The Hibbert Journal

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The Hibbert Journal was a large, quarterly magazine in softback book format, issued since 1902 by the Hibbert Trust, best described by its subtitle: A Quarterly Review of Religion, Theology and Philosophy. In the early years it was published by Williams and Norgate, 14 Henrietta Street, London, with the U.S. Agent being Sherman, French & Co,. 6 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. The subscription c. 1911 was" Ten Shillings per annum, post free."[1] It ceased publication in 1968.[2]

Editorial Board and Key Persons associated with the Journal

In its early years, The Hibbert Journal was edited by L. P. Jacks.[3] A number of eminent people contributed to the production of the Journal; Knights and Lords, professors, philosophers, senior clergy and academics:


  1. ^ "Hibbert Journal Vol IX, No.9, April 1911
  2. ^ Index to The Hibbert Journal 1902-1968, Lancelot Austin Garrard, Hibbert Trust, Hibbert Trust, 1987. ISBN 0-9507535-5-6
  3. ^ Josiah Royce, The Basic Writings of Josiah Royce: Logic, loyalty, and community Fordham University Press, 2005 ISBN 0-8232-2484-8, (p. 1218).

External links

  • Volumes 1-12 of The Hibbert Journal (electronic scans of first 36 issues)

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