05 June, 2019


Below are a list of great magazines, journals and periodicals on Reformed teaching that are well worth subscribing to. In no particular order, they are as follows:

The Covenant Reformed News

The Covenant Reformed News is a ***free*** monthly periodical (in its twentieth year of publication) dealing with biblical and theological subjects. Some 350 issues have been produced and sent to people in all the six continents of the world. (The News is also distributed by various churches in the US, Canada and the Philippines, plus Italian and Hungarian translations go out each month by e-mail.)

If you would like to receive the News free each month by e-mail or post (if in the British Isles), please contact Rev. Angus Stewart by e-mail (pastor@cprc.co.uk) or by phone (028 25 891851) or write to:

Rev. Angus Stewart
7 Lislunnan Road
Kells, Ballymena
County Antrim
BT42 3NR
Northern Ireland

For more information, see the following page:


The Protestant Reformed Theological Journal

The PRTJ is the theological journal of the Protestant Reformed Theological School. It contains theological articles by the faculty, ministers, seminarians, and guest writers, as well as a very informative section of book reviews.

The Journal is published twice annually and is ***free*** to subscribers.

Contact the editor Prof. Ronald Cammenga (cammenga@prca.org) for more information


The British Reformed Journal

The British Reformed Journal (BRJ) is the publication of the British Reformed Fellowship, usually with contribution from members, and currently published biannually. It contains doctrinal articles aimed at the propagation of the Reformed faith throughout the British Isles, Europe and abroad.

If you are interested in subscribing, please click HERE.


The Standard Bearer

The Standard Bearer is North America’s oldest continuously published subscriber-based Reformed magazine.

If you are interested in subscribing, please click HERE.


Salt Shakers

Salt Shakers is a bi-monthly magazine published by the youth in Covenant Evangelical Reformed Church in Singapore. Included in each issue are writings pertaining to both Reformed doctrine and practical theology. Articles are contributed by the Session, youth and members of CERC, as well as pastors and professors from the Protestant Reformed Churches in the USA and Northern Ireland. Salt Shakers also features articles from other Reformed publications, notably the Standard Bearer and Beacon Lights.

For more information, see https://www.cerc.org.sg/ss_home.php



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