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 http://www.gordonconwell.edu/boston/africanusjournal
The Africanus Monograph Series publishes academic dissertations and books by scholars who agree with its goals and have earned research degrees.
Editor: Alda Besancon Spencer