The journals published by Gütersloher Verlagshaus have long provided a forum for expert theological debate. Since our collaboration began in 2014, we have made the publishing house’s entire journal archive available in digital form, thereby safeguarding an important chapter in the history of modern Protestant theological publishing.
Since 2019, we have also been providing electronic access to eleven of the publishing house’s renowned book series for the first time.
About Gütersloher Verlagshaus
Gütersloher Verlagshaus enjoys a long-standing tradition as a committed, open, critical, and liberal publishing house. Its religious and theological programme represents the core of the Bertelsmann publishing house, which was founded in 1835.
The Verlagshaus works with churches, academics, and social organizations on a wide range of projects. It is always in dialog with other confessions and religions and is continually forging solid and innovative new paths in academic publishing.
Its areas of specialization include exegesis, systematic theology, church history, dogmatic theology, Protestant theology, the history of the Reformation, and interreligious dialogue and ecumenism.