First of all, what are theological journals?
Theological journals are periodicals that update you on biblical archaeology, theological debates, and any of the latest news in the world of Bible and theology.
In the Theological Journal Library, we’ve collected the most trusted journals into a bundle of 880 individual journals. With this amount of information, it can be difficult to find what you are looking for, but with these volumes in WORDsearch, it’s a snap.
After you’ve downloaded the journals, you’ll want to start by creating a collection so that all the journals will be in one place that you can easily search through.
To do this, go to Tools – Manage Collections, click New, and select the Periodicals category. Click Save As, name the collection, and it’s created.
Now, if you want to search a specific theory or are studying a verse and want to see if anything has been mentioned in the journals, you can quickly search. Open up the Cross-Reference Explorer, select the collection you created, and search the verse of theory. It will then show you where it’s mentioned in the journals.
Or you can choose one journal by opening it in the Study pane, and use the table of contents filter to see all the articles on a particular subject.
See these steps in action in the video below: