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ATLA Religion Database Serials Plus (EBSCOhost): ATLASerials PLUS has over 450 full-text journals in many diverse areas of religion and theology, with full-text content in 16 languages from more than 33 different countries. ATLAS PLUS includes all of the titles in ATLASerials and 130+ additional full-text titles. How To Use ATLA
ATLASerials Plus Video Tutorial: A video overview of key resources available to the Wartburg Theological Seminary through the Reu Memorial Library is embedded above with a link to the transcript provided.
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
Encyclopedia of Martin Luther and the Reformation: a comprehensive global study of the life and work of Martin Luther and the movements that followed him—in history and through today. The work also discusses Luther’s controversies and topics such as gender, sexuality, and race.
Gale Databases: Has a number of databases to search including Academic OneFile, Diversity Studies Collection, Fine Arts and Music Collection, and Gender Studies Collection. Also includes Books & Authors and Chilton Library.
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.
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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