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The DTL is an expansive database in the studies of religion and theology. You can find over 600,00 ebooks, 60,000,000 full text articles, and 21,000 journals from over 150 databases. Looking for a dissertation? Use this database to access Proquest Dissertations and Theses and find millions of dissertations from 1743 to current day. Access to the DTL is restricted to matriculated students and current faculty.
Access to Atla Relgion Database with Atla Serials – Atla RDB & Atlas contain full-text of journal articles, book reviews, and ebooks in all fields of religion. Access to more than 350 major religion and theological journals.
Access to Academic Search Premier – A multi-disciplinary database of over 4600 full text journals.
JSTOR is a research database that provided access to over 12 million academic journals, articles, books and primary sources in 75 disciplines.
A vast library of over 2100 academic books from Oxford University Press in religion.
Provides scholarly texts and comprehensive reference tools for the study of the Bible and biblical history. What you will find: commentaries, concordances, lexicons, study bibles, images, maps, and more! Highlights of the collection include: the Encyclopedia of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Oxford Bible Atlas, New Oxford Annotated Bible, Encyclopedia of Archaeology in the Near East.
What you’ll find on Internet Archive – A diverse book collection with topics ranging from social justice to history from the 1920s-1990s. The Internet Archive offers free access to over 2.5 million digitized books that are in the public domain.
OADTL is comprised of over 190,000 ebooks and thousands of journals in religious studies. Content is ecumenical, global, and interreligious. Materials are available in multiple languages. Find databases such as Google Scholar, Open Access Theses & Dissertations, and the Directory of Open Access Journals.
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