Books for Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month by checking out some of our new titles!

 

MLK Jr. Books for January

Happy Martin Luther King Day!

New books for December

Merry Christmas! For God so loved the world, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

 – John 3:16

New books for November

Happy Thanksgiving! Please see the following eBooks purchased recently for ECDs.

 

Books for October

Happy Fall quarter! Please check out  some of new books in the David Allan Hubbard Library.

 

Books for September

Happy Fall Quarter! Below is some of eBooks purchased for ECD and syllabi for fall quarter!

 

 

 

Books for June

Enjoy reading the following new books from the Hubbard Library.

Books for May, Continued…

We’ve purchased many books in German and Korean language.  Some of them are below:

Books for April, Continued

Happy Easter! Jesus says, “I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die.” – John 11:25-26

Books for March

Happy March! Here are some books regarding Christian missionaries. Enjoy!

 

Books about Martin Luther King, Jr.

Happy Martin Luther King Day!

Books for January, 2019

Happy New Year!

Books for September

Happy September!  Wishing you have a wonderful and productive quarter!

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Books for August

Happy August!

1standinginthebreach2portraints3covenantandcreation4theologicalapproach5seriouslydangeerous6oldtestament7holywar8oldtestament9imageofjoshua10hebrewbibleOT 11translatonstyle12arewenotmen13womanist14pentateuch15introductiontobiblicallaw16stepsto17hebrewsincontexts18divinepresence19micahcommentary

Books for July

Happy summer!

1Holyspiritandchristian2holyignorance3Hittintheprayerbones4spirittheaffections5spiritofpraise6Pentecostalism7pentecostalaesthetics8pnueumatlogy9asceticpneumatology10holyspiritinspiration12deeoerlook13pentecostalecclesiology14gospeloftheholyspirit15latinopentecostals16pentecostalismand17christianspiritual18sabbathexperiment

Books for May

Enjoy reading the books below!

1theology2bloodofchrist3understanding4oldtestament5signsandwonders6reinterpreting7post-traumatic8Johanninetheoloyg9theology of bookofisaiah10doctrineofhumanity11catholictheology12evangelicalpost13,Trinitarian15endoftheology16ohthatyou17futureofe18feminist

New Books for April, continued…

The following books are some we purchased in April for the William E. Pannell African American Church Studies Collection. When you visit the library, please take a look at the Pannell Collection on the third floor. You also can read many eBooks related to the subject.

 

1Blackchurch2Africananerican3toward4Religionofthefield5powerofunearned6brandnew7Beholdingchrist8holyghost9indigenous10womanist11Godgaveme12philosophy13black14pillar15aareligions16blackprint18urban19blackhuman21historyof

Books for April

Happy April! Hope you will enjoy some of the following books.

1Newperspectives2alcuintheology3fromtheology4evolutionoftime5Judithplaistow6exploringordinarytheology7tamilfolkmusic8introducingeasternorthodox9politicaltheology10kaleidoscope11IVPbiblebackground12Jewsandthebible13challengeofreceived14messageofjeremiah15fromlawtologos16readingjoshua17jonahtobit18Songofsongs19.Sirach

 

 

Books for March, continued…

Easter is around the corner!  May the hope and joy of Jesus’ Resurrection linger in our hearts forever. Have a blessed and meaningful Easter and enjoy reading some of the books about the Resurrection!

1atonement2translatingresurrection3christ's resurrection4resurrectionofthemessiah5resurrectofjesus6affirmingtheresurrection7resurrectionofthedead8bodilyresurrectionandethics9resurrectionthepower10givethemchrist11metamorphoses12fromresurrectiontonew13resurrectionandeschatology14realityoftheresurrection15resurrectionofjesus16raisedwithchrist17practiceresurrection18Jesusandthedemise

Books for February, continued

February is the month of love and Valentine’s Day. It reminds us of God’s love and of how we can share His love with others. Hopefully you are interested in some of the following books about love.

1wordmadelove2loveofgod3uncontrollinglove4fortheloveofallacreatures5weightoflove6embracngtheother7conceptofdivinelove8lovekindness9practicesoflove10oveinthegospel11politicalagape12toughestpeopletolove13youshalllove14faithfullguide15pannenbergonevillove16sociologyoflove17withintheloveofgod18lifelove

Books for February & Black History Month

 

Happy Black History Month! Once a year, we dedicate a month to celebrate the incredible accomplishments and contributions of black Americans. This is not only an opportunity to remember black achievement, but it’s also a great opportunity to read some good books!

 

 

1talkingbook2colorofchrist3raceatheological4longforjesus5africanabible6goddeliversme7isgodcolour8methdologiesofblack9blackmegachurch10genesisoflibreration12biblicalstudies13africanamerican14plantationchurch15politicalinthepews16divinecalling18nativeapostles

 

New Books in December, Continued…

Happy December!  We wish you and yours have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 

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David Allan Hubbard Library – Fall 2021 Guidelines

In preparation for fall 2021 quarter and to welcome new and returning students to campus, the following guidelines are in effect for the David Allan Hubbard Library:

  • – For fall 2021, Library hours will mirror those of Welcome Center, with additional hours on Saturday (Library only). These hours are as follows: Mon – Thur [9am – 5pm] Fri [9am – 12pm] Sat [1pm – 4pm]
  • – Patrons must complete a symptom check each day they visit campus, before entering any building, including the Library.
  • – Masks are still required for entry and throughout the duration of a patron’s visit. Unmasked individuals will be asked to wear a mask indoors, and they may be asked to leave if they refuse to comply with this guideline.
  • – Entry to the library and library study spaces are limited to current Fuller Theological Seminary students, faculty, and staff at this time. We may allow additional patrons in early 2022.
  • – Socially distant book return is still available through the book return outside the front library doors.

If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to contact lib-info@fuller.edu.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Books Are On The Move!

Dear Hubbard Library Patrons,

The library is in the process of shifting around books in our building. Currently, we are moving the Reference Books (formerly located in the DePree Reading Room) into the Weyerhaeuser Reading Room. Our Pannell Center and Centro Latino books will then be moved into the DePree Reading Room on the first floor.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about an item’s location. Thank you for your patience in this matter!

Sincerely,

Daniell Whittington, Executive Director of the Library

ProQuest Ebooks Scheduled Service on June 26th, 2021

During planned maintenance, ProQuest Ebooks will be unavailable from

Saturday, June 26th 2021 07:00 am until June 26th 2021 3:00 pm (PDT).

Click this link to see what time the maintenance will occur in your region. 

You can learn more about this scheduled maintenance and get tips for preparation on ProQuest support page.

If the maintenance ends early, access will be restored sooner. You can stay up to date with progress by visiting ProQuest Systems Status page.

ProQuest Ebooks will be unavailable from Saturday, June 26th 2021 07:00 am until Saturday, June 26th 2021 3:00 pm PDT.

 

Masks Required While in Library and On Campus

Hello Fuller Library Patrons!

This is a reminder that while inside any Fuller Theological Seminary building, including the library, masks are required at all times. Even if you are socially distancing or studying alone, please continue to wear a mask. This is in reference to Cal/OSHA’s requirements for face coverings to continue to be worn in public workspaces.

Feel free to contact lib-info@fuller.edu for additional questions.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter!

Congratulations Class of 2021

Congratulations on your achievement and well-deserved success!
Build upon what you have learned and do what you can do best.
We’re rooting for all of you!

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앞날을 축복합니다! 졸업을 축하드립니다.

¡Felicidades por su logro y su bien merecido éxito!
Basese en lo que ha aprendido y haga lo que puede hacer mejor.
¡Estamos alentando a todos!