Mennonite Studies Resources
- The Conrad Grebel Review. An “interdisciplinary journal of Christian inquiry devoted to thoughtful, sustained discussion of spirituality, history, theology and culture from a broadly-based Mennonite perspective.” See also ATLA Religion Index
- Direction: A Mennonite Brethren Forum. Addresses biblical, theological, historical, ethical, and church-related issues. A semiannual publication supported by Mennonite Brethren higher education institutions in the United States and Canada.
- Journal of Mennonite Studies. Publishes scholarly articles in the areas of history, sociology, literature, economics, and the arts. The Journal examines Anabaptist-Mennonite questions that arise in the Reformation period up to the present, with special focus on Canadian-Mennonite studies, particularly the history and culture of Mennonites of Prussian- Russian and Swiss background.
- Mennonite Quarterly Review. Devoted to the scholarly study of the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition. The electronic version provides tables of contents, an index of volumes from 1927-1984, some images and sample articles.
- Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology. Published twice a year by Canadian Mennonite Bible College (CMU) and The Institute of Mennonite Studies, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary (Elkhart, Indiana).
- DreamSeeker Magazine. Links readers to “Anabaptist-related writers committed to exploring from the heart, with passion, depth, and flair, their own visions and issues of the day.”
- Mennonite Life. An illustrated quarterly.
- Mennonite Weekly Review. Seeks to be a medium for the preservation and spread of Christian beliefs and ideals as interpreted in the Anabaptist/Mennonite tradition.
- Rhubarb. A magazine published by the Mennonite Literary Society.
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