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The Interdisciplinary Journal on Biblical Authority (IJOBA) exists to provide a platform for Christian thinkers to articulate the biblical worldview concerning issues in their chosen discipline as well as to evaluate trends and topics within that discipline using the biblical worldview. Its articles and reviews are intended to encourage Christian thinkers in their chosen fields to remain faithful to Christ and the biblical worldview.
Dr. Mike Dodds
Director of CU Press
Dr. Tommy Ice
Editor, Interdisciplinary Journal on Biblical Authority
Interdisciplinary Journal on Biblical Authority (IJOBA)
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