology
  • Church history
  • Dogmatics
  • Ethics
  • Practical theology
  • Protestant theology
  • Reformation history
  • Interreligious dialogue
  • Ecumenism