NTC has a Publications Department that takes care of the publications of the college. Following are the important publications that we publish:
Niyog is the College Annual published yearly by New Theological College. It contains glimpses of College life during the academic year as well as articles, poems, cartoons and other creative works. These are the works of students, staff, faculty, alumni and friends of the college.
NTC Herald is a quarterly newsletter of the college, which contains news about the college and various ministries related to us. Those who wish to receive a copy of the NTC Herald may kindly contact the Publications Office.
NTC has entered a new phase in its academic pursuit with its first-ever theological journal, Doon Theological Journal which was released on 28 February 2004. For NTC, which is comparatively a young institution, this is a significant achievement. The journal is published half-yearly in the month of March and September. The journal contains academic writings primarily from the members of the faculty of NTC and also the faculty of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Dehra Dun. While NTC owns this journal, we are glad to publish quality theological articles of other theological writers from India and overseas. While writers have the freedom to express their own views, it is expected that they be in agreement with the theological position of DTJ, which may be obtained from the Editor.
Doon Theological Journal is abstracted in Religious & Theological Abstracts, P. O. Box 215, Myerstown, PA17067, USA
There is evidently a need for a high quality song book that combines Hindi and English songs that are most commonly sung in churches. The idea of such a song book was birthed from the need NTC faced for a song book with hymns and choruses in Hindi and English that are conducive for worship in chapel services and Sunday worship. It was to fulfil that need NTC published "Songs of Praise." We are pleasantly surprised by the constant high demand for this book. We have published the sixth edition of "Songs of Praise" which has 1200 songs both in English and Hindi. This song book is available both in paperback and hardbound editions. Those who are interested in obtaining copies of this song book may kindly contact the Business Office, NTC.
In North India, Hindi is spoken as the mother tongue by over four hundred million people. The Church in the "Hindi Belt" is in dire need of quality publications in Biblical Studies, Theology, Church History and other related fields. Even basic Christian books in these fields are not available in Hindi. Hindi speaking pastors have no access to good commentaries or Bible dictionaries. For the Hindi speaking Church to become strong and mature in Christian faith, serious attention has to be given to the publication of good quality books in Hindi. From the beginning of our ministry NTC has had a great desire to see quality books published in Hindi. We have been praying for this for a long time. God gave the same burden to Dr. Timothy Tennent, Professor of Missions, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Dr. Tennent is an Adjunct Faculty member and a great friend of NTC. He is an author and editor, who has already published books on Indian Christian Theology.
We have so far translated - "An Introduction to Indian Church History" by C. B. Firth. The translation of "Yesu Das: Witness of a Convert", by Dr. Ravi Tiwari; "The History of Ecumenical Movement", by Snaitang; and "Master Plan of Evangelism" by R. Culmann is in its final stage and will be published very soon. The translation of "Introduction to Christian Theology", by Owen C. Thomas is also in progress. We have published an "English-Hindi Glossary" by Rev. Roji T. George which contains the contemporary theological terms in Hindi with its meaning.
You can place your order for these books through our website.
The Publications Department has plans to translate many more books into Hindi. We also plan to publish original works by the members of our faculty as well as other capable writers. We look forward to the help of God's people in this endeavour.