The 2005 JETS editorial highlights current issues in culture that ETS and JETS are addressing, namely the nature of truth and the claims about Jesus put forth in Dan Brown’s popular novel, The Da Vinci Code.
The 2004 JETS editorial reflects on the implications of the membership votes concerning Clark Pinnock and John Sanders.
The 2003 JETS speaks to the importance of reflecting on the legacy we leave. In life in general, including the ministry of scholarship, how will we be remembered. The purpose of this not to promote self-centered examination, but to evaluate whether we are investing our time and energy in meaningful scholarship that glorifies God.
The 2002 JETS editorial reflects on the importance of pursuing a robust, biblical worldview in light of the events of September 11th, and also looks ahead to promising prospects for the journal.
The 2001 JETS editorial reflects on the first changes to the JETS Instructions for Contributors in eleven years, with the editor offering some answers to the question, “What do you look for in an article?”