Please join the Fuller Library for our online orientation session on Tuesday, September 19 at 10am. During this time, we will go over the library website, as well as an introduction to our resources. Click here to join at 10am, next Tuesday! (Link will be active on 9/19.)
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check the new books often when you have time. You may suggest the books you want through our Suggest A Book form as well. Happy reading!
- Jeremiah, Lamentations by Dean O. Wenthe, Thomas C. Oden. Amazon page
- Samaritans’ past and present: current studies by Menahem. Mor, Friedrich Vinzenz. Reiterer, Waltraud. Winkler. Amazon page
- Intertextuality in the second century by D. Jeffrey Bingham. Amazon page
- The stolen Bible: from tool of imperialism to African icon by Gerald O. West. Amazon page
- Franciscan virtue: spiritual growth and the virtues in Franciscan literature and instruction of the thirteenth century by Krijn Pansters. Amazon page
- ‘Who is this son of man?': The Latest Scholarship on a Puzzling Expression of the Historical Jesus by Larry W. Hurtado (Editor), Paul L. Owen (Editor). Amazon page
- Jonah: a handbook on the Hebrew text by W. Dennis Tucker Jr., W. Dennis. Tucker. Amazon page
- Encyclopedia of ancient Christianity by Angelo Di Berardino. Amazon page
- Franciscan Learning, Preaching and Mission, c. 1220-1650 : Cum scientia sit donum Dei, armatura ad defendendam sanctam fidem catholicam by Bert. Roest. Amazon page
- Job: understanding the bible commentary series by John D. Caputo. Amazon page
- The law of God: exploring God and civilization by Pieter Vos. Amazon page
- F.C. Baur’s synthesis of Bohme and Hegel: redefining Christian theology as a gnostic philosophy of religion by Corneliu C. Simuț. Amazon page
- Fundamentalism: prophecy and protest in the age of globalization by Torkel. Brekke. Amazon page
- Defining heresy: inquisition, theology, and papal policy in the time of Jacques Fournier by Irene Bueno. Amazon page
- Bonhoeffer’s theological formation: Berlin, Barth, and Protestant theology by Michael P. DeJonge. Amazon page
- Cultural conversions: unexpected consequences of Christian missionary encounters in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia by Heather J. Sharkey. Amazon page
- Pursuit : living fully in search of God’s presence by Scott Chrostek and Adam Hamilton. Amazon page
- Joshua Traditions and the Argument of Hebrews 3 and 4 by Bryan J. Whitfield. Amazon page
Fuller Library will be closed on Thursday, September 14 – Friday, September 15 for staff meetings on both days. We will reopen on Saturday, September 16th at 9am. We apologize for the inconvenience!
On Tuesday, September 5th, Fuller Library will be tearing down the current Circulation Desk to make way for the new one! In light of this, please be aware that the library will be LOUD all day. If you want to come to the library, bring your headphones or feel free to stop by on Wednesday, when most of the construction will be over. A temporary Circulation Desk will be in front of the portrait of Hubbard, directly across from the current desk. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Thank you for your understanding!
Fuller Library will be closed on Monday, September 4, in observance of Labor Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, September 5 at 7:30am. Thank you!
Just a reminder that the Fuller Library will be open until 11pm on Friday, September 1! Good luck on your finals, Fuller Seminary!
Unfortunately, ILLiad is still down. We are experiencing a drop in service due to our migration to an OCLC-hosted server. Please note that this service will be back before the start of the fall quarter.
In the meantime, we highly recommend use our Suggest a Book form to let us know what you’d like us to purchase! Please do not think your suggestion isn’t important enough to buy – if it is important to your studies, it is important to Fuller Library.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your patience and understanding!
Summer is almost over which also means that finals are near. Hopefully everyone studies hard but also enjoy the rest of the summer. Please check the new books as usual when you have time!
- The Book of the Twelve – One Book or Many? : Metz Conference Proceedings 5-7 November 2015 by Elena Di. Pede, Donatella. Scaiola. Amazon page
- The epistle to the Romans: a commentary on the Greek text by Richard N. Longenecker. Amazon page
- Leaving Christian Fundamentalism and the Reconstruction of Identity by Josie McSkimming. Amazon page
- Natural Theology Reconfigured: Confucian Axiology and American Pragmatism by Zhiqiu Xu. Amazon page
- The Church, Authority, and Foucault Imagining the Church as an Open Space of Freedom by Steven G. Ogden. Amazon page
- John’s Gospel as Witness The Development of the Early Christian Language of Faith by Alexander S. Jensen. Amazon page
- Jurgen Moltmann’s Ethics of Hope by Timothy Harvie. Amazon page
- Trusting others, trusting God : concepts of belief, faith and rationality by Sheela Pawar. Amazon page
- Nahum / Habakkuk / Zephaniah by Walter. Dietrich, Peter Altmann. Amazon page
- Death in Jewish Life : Burial and Mourning Customs Among Jews of Europe and Nearby Communities by Stefan C. Reif, Andreas. Lehnardt, Avriel. Bar-Levav. Amazon page
- Creation, covenant, and the beginnings of Judaism: reconceiving historical time in the Second Temple period by Ari. Mermelstein. Amazon page
- Exodus through the centuries by Scott M. Langston. Amazon page
- The Song of Songs: an introduction and commentary by Iain M. Duguid. Amazon page
- No ordinary angel: celestial spirits and Christian claims about Jesus by Susan R. Garrett. Amazon page
- Women’s divination in biblical literature: prophecy, necromancy, and other arts of knowledge by Esther J. Hamori. Amazon page
- Where the Gods Are: Spatial Dimensions of Anthropomorphism in the Biblical World by Mark S. Smith. Amazon page
- Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi by Anthony R. Petterson. Amazon page
- 2 Samuel by Robert Barron. Amazon page
Finals are approaching! It’s too dangerous to Google solo. Take a librarian with you!
Librarians are now available for Book-a-Librarian sessions.
Book-a-Librarian is an one on one 30-60 minute meeting with a librarian where we will help you find resources for your specific topic.
To book a librarian:
- Go to the library website library.fuller.edu.
- Click on Reservations link from the main page or click here.
- Click on Schedule a Reference Appointment under Book a Librarian.
- Choose available hours and tell us what research topic you need help with.
- Confirm appointment and you are set!
Be sure to stop by the library lobby during August 21-24 from 10:30am – Noon for some popcorn and lemonade – a nice summer treat!