Mennonite Quarterly Review

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The Mennonite Quarterly Review
Type Quarterly Magazine
Format Magazine
Owner(s) Goshen College, the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary and the Mennonite Historical Society
Editor John D. Roth
Founded January, 1927
Headquarters Goshen, IN
ISSN 0025-9373
Official website

The Mennonite Quarterly Review (MQR) is an interdisciplinary review journal devoted to Anabaptist and Mennonite history, theology, and contemporary issues. Published continuously since its conception in 1927 by Harold S. Bender and the Mennonite Historical Society, the journal is now a cooperative publication along with Goshen College and the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary. As the first North American Journal for and about Mennonites, its older issues contain a wealth of historical materials about their life and theology. It includes articles on the Radical Reformation, Amish, Mennonites and Hutterites, as well as reviews of recent publications and research notes.

As of January 2004, the journal had a total circulation of over 1000 copies, with 870 paid subscriptions. The total circulation in 1956 was approximately 600.[1]

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  1. ^ Bender, Harold S. (1956). "Mennonite Quarterly Review". Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 2010-10-11.