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1. ACLS Humanities E-Book : ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is a digital collection of over 5,400 seminal books in the humanities and related social sciences. These titles are presented in collaboration with more than 120 publishers and Michigan Publishing. Books in the HEB collection have been recommended and reviewed by scholars and constituent learned societies of the American Council of Learned Societies. (Access provided by Global Digital Theological Library)
2. Aquinas Institute : This database contains English translations of all of Aquinas’ works with the original Latin beside the English text. It is a comprehensive set of the complete works of Aquinas in English and Latin.
3. Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) : Research data on American Religion
4. Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne – BiBIL : This is a free biblical database, maintained by the University of Lausanne, catalogs journal articles from many of the leading academic journals dealing with biblical studies. This database is valuable because it allows you to search by categories (of which it has quite a few), which can be helpful when beginning your research on a specific topic. NOTE: This does not have full text versions of articles but you can find the journals in our catalog.
5. Biblical Studies on the Web : The BSW research Center includes studies and sharing of biblical theology by the BSW community, the electronic version of established biblical journals (Biblica and Filología Neotestamentaria), and a Scriptural Index of biblical commentaries on the web and index of biblical tools.
6. Bibliography of the Arabic Bible: A Classified and Annotated History of Scholarship : In this research tool, we seek to provide a comprehensive and fully annotated bibliography of text editions and research in the field of Arabic Bible. Historical translations of the Bible into Arabic comprise countless manuscripts and fragments from the medieval period found in monasteries throughout the Middle East and libraries across the globe, as well as early and recent prints produced in Europe and in Arabic-speaking lands. These translations were made by Jews, Christians, and Samaritans, and were also used by Muslims in their discussions with members of the other Abrahamic religions. Arabic versions of the Bible were also translated from biblical materials in many different source languages, including Hebrew, Aramaic (Jewish Aramaic and Syriac), Latin, Greek, Coptic.
7. BILDI (Documentation for Biblical Literature Innsbruck) : Very similar to BiBIL, this database, operated by the Univeristät Innsbruck’s Biblical Studies and Theology and it’s Catholic Theology departments, allows search queries from many of the top journals. This database is helpful because it is limited to biblical studies and catalogs many smaller journals not found in JSTOR or ProQuest. NOTE: This does not have full text versions.
8. Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) : The mission of the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) is to build up the church by making classic Christian literature widely available and promoting its use for edification and study by interested Christians, seekers and scholars. The CCEL accomplishes this by selecting, collecting, distributing, and promoting valuable literature through the World Wide Web and other media.
8. Corpus Thomisticum : This unparalleled database offers a fully searchable index to the complete set of writings by Thomas Aquinas. This database allows for sophisticated advancing research of related terms and concepts. Primary source research on St. Aquinas should begin here. The database offers searching in 14 different languages, including all major European languages
9. Credo Academic Core General Reference : With regular updates, this Collection includes over 650 titles with particular emphasis on subject encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, and reference handbooks. Also included are over 1,000 short reference videos, nearly 300,000 high-resolution art images, and thousands of additional images across all subject areas. Subject coverage is especially diverse and equipped to address all key disciplines (Access provided by Global Digital Theological Library).
10. CST Audio Archive : The CST Audio Archive preserves lectures, panel discussions, conferences, sermons, and chapel services that were recorded at CST (then the School of Theology at Claremont) from the 1960s to the 90s. Speakers include many of the school’s faculty, deans, and presidents, as well as nationally and internationally prominent names in scholarship, theology, ministry, and pastoral counseling.
11. Daily Dose of Greek : This website is an effort to provide ongoing accountability to busy pastors to read Greek daily and progress in their ability.
12. Database of Religious History : The world’s first comprehensive online quantitative and qualitative encyclopedia of religious cultural history.
13. Digital Catholica Collection : The project from Villanova University plans to make available digital content of Catholic materials including books, journals, papers, and manuscripts dealing with the Roman Catholic church in general, and in particular works created or published in the Americas. This collection is particularly helpful for the study of Catholicism in America.
14. Digital Vatican Library : DigiVatLib is a digital library service. It provides free access to the Vatican Library’s digitized collections: manuscripts, incunabula, archival materials and inventories as well as graphic materials, coins and medals, printed materials (special projects).
15. Globethics.net Library : The largest online digital library on applied ethics and theology for free.