Archon is a database system that describes archival holdings held at Boston University School of Theology Library. It allows users to search using keywords, record groups, collection name, subject, creator, and digital content listing. It has the capability to link to digital objects. Users will find helpful information like collection descriptions, biographical notes, subject indexing, […]
Category: New Resources
Check out some of the new print and electronic resources at the School of Theology Library! Click on the link to view the catalog records of the new print books and e-books! Print Books The glory of God’s grace: deification according to St. Thomas Aquinas by Spezzano, Daria E. B765.T54 S64 2015 Studying religions with […]
Having trouble printing to the new MyPrint printer? Here is a four-step guide that will help explain the process of printing to the library’s public printer, from your own laptop or from any of the library’s computers. Guide to Using the School of Theology Library MyPrint Printer
The BU Law Library recently acquired HeinOnline’s Religion and the Law ebook collection. It includes “canon law, history of the church & state, religion & freedom, Jewish law, reformation period, early constitutions of the church, religion & politics, the Bible in public schools, and more.”
An online digital library containing nearly 250 unpublished, informally published and popular works by theologian John Howard Yoder is now available for scholars and students around the world. John Howard Yoder (1927-1997) was a prominent Mennonite theologian who introduced Anabaptist ideas into mainstream Christian theology. He served on the faculty of Goshen Biblical Seminary (1958-1959), […]
Some of the resources available through this trial subscription include: New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible Dictionary of Biblical Interpretation New Interpreter’s Bible Abingdon Old Testament Commentaries Abingdon New Testament Commentaries Dictionary of Liturgical Terms Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling Wesleyan Spiritual Reader Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary and many more. All resources are […]
Both BibleWorks (Windows) and Accordance (Mac) are now available in Room 209, the library’s electronic classroom. BibleWorks can be found on terminals in the second row and Accordance on the Macs in the last row. Both are intended to assist with Biblical research. Tutorials and help pages are available with each software package.
BibleWorks has been added to 4 computers in the second row of the electronic classroom (Room 209) and to the instructor’s computer in the first row. Come in and make use of this valuable resources for Biblical study. BibleWorks 9 is the premier original languages Bible software program for Biblical exegesis and research. It comes […]
The BU Libraries are pleased to announce that BU alumni now have increased access to many electronic resources including ebooks and full text journal articles. To access these resources, alumni should visit the Alumni Services webpage on the Library’s website. Databases now available to BU alumni include JSTOR, Project Muse, and EBSCO’s Business Source, among […]
A journal has made a name change and made itself available online: Contemporary Church History Quarterly (formerly ACCH Quarterly) provides “news, reviews, and commentary on German and European religious history in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries” and can be found at http://contemporarychurchhistory.org.