Revista Biblica was founded in 1939 by Dr. John Straubinger as a subsidy “for the understanding of Sacred Scripture” because he was convinced of the irreplaceable place of the Word of God in the life of the Church, he wanted to make use of the instruments and the results of the nascent Biblical Science, to help the People of God to meet more and more with the riches of the bread of the Word.
Aims & Scope
Revista Biblia publishes original articles (preferably in Spanish or Portuguese) related to the biblical sciences, including research of a philological, literary, exegetical, historical or theological nature.
The publication of scientific research articles seeks to foster communication among scholars and to make the results of the biblical sciences available also to those who are not experts in the same field. It is also intended to reach pastors, theology graduates, students and teachers in colleges and universities.
The Journal is owned by the Asociación Bíblica Argentina (ABA), a civil association that brings together writers from this country and the region. The board of directors of the ABA appoints a Director and entrusts him with the direct management of the journal, the formation and coordination of an Editorial Board plus the annual report and consultation of the Advisory Board.
Revista Biblica publishes four issues a year, edited in two fascicles that appear in June (n.1-2) and December (n.3-4) respectively.
Open Access & Accessibility
The Journal’s articles and abstracts can be found in the ATLA Religion Database y DIALNET. Its articles are digitized and the full text can be downloaded -after one year of publication- from its own website (https://www.revistabiblica.com).
The Author grants Revista Biblica (RevBib) a license for use and transfers to it the “rights to the first publication” (printed and digital) and the various ways in which it can be disseminated through other media. The Author retains the “copyright” of the articles published in the journal, but may only use the same results in other publications, clearly indicating that Revista Bíblica is the source of the original publication, stating the exact reference.
Our preferred licence is the Creative Commons Attribution v4.0 International licence (CC BY-NC-SA)
Revista Biblica carries out preservation processes through the PKP PLN tool that allows preserving the Journal’s content regardless of where it is hosted. It uses the distributed preservation network model used by a LOCKSS Private Network supported by the organizational commitment of PKP partners and sponsors who are also members of the LOCKSS alliance. More information at https://pkp.sfu.ca/2016/08/08/pkp-lockss-pln-update/
Complementarily, the Journal’s issues and articles are stored on external hard drives and digital data storage (cloud storage).