I received an invitation yesterday from a Mr. Kevaughn Matthis from Trinidad, West Indies, to write a paper on Hebrews for his online journal on the perseverance of the saints, called Testamentum Imperium. I have never heard of this journal before, so I don't know if it worthwhile to write for it. He has gathered quite a group of international scholars, pastors etc. to write for it, but I only recognize a few names.
I did want to note, however, that a number of the articles deal with the Book of Hebrews:
Ron J. Bigalke, "Hebrews 7 and the Security of the Believer (Oath and Priesthood)."
Timothy J. Finney, "Hebrews 10.11-14 and the Security of the Believer."
Eric L. Peterman, "An Anchor for the Soul - Hebrews 6:13-20."
Two articles that are ready to be published this year are:
James Carlson, "The Irrevocable Nature of Salvation in Hebrews"
David M. Allen, "The Irrevocable Nature of Salvation: Evidences from the Book of Hebrews."
These articles will posted in volume 2.
I would be interested to know what you think about this site.
Update: I have decided to turn down the invitation to write for this journal. I do not think its academic reputation has been sufficiently established in the guild, and the fact that it has the explicit intention of supporting one doctrine, the perseverance of the saints--a doctrine I reject--makes its academic rigor suspect, and would not be well-regarded by the guild. He wouldn't have liked what I would have written anyway. :-)