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Academic Twitter headerDo you have a manuscript of a professional or academic nature that you’d like to get published? Consider submitting it to our peer review process!

The peer review process is suited for smaller projects (e.g., a single book) by an individual author or a small team. It is similar to the peer reviewed process or "refereed" process used to publish professional or academic journals. It is especially well suited for producing a textbook from an existing manuscript.

When asked to describe his experience with this process, one of our authors, Dr. Andrew Steinmann, said:

“The peer review process for CPH academic publications is a flexible, responsive and very helpful procedure for prospective authors wishing to bring a well-polished study to completion and publication. The process is designed to be transparent in its operation and an aid to improving the final manuscript for publication. . . . I would recommend that scholars and others who have important research or similar work to share with the church and world consider publishing with CPH through the peer reviewed process.”

To find out more about this process and how to submit a proposal, visit our website: http://www.cph.org/peerreview


The following books were published through the peer review process:

In the Footsteps of Phoebe: A Complete History of the Deaconess Movement in The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod

Intermediate Biblical Hebrew: A Reference Grammar with Charts and Exercises

The Great Works of God: Genesis 1–15

Wilhelm Loehe

Religion and Resistance in Early Judaism: Greek Readings in 1 Maccabees and Josephus

The Real Luther: A Friar at Erfurt and Wittenberg

From Abraham to Paul: A Biblical Chronology

Lutheran Education: From Wittenberg to the Future

Friends of the Law: Luther’s Use of the Law for the Christian Life

Infant Baptism

The Great Works of God: Genesis 16–50

Faith and Act: The Survival of Medieval Ceremonies in the Lutheran Reformation

Walther’s Hymnal: Church Hymnbook for Evangelical Lutheran Congregations of the Unaltered Augsburg Confession

Divine Kingdom, Holy Order: The Political Writings of Martin Luther

The American Muhammad: Joseph Smith, Founder of Mormonism

I Am Not Afraid: Demon Possession and Spiritual Warfare

When Was Jesus Really Born?: Early Christianity, the Calendar, and the Life of Jesus

Prepare the Way of the Lord: An Introduction to the Old Testament

The Restoration of Creation in Christ: Essays in Honor of Dean O. Wenthe

Making the Case for Christianity: Responding to Modern Objections

The Christian Year of Grace: The Chief Parts of Scripture Explained in Questions and Answers

The Idea and Practice of a Christian University: A Lutheran Approach

And Coming Soon: Teaching the Faith at Home: What Does This Mean? How Is This Done?

Written by

Sarah Steiner

At CPH since 2009, Sarah Steiner was a production editor for the professional and academic book team. She worked on many academic titles, including coordinating the peer review books, and also helped out with Bible resource projects.

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