Baylor University Press is the academic book publishing arm of Baylor University. Established in 1897, Baylor University Press publishes around forty new academic titles each year. The Press publishes technical scholarship for researchers, tools for teachers, and textbooks for students. All Press publications under our primary academic imprint enjoy rigorous peer review and project development. 

The list focuses on scriptural, historical, and theological studies of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Press publications also investigate the relationship between religion and politics, the sciences, sociology, anthropology, literature, philosophy, history, and culture. An active member of the Association of University Presses, Baylor University Press joins with academic presses worldwide in the belief that ideas matter, that publishing is more than disseminating information, and that books are sustained acts of wisdom.