Anglican Evangelical Journal for Theology and Mission
Anvil is an Anglican evangelical journal of theology and mission. It aims to encourage clear and creative thinking and practice through open, scholarly debate. While the journal stands clearly in an Anglican evangelical tradition, it seeks to engage constructively with other Christian traditions, both within and beyond the Anglican Communion. Anvil has a particular concern to reflect the unity and diversity of the church worldwide.
Aims and Scope
Why subscribe and read
To keep abreast of contemporary developments in theology and mission and to be inspired to think creatively about life and faith in today's world.
To be published in a reputable journal of theology and mission, and to resource the Church by inspiring and challenging ministers and informed readers.
~15% - most are commissioned articles.
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Instructions for Authors
We aim to publish original articles by contemporary writers, whether established or not, which are of high quality and theological substance.
We aim to review recently published books in the fields of:
- Biblical Studies
- Christian Doctrine and Philosophy
- Ethics, Pastoral Studies and Mission
- Worship and Spirituality
- Church History and Biography
Our reviews aim to help our readers keep abreast of recent scholarship and determine which new books they need to read.
The material contained in Anvil represents the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of the Editors, Editorial Board or Trustees.
Abstracting & Indexing
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- EBSCO Discovery Service
- Genamics JournalSeek
- Google Scholar
- KESLI-NDSL (Korean National Discovery for Science Leaders)
- Naviga (Softweco)
- Primo Central (ExLibris)
- Summon (Serials Solutions/ProQuest)
- Ulrich's Periodicals Directory/ulrichsweb
- WanFang Data
- WorldCat (OCLC)
The Anvil Trust
- Rt Revd Graham Cray (Chair) Archbishops' Missioner and Team Leader of Fresh Expressions. England
- Professor Richard Bauckham, Retired Professor of Biblical Studies, University of St Andrew's, Scotland
- Dr Martin Davie, Theological Secretary to the Council and Secretary to the Faith and Order Advisory Group, Church of England.
- Very Revd Adrian Newman Bishop of Stepney, Diocese of London, UK
- Revd Dr Paul Weston, Ridley Hall, Cambridge, UK
- Dr Paul Davies, All Nations Christian College, Herts, UK
- Revd Dr John Corrie, Trinity College, Bristol, UK
- Revd Canon Joseph Galgalo, St Paul's College, Limuru, Kenya
- Revd Dr Andrew Goddard, Associate Director Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, Cambridge, UK
- Revd Dr Tim Hull, St John's College Nottingham, UK
- Dr Michael Jensen, Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia
- Revd Dr Olivia Nassaka, Uganda Christian University, Mukono, Uganda
- Revd Canon Sarah Rowland Jones, Archbishop's researcher, Capetown, South Africa
- Revd Peter Sanlon, Oak Hill Theological College, London, UK
- Revd Dr George Sumner, Wycliffe College, Toronto
- Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry, Trinity School for Ministry, Pittsburgh, USA
- Revd Michael Volland, Cranmer Hall, Durham, UK
- Revd Dr Jenni Williams, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford