BAHN publishes an annual journal, the Brethren Historical Review, which carries history articles, book reviews, and the occasional obituary.

The current issue contains:

  • Donald Tinder, ‘Movements Like the Brethren: Denominationalism  and the Rise of Nondenominationalism
  • Max S. Weremchuk, ‘Dating Darby’s The Notion of a Clergyman’
  • Timothy C.F. Stunt, ‘Some Late Nineteenth-Century Military Brethren’
  • D.. H. Akenson, ‘Counting the People with No Name. The Uses and Limits of the US Censuses’
  •  Branko Bjelajac, ‘James William Wiles (1877–1950):  Serving the Bible in Serbia and Southeast Europe’
  •  Michael Schneider, ‘New Writing on Brethren History’

Read Previous Articles

A number of articles from previous issues of the Brethren Historical Review archive are available here.

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You can subscribe to the journal and the Studies in Brethren History books by downloading a subscription form here. A subscription also enrolls you as a member of BAHN.