DICTIONARIES / ENCYCLOPEDIAS

Some of the titles available in the Adelaide Theological Library Reference collection:

  • Cambridge dictionary of Christian theology, 2011 [230.03 C178.M]
  • Dictionary of Third World theologies, 2000 [230.03 D554.F]
  • Global dictionary of theology : a resource for the worldwide church, 2008 [230.03 G562]
  • Essential theological terms, 2005 [230.03 G643e]
  • A concise dictionary of theology, 2000 Rev & Expanded ed [230.03 O17c.P.R]
  • Thiselton Companion to Christian Theology 2015 (eBook)
  • Pocket Dictionary of Theological Terms 1999 (eBook)
  • Evangelical Dictionary of Theology 3rd edition 2017 (eBook)
  • Jesus in history thought and culture: an encyclopedia, 2003 [232 H838j]
  • Encyclopedia of the historical Jesus , 2008 [232 E56]
  • Baker encyclopedia of Christian apologetics, 1998 [239.03 G313b]

BOOKS

Browse the shelves in Adelaide Theological Library at the following locations for books about:

  • 230 – Christian theology
  • 230.01 – Philosophy
  • 230.041 – Biblical Theology
  • 230.044 – Protestant Theology
  • 230.873 – Uniting Church
  • 231 – God
  • 231.044 – Trinity
  • 231.3 – Holy Spirit
  • 232 – Jesus Christ
  • 233 – Humankind
  • 233.11 – Creation
  • 234 – Salvation and grace
  • 234.16 – Sacraments
  • 236 – Eschatology
  • 238 – Creeds, Confessions of faith

Proquest eBook Collection click here
EBSCO eBook Collection click here

ARTICLES / DATABASES

EBSCOhost Database This index is an essential resource. Indexed journals are selected for inclusion according to their scholarly merit and scope.

Australasian Religion Index: is an author and subject index covering over eighty religious and theological serials published in Australia or New Zealand and representing all religious traditions.

Informit Education database: A collection of 9 index, abstract and full-text databases covering education, business, families and society, health, indigenous culture, humanities, literature and culture. The database focuses on content from and about Australia with some New Zealand and Asia Pacific content.

OPEN ACCESS RESOURCES

Databases:

Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism (GlobeTheoLib) is a multilingual online library offering access free of charge to full-text articles, journals, books and other resources on theology, intercultural and interreligious dialogue, ethics, and ecumenism in World Christianity. Participants also have the possibility to contribute their own documents to the library.

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.

Oxford Index: A free discovery service, the Oxford Index lets you search across Oxford’s digital academic content with a single click, and find related content every step of the way.

Sharing the word: Full text open source theological library resources freely available through the Internet. It is specifically intended to assist seminarians, theology students, clergy and pastoral workers.

Dictionaries / Encyclopaedias

DICTIONARIES / ENCYCLOPEDIAS

Some of the titles available in the Adelaide Theological Library Reference collection:

  • Cambridge dictionary of Christian theology, 2011 [230.03 C178.M]
  • Dictionary of Third World theologies, 2000 [230.03 D554.F]
  • Global dictionary of theology : a resource for the worldwide church, 2008 [230.03 G562]
  • Essential theological terms, 2005 [230.03 G643e]
  • A concise dictionary of theology, 2000 Rev & Expanded ed [230.03 O17c.P.R]
  • Thiselton Companion to Christian Theology 2015 (eBook)
  • Pocket Dictionary of Theological Terms 1999 (eBook)
  • Evangelical Dictionary of Theology 3rd edition 2017 (eBook)
  • Jesus in history thought and culture: an encyclopedia, 2003 [232 H838j]
  • Encyclopedia of the historical Jesus , 2008 [232 E56]
  • Baker encyclopedia of Christian apologetics, 1998 [239.03 G313b]
Books

BOOKS

Browse the shelves in Adelaide Theological Library at the following locations for books about:

  • 230 – Christian theology
  • 230.01 – Philosophy
  • 230.041 – Biblical Theology
  • 230.044 – Protestant Theology
  • 230.873 – Uniting Church
  • 231 – God
  • 231.044 – Trinity
  • 231.3 – Holy Spirit
  • 232 – Jesus Christ
  • 233 – Humankind
  • 233.11 – Creation
  • 234 – Salvation and grace
  • 234.16 – Sacraments
  • 236 – Eschatology
  • 238 – Creeds, Confessions of faith

Proquest eBook Collection click here
EBSCO eBook Collection click here

Journals
Articles / Databases

ARTICLES / DATABASES

EBSCOhost Database This index is an essential resource. Indexed journals are selected for inclusion according to their scholarly merit and scope.

Australasian Religion Index: is an author and subject index covering over eighty religious and theological serials published in Australia or New Zealand and representing all religious traditions.

Informit Education database: A collection of 9 index, abstract and full-text databases covering education, business, families and society, health, indigenous culture, humanities, literature and culture. The database focuses on content from and about Australia with some New Zealand and Asia Pacific content.

Open Access Resources

OPEN ACCESS RESOURCES

Databases:

Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism (GlobeTheoLib) is a multilingual online library offering access free of charge to full-text articles, journals, books and other resources on theology, intercultural and interreligious dialogue, ethics, and ecumenism in World Christianity. Participants also have the possibility to contribute their own documents to the library.

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines.

Oxford Index: A free discovery service, the Oxford Index lets you search across Oxford’s digital academic content with a single click, and find related content every step of the way.

Sharing the word: Full text open source theological library resources freely available through the Internet. It is specifically intended to assist seminarians, theology students, clergy and pastoral workers.