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
- Hope for a tender sprig: Jehoiachin in biblical theology by Matthew H. Patton. 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
Please take a moment to read the library’s rules and observations for our Computer Lab:
~Lab computers 5 – 8 have BibleWorks 10 installed.
~Lab computer 12 is in Korean with Korean characters on the keyboard.
~Do not unplug the monitor and use it for your own computer. This will damage the lab machine and may result in said computer being down for an undetermined length of time.
~Do not change the settings on the computer.
~Remember to take all of your belonging when you leave. If you forget something, you can check the Lost and Found at the Circulation Desk on the first floor.
~Do not shut down / turn off the computers. This prevents important updates from being implemented on the machine.
~Logging In/Out Issues – It has come to our attention that some of our patrons are not completely logging out of the lab machines, which may be causing issues with logging into another machine. Please make sure you log out of the computer, and not just walk away from it. Clicking out of the browser does not log you out of your session. To log off the computer once you are finished with your session:
– Right-click the Windows icon in the lower left-hand corner;
– Click “Sign Out” (you may need to click on your name).
Thank you for you time!
Please do not use the email address firstname.lastname@example.org for any library inquiries. This address is no longer valid and emails sent to this inbox will not be answered.
Use email@example.com for any general library questions you may have. We can redirect you to the appropriate department, if necessary.
Thank you for your time!
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Please note – the ProQuest eBook database, eBook Central, will be down for maintenance on Saturday, April 21 at 7pm. The downtime will last for 5 hours and eBooks on this platform will not be accessible. Thank you for your attention!
The Library is aware that our clocks are wrong. During Daylight Savings, when we sprung forward one hour, the wireless system we used completely shut down. This makes us unable to reset the clocks to the appropriate time, however, we have a new system on the way. We appreciate your patience in this matter!