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!

1contemporaryissues2christianmysticism3hopeandthelonging4gamepeopleplay5christianmoral6spiritualcity7perpetuallyreforming8politicalaffections9apostlestoday10joyandhuman11karlbath12historyandcontemporary13handbookofflobal14somethingnew15thelogyandeconomics16lostknowledge17lurofthedarkside18theologyofmigration

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! 

1.bornofavirgin2christmansen3christianmysticism4krypticmodel5incarnatelord6messageoftheperson7christmastruce8Raceandpolitical9Religioninpublic10happinessandwisdom11theologyinasocialcontext12theologyshapedbysociety13heavensdeclare14theologyneed15Kirkegaard'skenotichristology16givennessfdesire17relationalpastor18onthewritingofNT

 

COVID-19 Resources Page Available

In an effort to help streamline and condense online resources available to the Hubbard Library patrons, we’ve created a page listing all of our services while our building is shut down due to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Library Resources and Support

This page is also located on the banner at the top of our website.

Please check back for updates to resources and video tutorials. Thank you for your patience in this matter!

Hubbard Library Print Books Unavailable Until Campus Reopening

The Hubbard Library strives to locate and purchase many of the required texts as eBooks for Fuller courses. However, digital options for institutions are not available for all books. As such, students may need to purchase the required books needed for their courses. Since the Library is closed, we are unable to deliver or set aside print books for pickup, scan entire books and place them on eReserves or send through email (this violates copyright law), or mail books outside the Library. This will be in effect until the Library and campus reopens.

If we are unable to purchase your text as an eBook, please check sites such as Amazon (i.e. Kindle books), Google Play, and Apple Books for the digital versions of your required books.

Send all potential eBook suggestions through our Suggest a Book form. For additional questions, please email lib-info@fuller.edu.

Thank you for your patience in this matter.

Hubbard Library – Due Date & Overdue Reminder Emails

Given the Fuller Theological Seminary campus shut down and California’s Stay at Home order, Hubbard Library is working on bulk changing due dates during said closure. All items with a due date during the closure will be reset to April 20 (or later depending on reopening).

If you have turned in your item(s) in the drop box outside the Library and you still receive a notice, don’t worry. Book check in during this time may take a bit longer than previously done.

If you get an overdue notice of a book already returned to the book drop or that was due during our closure, please let us know. We are currently working on extending all due dates until the library’s reopening.

Contact lib-info@fuller.edu if you have additional questions.

Student Service Team Update 3/24 – Library

The Hubbard Library remains committed to assisting our patrons during this time. Please read the following in regards to library services.
Due Dates During Closure

Items due during the closure may be given an extension until the campus reopens on Monday, April 20*. Email lib-info@fuller.edu or go to your library account to renew your books. You may also turn in your books to the book drop outside the Library, if it is needed. (*This date may be adjusted in the future.)

Scan on Demand

Fuller Seminary staff have been directed to stay off campus until early April and until then, only allowed for short periods of time. As such, we are unable to process any Scan on Demand requests until then. Fulfillment of requests, given the extreme time constraints, may take up to two weeks or more.

InterLibrary Loan and Books By Mail

A reminder that ILL is cancelled for the spring quarter. This means any print item requested that we cannot purchase as a digital copy will not be fulfilled. Articles and book chapter ILL requests from other institutions may not be fulfilled due to the limited number of participating libraries. Books by Mail is also cancelled for the spring quarter.

Electronic Services & Reference Librarians
For assistance in access issues, contact our electronic services team at lib-systems@fuller.edu. Research help is available to help students utilize our digital resources with our reference librarians. They can be reached at lib-reference@fuller.edu or you can schedule a virtual appointment with them here.

Transcripts for Winter ’20 and Spring ’20

In addition to the previously announced Pass/Fail: Changes for Winter and Options for Spring, all transcripts will be annotated to indicate that Winter ’20 and Spring ’20 grades reflect the seminary’s changes in Pass/Fail policy in response to the current public health emergency.  Learn More

Early Closure of the Hubbard Library TODAY 3/20 – 허바드 도서관 조기 폐쇄-오늘 3/20 – Cierre anticipado de la Biblioteca Hubbard – HOY 3/20

Due to the recent Executive Order by Governor Newsom regarding COVID-19, the Hubbard Library will close today at 1:00pm.
Items due at the end of the day today may be dropped off in the drop box outside the Library.
Thank you for your grace during this time.  If you have any questions, please email lib-info@fuller.edu.

뉴섬 캘리포니아 주지사의 COVID-19관련 행정명령에 따라 허바드 도서관은 오늘 오후 1시에 폐관합니다.

오늘까지 반납하셔야 하는 도서는 외부 반납함에 반납 해 주시기 바랍니다.
협조와 양해 감사드립니다. 문의사항은 lib-info@fuller.edu로 해 주시기 바랍니다.

Debido a la orden ejecutiva reciente del gobernador Newsom con respecto a COVID-19, la Biblioteca Hubbard cerrará hoy a la una (1pm).

Los artículos que se vencen hoy al final del día podrán ser dejados en el buzón afuera de la biblioteca.

Gracias por su gracia durante este tiempo. Si tiene preguntas, por favor envíenos un correo electrónico lib-info@fuller.edu.

Pass/Fail: Changes for Winter and Options for Spring
In addition to the previously announced Pass/Fail: Changes for Winter and Options for Spring, all transcripts will be annotated to indicate that Winter ’20 and Spring ’20 grades reflect the seminary’s changes in Pass/Fail policy in response to the current public health emergency.

Academic advisors and program advisors continue to be available to support students during these days of extraordinary change.  Please do not hesitate to reach out if there are any ways we can help.

Sincerely,

Daniell Whittington
Executive Director of the Library

 

COVID-19 | Updates to Library Hours & Transcripts for Winter and Spring 2020

Dear Fuller Seminary,

In light of our current extraordinary circumstances, we want to keep you apprised of of a few important updates:

Hubbard Library Hours
Please note that the Hubbard Library will close early at 7pm on Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20. Please procure all necessary items needed for Winter ’20 finals or Spring ’20 Quarter prior to closing.

 If you have any questions about this, please contact lib-info@fuller.edu.

 Pass/Fail: Changes for Winter and Options for Spring
In addition to the previously announced Pass/Fail: Changes for Winter and Options for Spring, all transcripts will be annotated to indicate that Winter ’20 and Spring ’20 grades reflect the seminary’s changes in Pass/Fail policy in response to the current public health emergency.

Academic advisors and program advisors continue to be available to support students during these days of extraordinary change.  Please do not hesitate to reach out if there are any ways we can help.

COVID-19 and Hubbard Library Closure – Changes in Services

As per the the mandate given by Dr. Labberton on March 17, the Hubbard Library will be closed starting Saturday, March 21 until Sunday, April 12*. As such, Hubbard Library has to make slight changes to the following services:

    • – Scan on Demand—Hubbard Library is temporarily lifting the distance restriction on Scan on Demand until April 12*. Requests for this service can be placed through the InterLibrary Loan form, located here. Be sure to select if your request is for an article or book chapter.  We still have to remain within copyright (15 percent of a work or less) and requests will be limited to three (3) per person, per week. Given our reduced staff, we are unable to permit more than three (3) requests and more than three (3) requests from a patron will be cancelled. Also, please allow longer than usual (4-5 business days) processing times for requests.
    • – Books by Mail—Hubbard Library is suspending this service until Sunday, April 12*.
    • – Books due during library closure—If you have a due date that is during the closure, you can turn in all your books to the book drop outside the Library. You may also extend your due dates through your Library Account. Click the orange “My Account” button on the top left-hand corner of the Library site. Then, click on your name and in the drop down menu, “My Account.” On this page, you can click on “Renew” on the items you want to keep longer. After the closure, books will be due at the end of day on Monday, April 13th. Course Reserves books kept during the break will continue to accrue fines which will not be waived. If you have any questions or concerns about due dates, please email lib-info@fuller.edu
    • – Course Reserves—Items in Course Reserves will not be available for checkout during the closure.
    • – Reference Librarians, Electronic Services, Circulation—Our team is available to be reached virtually should patrons have any issues in using eBooks and databases. We have a Resources Page on our website with many how-to’s and also in our Canvas course. For further assistance, patrons may contact our reference librarians at lib-reference@fuller.edu, our electronic resources team at lib-systems@fuller.edu, and our circulation team at lib-info@fuller.edu.

*This date may be changed in the future.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email lib-info@fuller.edu. Thank you for your patience in this matter and have a wonderful day!

Sincerely,
Daniell Whittington
Executive Director of the Library

COVID-19 Updates and Hubbard Library UPDATED 3/19

Good Afternoon Hubbard Library Patrons,

In light of recent recommendations by the CDC, local government, health institutions, and the recent announcement by Dr. Labberton on March 12, the Hubbard Library is implementing the following actions immediately in order to do our best to serve the Fuller community and its well-being:

  • – Library Hours: Library hours for Thursday and Friday, March 19 and 20, will be 9am – 7pm.
  • – Interterm/ Spring Break Hours: The library is closed beginning on March 21. As of right now we are reopening on April 13th but that won’t be fully confirmed until an update that is scheduled to happen by at least April 6th.
  • – Library Spaces: Library takes efforts towards wiping down doors, buttons, and workstations. Patrons can help by being vigilant in washing their hands prior to and after handling books and using computer stations.
  • – DeStress for Success: This event, which we look forward to hosting every finals season, is cancelled for the sake and health of our campus community.
  • – InterLibrary Loan (ILL): Physical items requests through ILL will be cancelled. We will attempt to locate and purchase digital copies of items within our academic scope, however, we will not process those only available in print. Article and book chapter requests will be fulfilled but requests for entire books or journals will be cancelled because we still need to remain within copyright permissions. Only 15 percent or two chapters, whichever is less, may be requested.
  • – Course Reserves: Students may need to purchase their print only required books in Course Reserves if a digital replacement by the instructor is not located.
  • – Guest Visitors, Alumni, SCATLA patrons, Archives researchers, Local Scholars, and Local Clergy: At this time, we must suspend access to these patrons into our Library. Only current students, faculty, staff, visiting scholars – are permitted. We may lift this restriction at the end of the month with careful consideration.
  • – Computer lab and other collaborative areas: We request that collaboration of groups be limited. Any collaborative space with more than 10 chairs will have extra chairs removed to allow for the recommended six feet (2 meters) of space. When the time comes, we will prevent access to group study rooms and cancel any reservations.
  • – Book return: We respectfully ask patrons return all of books via the book drop outside the library, if it is not necessary for you to enter. This also applies to Course Reserve books.
  • – Illnesses: To echo Dr. Labberton’s post, “individuals with a fever are prohibited from campus, and individuals with other COVID-19 related symptoms are strongly encouraged to stay home.”
  • – Help to access resources: Our team is available to be reached virtually should patrons have any issues in using eBooks and databases. We have a Resources Page on our website with many how-to’s and also in our Canvas course. For further assistance, patrons may contact our reference librarians at lib-reference@fuller.edu, our electronic resources team at lib-systems@fuller.edu, and our circulation team at lib-info@fuller.edu.

I want to end this post with encouragement from Psalm 59:16—”But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble.” Let us pray for God to grant us peace, strength, and courage for ourselves, community, and the world.

I personally thank you for reading this post and am grateful for your flexibility regarding the library during this time. As we move forward, we hope to continue to assist and help you throughout the Spring quarter and beyond. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at lib-admin@fuller.edu.

Respectfully,

Daniell Whittington
Executive Director of the Library