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Credo Reference: Reference tool that includes a section on Religion and Theology.
EBSCOhost: Offers a variety of proprietary full-text databases and popular databases. Its major resources include Academic Search Premier, Newspaper Source, Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia, Business Source Elite, Health Source, ERIC and ATLA Religion database. How To Use EBSCOhost
EBSCOhost mobile: EBSCOhost Mobile has the following features available: Basic Searching, HTML and PDF Full Text, Search Modes, Limiters, Image Quick View, Image Collection, Emailing Articles, Preferences, Multi-database Searching. Designed to work with most mobile devices that can access the internet. How To Use EBSCO Mobile
Gale Databases: Provides full text articles from several topics, ranging from Agriculture to World History, including a collection on Religion and Philosophy.
Loehe Bibliography: Includes Reu Memorial Library’s collection of Loehe books found in the circulation, rare book, archive collections. This bibliography contains books/periodicals written about Loehe and some written by Loehe.
Luther’s Works: Online full-text version of Luther’s Works. Click on Search to get advanced search options.
Additional Resources from Abingdon: For Abingdon New Testament and Old Testament Commentaries, click on ‘Biblical Commentary’ then ‘New Testament.’ For Interpreting Biblical Texts series, click on ‘Biblical Studies’ then ‘Jesus, the Gospels & Acts.’ These are the resources recommended by our New Testament professor for students in our New Testament courses. [internet]
New Testament Abstracts: Includes abstracts of thousands of articles and book notices published in the New Testament Abstracts from 1985 through the current year.[internet]
Old Testament Abstracts: Covers about 300 journals offering some 1,500 abstracts of articles on all phases of Old Testament scholarship. [internet]
Bibleworks:Access BibleWorks 9.0 in the library computer lab. Here is a list of the modules we have available: Basic Hebrew for Bible Study, by Mark Futato; Beginning Biblical Hebrew, by Mark Futato; BibleWorks Paradigms;Commentary on the Bible, by Matthew Henry; Enchridion, MacDonald; Grammar of the Greek NT, Davis; Grammar of LXX Greek, Coneybeare and Stock; Greek New Testament, by Tischendorf;Hebrew Grammar, Gesenius; Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, by Waltke and O’Connor; Moods and Tenses of NT Greek, by Ernest Dewitt Burton; Old Testament Quotations in the NT , Archer & Chirichigno;Primer of Biblical Greek, Croy; TEXTKRITIK des Neuen Testaments, Gregory; Textual Commentary on the Greek NT, Metzger.Bibleworks Helpful Hints: Bible Works 9 brochure BibleWorks Abbreviations
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Moodle: Access the Wartburg Moodle page. If you need any assistance with Moodle, email Moodle support.