About the Journal

The Journal of the Evangelical Homiletics Society (JEHS) is a professional peer-reviewed international journal published twice a year and contains articles on homiletics, book reviews, and sermons.  Organized in 1997, the Evangelical Homiletics Society is an academic society established for the exchange of ideas related to the instruction of biblical preaching. The purpose of the Society is to advance the cause of biblical preaching through the promotion of a biblical-theological approach to preaching; to increase competence for teachers of preaching; to integrate the fields of communication, biblical studies, and theology; to make scholarly contributions to the field of homiletics.

Manuscripts: Though most articles and book reviews are assigned, submissions are welcome. (Sermon submissions will not be accepted.) They must be typed and double-spaced. All articles will be juried to determine suitability for publication. Please send articles to the General Editor, Scott M. Gibson, at editor@ehomiletics.org. Letters to the editor are also welcome. Those who have material of whatever kind accepted for publication must recognize it is always the editor’s prerogative to edit and shorten said material, if necessary.

For book reviews, guidelines are posted here. You may also contact our book review editor at bookreviews@ehomiletics.org.

Subscriptions and back issues: The Journal of the Evangelical Homiletics Society is published periodically by the Evangelical Homiletics Society. As of October 2018, the journal is publicly accessible for free.  For advertising information, please contact Scott M. Gibson, General Editor at editor@ehomiletics.org, Baylor University’s Truett Seminary One Bear Place #97126, Waco, TX 76798-7126.

Please note: Although the articles in The Journal of the Evangelical Homiletics Society reflect the general concerns of the Evangelical Homiletics Society, some details in the articles may not reflect the position of the Editorial Board.

Copyright is waived where reproduction of material from this is required for classroom use by students. Advertisements included in this do not necessarily reflect the views of the Evangelical Homiletics Society. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject advertisements that it considers to be out harmony with the purpose and doctrinal basis of the Society.