Africanus Monograph Series

The AFRICANUS MONOGRAPH SERIES is published by the Africanus Guild, based at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's Boston Campus/Center for Urban Ministerial Education (CUME). Like the Africanus Journal, it strives to promote academic work by men and women that is multiethnic, urban-oriented, and committed to a high view of the Bible, interpreting it in conversation with the realities of the world we live in.
The journal is named in honor of Julius Africanus, a Christian scholar born around A.D. 200. He probably was born in Jerusalem, studied in Alexandria, Egypt, and later became bishop of Emmaus. He was considered by the ancients a man of consummate learning and sharpest judgment, a careful historian who sought to defend the truth of the Bible.

The Journal may be read free of charge on line at
The Africanus Monograph Series publishes academic dissertations and books by scholars who agree with its goals and have earned research degrees.

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