Every issue of the reactivated Criswell Theological Review has been both timely and engaging. They’ve done it again with the latest issue on war and peace.
Daryl Charles’s essay on Just War Theory is a helpful primer on both the biblical texts and the early fathers.
Richard Land’s applications of these principles to the situations in North Korea, Rwanda, and Darfur, was so fascinating that I read every word slowly. You can check it out here.
The consistent relevance of this journal and the impressive quality of its discussions force the conclusion that those who are not subscribed are only troubling themselves with the problem of having to access this journal through a library or some other means. You have to read it, and it’ll be so much easier to sign up and let them bring it to your doorstep.