Aletheias ("Of Truth") is the academic journal of Piedmont International University. Each issue consists of scholarly, researched articles in Biblical Studies, Theology, and Christian Ministry. It also includes reviews of notable and recently published books in these academic subjects. The editors consider the journal as part of the ministry of the University, serving believers in academic circles, churches and other ministries, and the public arena. The journal’s purposes are to inform, to encourage, to edify, and to instruct.

Volume 1, No. 1 - December 2012

  • Editorial (Barkev Trachian)
  • A Case for Unlimited Atonement (Hoyle Bowman)
  • A Brief Survey of the Christology of the Apocalypse (Larry Tyler)
  • Critiquing The God Delusion (Brian Wagner)
  • The Nature of Truth (Scott Anthony Smith)
  • Middle Knowledge and the Problem of Evil (Jacob Hollingsworth)
  • The Strategic Place of Hermeneutics in the Evangelical Feminist Debate (Wayne Willis)
  • A Tethered Bird (Jonathan Bolin)
  • Book Review: The Trellis and the Vine (Howard Wilburn)