Trinity Publications


Did you know? Trinity International University has 4 campuses (Deerfield, South Chicago, Florida, California) and 4 schools (liberal arts college, graduate school, divinity school, law school). As a whole institution, Trinity also has 4 regularly-published periodicals: Trinity Digest, Trinity Magazine, Trinity Journal, and Trinity Law Review. Learn more about them.

Trinity Digest

 

The Trinity Digest is a publication designed, created and written by Communications and English/Communications students enrolled in the Prepracticum and Practicum courses at Trinity. The Digest contains articles about school events, professors and students, current issues, contemporary culture, and campus life in general – all written by students, with the occasional guest writer. The publication aims to inform students about relevant topics and provide some enjoyable reading while recording some highlights in the history of Trinity.

 

Trinity Magazine

Trinity Magazine is published twice a year, managed by the Office of Communication. It exists to tell Trinity’s stories, to serve Trinity alumni and friends, and to connect the Trinity community.

See the latest edition below:

 

 

Trinity Journal

The Trinity Journal has been in publication for over 30 years. It is a biannual, peer-reviewed academic journal published by Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. The journal’s audience includes biblical scholars, pastors, missionaries, theological students, and Bible college and seminary libraries in the US and in countries all over the world. Readers of the journal benefit from the book reviews and timely articles that address issues relevant to scholars and church leaders alike.

 

 

Trinity Law Review

Trinity Law Review is an entirely student-run journal that has published legal scholarship since its founding in 1980. The Law Review allows students to influence legal discourse and scholarship as students interact with the work of legal scholars through their contributions to this journal.

 

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