Reformed Periodical Index 

How do I interpret the search results?

When you click on individual search results after you have entered search terms, you will see a view similar to the illustration below.  In addition to showing you the title of the article (e.g. "Knowing Jesus as Lord"), and the author (J. Roukema), there is other useful information:

  1. the "Publication" line next to the arrow in the illustration indicates the title of the magazine, as well as the volume and issue date.

  2. the "Details" tab (see the blue box in the illustration below) can be clicked on to tell you what page you can find the article on.

In the example below, the subject of the article is John 20:28. Chapters of Bible books are always shown in Roman numerals.

Now you are ready to find an online or printed copy of the article.  You can try some of the websites listed in the section below.

Where can I find the articles that are indexed?

The Reformed Periodical Index is not full-text, so you will need to find the article in print or online to read it. The following websites are good places to find some of the articles:   


Reformed Perspective:

Lux Mundi: