To return books after (or before) office hours, please continue to
use the book drop at the south end of the teaching/admin building south of Grant Ave., near the glass door entrance. It is accessible from the south parking lot. The new Marpeck Commons book drop is not yet available.
Biblical Resources. Prepared by Mark Goodacre (University of
Birmingham). The site lists most online Bible research tools, including
online versions and translations.
Anabaptist Dictionary of the Bible. Intended to serve those in the Anabaptist traditions as well as to be a respectful conversation partner with those in other Christian traditions as authors give voice to an appreciatively critical Anabaptist perspective.
Biblica “Online partial edition.” Launched in 1998, this site includes a
General Index beginning with volume 71 (1990), summaries of articles
which have appeared in Biblica since 1990, and the complete
text of articles and short notes beginning with the year 1998.
Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Feature articles, book reviews
and short notices, collected essays and lists of books received
on all aspects of Catholic biblical history; published for members
of the Catholic Biblical Association.
Novum Testamentum Covers textual and literary criticism,
critical interpretation, theology and the historical and literary
background of the New Testament, as well as early Christian and
related Jewish literature
Biblical Association of America
Aims “to promote, within a context of faith, scholarly study in
Scripture and related fields by meetings of the association, publications,
and support to those engaged in such studies.”
Society of Biblical Literature
The mission of the SBL is “to stimulate the critical investigation
of biblical literature, together with other related literature,
by the exchange of scholarly research both in published form and
in public forum.”