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Who We Reach

Print circulation: 10,000

  • 50% seminary and graduate-level professors
  • 40% undergraduate Bible and religion professors
  • 10% graduate students and other subscribers

Didaktikos is mailed free of charge to theological faculty in the United States and Canada. Biblical and theological faculty who teach in other countries can enroll to read Didaktikos online. Interested readers who do not teach in a qualifying field may subscribe to the journal.

Most readers are working professors at seminaries, theological graduate schools, and divinity schools; some teach in religion departments at the undergraduate level. The common bond is their commitment to serving the church through teaching in higher education.

Douglas Estes

Didaktikos is a new journal written by and for professors working in and around the areas of theology, biblical studies and Christian thought. Like its namesake, Didaktikos seeks to encourage us faculty to ‘teach well.’ With articles that focus on pedagogy, current areas of research, and advice on surviving in higher academia today, Didaktikos will give Christian faculty a word of encouragement and a forum for expression.”

Editor Douglas Estes, assistant professor of New Testament and practical theology; director of the doctor of ministry program at South University, Columbia (Columbia, South Carolina)

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