Editorial Policy

At Biblical Chronology, we recognize the importance of producing content that is both accurate and illuminating. Our Editorial Policy aims to ensure that every piece published adheres to the highest standards of research, authenticity, and respect for the scriptures and their historical contexts. This comprehensive guide outlines the principles that underpin our approach to content creation, curation, and presentation.

1. Research and Authenticity:

  • Primary Sources: We prioritize referencing primary sources, including ancient manuscripts, archaeological findings, and canonical scriptures, to ensure the accuracy and credibility of our content.
  • Diverse Scholarly Inputs: Recognizing the multifaceted nature of biblical studies, we consult a broad spectrum of scholarly literature. This includes commentaries, peer-reviewed journals, and academic publications.
  • Continuous Updating: Biblical studies and archaeological research are dynamic fields. As new findings emerge, we commit to updating our content to reflect the most current understanding.

2. Clarity and Accessibility:

  • Structured Layout: Articles are designed with clear headings, sub-headings, and bullet points to facilitate easy navigation and understanding.
  • Simplified Language: While the subject matter can be intricate, we strive for clarity in our writing, ensuring that both experts and newcomers to biblical studies find value in our content.
  • Visual Aids: Where applicable, we use maps, charts, and illustrations to provide a visual representation of complex topics, making them more accessible.

3. Transparency and Objectivity:

  • Multiple Perspectives: In areas where scholarly consensus is lacking or where interpretations vary, we present multiple viewpoints, allowing readers to engage with diverse perspectives.
  • Source Citation: Every article includes a list of references, ensuring readers can trace the origin of information and delve deeper if they wish.
  • Feedback Loop: We value our readers’ insights and feedback. A comment and review system allows for scholarly discourse and helps us refine our content.

4. Respect and Sensitivity:

  • Interfaith Dialogue: While our primary focus is on Christian scriptures, we approach all religious texts with the utmost respect, recognizing the shared history and interconnectedness of Abrahamic faiths.
  • Avoidance of Bias: Our goal is to present biblical chronology in an objective manner, free from personal or denominational biases.

5. Collaborations and Peer Reviews:

  • Scholarly Collaboration: Periodically, we collaborate with scholars in the field of biblical studies to bring in-depth analyses and fresh perspectives.
  • Peer Review: Before publishing, articles undergo a peer-review process, ensuring they meet rigorous academic and editorial standards.

Our Editorial Policy is not just a guideline but a testament to our commitment to authenticity, clarity, and respect in biblical studies. At Biblical Chronology, we’re on a mission to make the complex tapestry of biblical timelines and histories accessible and engaging for all, and this policy is the foundation upon which we build.