By: Liberty University News Service
In less than a month, articles from the Liberty University Helms School of Government’s first peer-reviewed Journal of Statesmanship & Public Policy have garnered nearly 700 downloads and have been read throughout the United States, Europe, and around the globe.
The online exclusive contains nine research articles exploring topics such as capitalism and biblical ethics, biblical principles of government and criminal justice, the quest for stability in the Middle East, and more. It also features two book reviews and an analysis article.
“It was an honor to help develop our vision for the Liberty University Journal of Statesmanship & Public Policy and to see the first issue from conception to final product,” said Bess Blackburn, one of the three editors-in-chief and a graduate history student at Liberty. “This certainly was a team effort, and I am grateful to my colleagues and faculty advisors for their advice, perseverance, and desire to see this journal flourish.”
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