Online Pentecostal Academic Journals

Asian Journal of Pentecostal Studies (AJPS) – associated with the Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in the Philippines (Assemblies of God Philippines) – 1998-present – FREE ONLINE

Australasian Pentecostal Studies (APS) – 1999-present – FREE ONLINE

Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity – 2010-present – FREE ONLINE

Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research – 1997-2013 – FREE ONLINE

Encounter: Journal for Pentecostal Ministry – associated with the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary – 2004-present – FREE ONLINE

Ethne: Online Journal for Pentecostal and Missional Leadership – associated with All Nations Theological Seminary in Malawi – 2010-2012 – (NO LONGER AVAILABLE — IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO THIS JOURNAL PLEASE SEND ME A LINKED COMMENT)

International Journal of Pentecostal Missiology (IJPM) – associated with the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary – 2013-present – FREE ONLINE

Journal of the European Pentecostal Theological Association (JEPTA) – associated with the European Pentecostal Theological Association – 1981-present – FREE ONLINE through 2009 / Members access to 2010-present

Journal for Pentecostal Theology (JPT) – 1992-present – Members access only

The Pentecostal Educator – associated with the World Alliance for Pentecostal Theological Education – 2014-present – FREE ONLINE

PentecoStudies: Online Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements – 2004-present – subscription

Pneuma: Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies – 1979-present – Members access only

PneumAfrica: The Online Journal of African Pentecostal Christianity – associated with the Association for Pentecostal Theological Education in Africa – 2013-present – FREE ONLINE

Pneuma Review – 1998-present – FREE ONLINE

Refleks – published in Norway by Norwegian historian Geir Lie (articles in Norwegian and English) – 2002-2009 – FREE ONLINE

I have intentionally not included the more pastoral and popular publications: Paraclete (1967-1995), Enrichment Journal (1995-present), or Enrich: A Journal for Pentecostal Ministry.

[UPDATED MARCH 15, 2016]

12 thoughts on “Online Pentecostal Academic Journals

  1. Thank you for the list. Here’s another one for your consideration:

    Ethne:

    http://http.antsonline.org/articles.html

    Also, FYI, Here are three non-pentecostal specific sources:

    1. Global Missiology

    http://www.globalmissiology.org

    One of the published articles in the above is a mind-blowing list of online sources of free, open access articles on various subjects:

    2. Jaeger’s Massive List of Open-Access Internet Sources

    http://ojs.globalmissiology.org/index.php/english/article/view/210

    The above list includes major subject headings such as Religion, Leadership, English Second Language, Library, etc. This is massive – don’t miss it. It was done by Dr. John Jaeger – Dallas Baptist University.

    3. Directory of Open-Access Journals

    http://doaj.org

    This major site includes publication in languages other than English, which could be useful in some global ed contexts.

    * * *

    I am seeking to compile a list of best open-source (i.e., free and distributable) articles for developing world Bible college students. Any ideas or leads?

      • Rick,

        First, may God direct and empower your teaching this seminar. Praying for you.

        2nd.

        > Yes, the sitehttp://www.biblicalstudies.org.uk/ offers one of the largest collections of open access resources related to the Bible and theology that I have found. >

        Do you know the administrator, Rob Bradshaw?

        Rob Bradshaw @RobBradshaw

        I have communicated with Rob. Rob has indicated he would be willing to incorporate contents of pentecostal journals into his collection if/when WAPTE posts them. Perhaps as a separate Pentecostal section, not sure. I think making his site a central clearing house is a good idea. Would still be posted on WAPTE. Not an either/or. I’ll send you my email corr. with him separately.

  2. I’d certainly be willing to host (i.e. mirror) these journals and provide a full table of contents, but at least Pentecostal Journal has now signed up with an academic publishing company, so its new content is restricted. I am waiting to hear if I can host the older material.

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