What Our Readers Are Saying About JIS

“Congrats on creating a much needed excellent journal.”
Jack T. Hanford, Ferris State University

“The current journal came out very nicely. A lot of interesting articles are in there. I plan on reading them all.”
Corine Sutherland, Golden West College

“I admire your hard work over the years in establishing IIR and JIS; you were certainly breaking ground long before the interdisciplinary studies movement was fully appreciated in academia.”
Joshua Reichard, Oxford Graduate School, Tennessee

“I just got the JIS subscription renewed at our Bellevue University Library.  Congratulations on another great Volume. You do outstanding work.”
Judd W. Patton, Bellevue University

“Many thanks to you, JIS referees, and the JIS board, for such fine and careful work and for the clarity of your purpose and mission.”
Bruce N. Lundberg, Colorado State University-Pueblo

“With great admiration of your work!”
Charles Taliaferro, St. Olaf College

“May your fine work for truth, liberty, and common sense continue to be well-blessed, and well-received as you address some of the most pressing issues of our time.”
Brian Byrd, Seigakuin University, Japan

“Thank you for all your wonderful and blessed work.”
Monica D. Merutiu, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania

“In a postmodern world in which there are no mental/spiritual constants & all meaning is a social construct–thank God for IIR!
Gilbert R. Prost, Anthropologist-Linguist, Gainesville, Florida

“Thanks for your extraordinary Journal!
John P. Hittinger, University of St. Thomas-Houston

“Enjoying this 2016 issue of JIS–passing along a couple of articles & distributing Brooks’ list of 15 character qualities to my staff. Blessings.
Jeff Myers, President, Summit Ministries, Colorado

“I want to commend you on the fine work you are doing with JIS!”
John F. Kilner, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

“I found your journal and decided that I would very much like to subscribe.  Rational, deep thought is dying in our country, especially among students, but people and organizations and publications like yourself are pushing back against the tide of ignorance.  You are to be greatly commended for your work. May God richly bless you! Ad maiorem Dei gloriam,
Lydia Smith, Walsh University student

Why JIS?

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