The Andover Review was launched because the Bibliotheca Sacra, the oldest journal of its kind in the country, moved to Oberlin College in 1884. This resulted in a new publication circulating as a religious and theological quarterly between 1884 and 1893; it was known for progressive and acute scholarship: The Andover Review. Its editors and contributors were primarily drawn from seminary faculty. The first volume of the journal opened with a statement of intent: “The Theological Purpose of the Review.“ Click here to read this document. To access the articles, click “Articles” above.



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