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Church History (journal)

The American Society of Church History (ASCH) was founded in 1888 with the disciplines of Christian denominational and ecclesiastical history as its focus. Today the society's interests include the broad range of the critical scholarly perspectives, as applied to the history of Christianity and its relationship to surrounding cultures in all periods, locations and contexts. The society was founded by the classic church historian Philip Schaff.

The ASCH records are housed at the Presbyterian Historical Society in Philadelphia.

Contents

  • Church History 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Church History

Church History  
Discipline Church history
Peer-reviewed yes
Language English
Edited by Amanda Porterfield and John Corrigan
Publication details
Publisher
American Society of Church History (United States)
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 0009-6407 (print)
1755-2613 (web)
Links
  • Journal homepage

ASCH publishes the quarterly journal Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, which started in 1932.[1] The journal is edited by Amanda Porterfield and John Corrigan in the Religion Department at Florida State University.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.churchhistory.org/churchhistory.html

External links

  • ASCH official website
  • ASCH description, officers, and staff from the American Historical Association (AHA)
  • Back issue access — American Society of Church History Journal
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