This is just a note that the PaperCut system on the first floor (DePree Room) will be removed on Friday, June 29th. There will be one PaperCut system remaining on the second floor in the Computer Lab. However, this one will be removed before the fall 2018 quarter. We advise that you don’t add any more money to your PaperCut account, unless you know that you will use all of it before September 2018.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Please be aware that there will be a scheduled downtime for the services listed below from Friday, June 15 at 10pm to Saturday, June 16 at 1am.
Connexion, FirstSearch, WorldCat Discovery, WorldCat Local, WorldCat.org, WorldCat knowledge base, ILL, Article Exchange.
Thank you for your patience in this matter and have a great day!
Enjoying reading and have a great summer!
1.The biblical tour of hell by Matthew Ryan. Hauge. Amazon page
- The Biblical view of man by Leo Adler, Daniel R. Schwartz, Shimon Gesundheit. Amazon page
- Hidden but now revealed: a biblical theology of mystery by G. K. Beale, Benjamin L. Gladd. Amazon page
- Hope for a tender sprig: Jehoiachin in biblical theology by Matthew H. Patton. Amazon page
- Using the Bible in practical theology: historical and contemporary perspectives by Zoë. Bennett. Amazon page
- In God’s image: myth, theology, and law in classical Judaism by Yair Lorberbaum. Amazon page
- God, his servant, and the nations in Isaiah 42:1-9: biblical theological reflections after Brevard S. Childs and Hans Hübner by Frederik Poulsen. Amazon page
- From the depths of despair to the promise of presence: a rhetorical reading of the book of Joel by Joel Barker. Amazon page
- Death in second-century Christian thought: the meaning of death in earliest Christianity by Jeremiah Mutie (Author.)
- A new heaven and a new earth: reclaiming biblical eschatology by J. Richard Middleton. Amazon page
- The sacredness of human life: why an ancient Biblical vision is key to the world’s future by David P. Gushee. Amazon page
- Religious stories we live by: narrative approaches in theology and religious studies by by Reinder Ruard Ganzevoort, Maaike de Haardt, Michael Scherer-Rath. Amazon page
- Reception History, Tradition and Biblical Interpretation: Gadamer and Jauss in Current Practice by by Robert. Evans. Amazon page
- The formation and significance of the Christian biblical canon: a study in text, ritual and interpretation by Tomas Bokedal. Amazon page
- Devotion and commandment: the faith of Abraham in the Hasidic imagination by Arthur Green. Amazon page
- Good news: the advent of salvation in the gospel of Luke by Darrin W. Snyder Belousek. Amazon page
The Hubbard Library will open late on Saturday, June 9 at 1pm due to Commencement. Thank you for your cooperation!
Guess what! In 1910, Charles Fuller graduated cum laude from Pomona College. Would you believe the future world-renowned radio evangelist had majored in chemistry??
He was also one of Pomona’s left-tackles! See if you can find him in his college football photos! He also earned a letter in the hammerthrow and shotput.
For President Labberton’s announcement about our campus move and the Future of Fuller, check out https://www.fuller.edu/future/
Fuller Library is excited to have our DeStress for Success event again during finals week! Check out our schedule below – more will be added soon!
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Tuesday- Friday, May 29- June 1: 7:30am – 11:00pm
Saturday, June 2: 9:00am – 11:00pm
Week 11 (Finals Week)
Monday – Friday, June 4 – 8: 7:30am – 11:00pm
Saturday, June 9: 9:00am – 5:00pm (return to normal hours)
Weeks 10 & 11:
Grab a quick snack from the Circulation Desk!
While supplies last.
Movie Corner (5/31-6/8)
Tuesday, June 5 – Free Lunch at Noon
The first 200 people will get their own Pink’s Hot Dog! Veggie dogs are available.
Fuller Library & Pink’s are teaming up to get you lunch! The first 200 people will get their own Pink’s Hot Dog; veggie dogs are available.
Due to a mandatory library staff meeting, the David Allan Hubbard Library will open late at 1pm on May 25.
Also, the library will be closed on Monday, May 28, in observance for Memorial Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 29 at 7:30am.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Enjoy reading the books below!
- Theology and California: Theological Refractions on California’s Culture by Fred. Sanders, Jason S. Sexto. Amazon page
- The blood of Christ in the theology of William Tyndale by Ralph S. Werrell. Amazon page
- Understanding religious pluralism: perspectives from religious studies and theology by Peter C. Phan, Jonathan Ray. Amazon page
- Old Testament Theology: a Thematic Approach by Robin. Routledge. Amazon page
- Signs & wonders: theology after modernity by Ellen T. Armour. Amazon page
- 6. Reinterpreting the Eucharist: Explorations in Feminist Theology and Ethics by Anne F. Elvey (Editor), Carol Hogan (Editor), Kim Power (Editor), Claire Renkin (Editor). Amazon page
- Post-traumatic public theology by Stephanie N. Arel (Editor.), Shelly. Rambo. Amazon page
- Johannine theology: the gospel, the Epistles and the Apocalypse by Paul A. Rainbow. Amazon page
- The theology of the Book of Isaiah by John Goldingay. Amazon page
- The doctrine of humanity in the theology of Reinhold Niebuhr by Kenneth Hamilton, Jane Barter Moulaison. Amazon page
- Catholic theology after Kierkegaard by Joshua Furnal. Amazon page
- Evangelical postcolonial conversations: global awakenings in theology and praxis by Kay Higuera Smith, Jayachitra Lalitha , L. Daniel Hawk. Amazon page
- Trinitarian ontology and Israel in Robert W. Jenson’s theology by Sang-hoon Lee. Amazon page
- The end of theology: shaping theology for the sake of mission by Jason S. Sexton (Editor.), Paul Weston (Editor.). Amazon page
- Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down! : the eschatological theology of third Isaiah (Isaiah 56-66). by Abraham Sung-Ho Oh. Amazon page
- The future of evangelical theology: soundings from the Asian American diaspora by Amos Yong. Amazon page
Feminist biblical studies in the twentieth century: scholarship and movement by Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza. Amazon page