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The Journal of Higher Criticism

Journal of Higher Criticism  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4) J. High. Crit.
Discipline Religious studies, literature
Language English
Edited by Darrell J. Doughty
Publication details
Publisher Institute for Higher Critical Studies (United States)
Publication history 1994-2003
Frequency Biannually
Indexing
ISSN 1075-7139
OCLC number 30121399
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  • Journal homepage
  • Online access

The Journal of Higher Criticism was a peer-reviewed academic journal covering issues "dealing with historical, literary, and history-of-religion issues from the perspective of higher criticism", published by the Institute for Higher Critical Studies. The editor-in-chief was Robert M. Price.[1]

In the introductory article, the editor criticized modern biblical scholarship as "a toothless tiger or worse yet, covert apologetics wearing the Esau-mask of criticism" and advocated a return to the "golden era of bold hypotheses and daring reconstructions associated with the great names of Baur and Tübingen".[2]

During the journal's first decade, it was sponsored by The Theological School at Drew University. The final issue (volume 10, no. 2) appeared in Fall, 2003.[1]

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