The David Worley Library is located on the first floor of Austin Grad and currently has 30,000 items in its collection. The collection is highly specialized, with a focus on biblical studies, theology, church history, and practical ministry. The library subscribes to about 135 journals (print and microform) and maintains an up-to-date reference collection. In addition, students have access to the ATLA Religion Database and the ATLA Serials (ATLAS) Database. Through ATLAS, students can access more than 211,000 full-text digital articles and book reviews combined.
The Jim Beyer Computer Lab provides access to Macs and PCs. Computers are equipped with the latest Bible-search software including Accordance, Gramcord for Windows, Logos, and Bible Windows.
Please use the following link to the David Worley Library Catalogue: Search Online Catalogue
Helpful Links for Internet Research:
Virtual Religion Index: A gateway for online discussions of all things religious
Perseus Library: A massive collection of Greek and Latin primary sources, morphologically tagged for powerful searches
Internet Archive: Full texts of many public domain books
Wabash Center: A collection of multiple resources for general theological studies and teaching
Project Gutenberg: A collection of Ebooks available in the Public Domain.
OT Gateway: A collection of online resources and links for OT study
NT Gateway: A collection of online resources and links for NT study
Johannine Bibliography: A collection of online resources and links for the study of the 4th Gospel
N. T. Wright page: A collection of N.T. Wright’s scholarly and pastoral work
Internet Archive ICC search: Public domain International Critical Commentaries available for download. Internet Archive makes available thousands of resources in the public domain.
Digitized Puritan Library: A collection of puritan writings from J. I. Packer’s library
Christian Classics Ethereal Library: A collection of primary sources
Early Christian Writings: NT, Apocrypha, Gnostics, Church Fathers
Early Church.org: An internet resource for studying the early church
Internet Christian Library: Guide to early church documents
Bibliographies for Theology: Historical theology bibliographies
North American Patristics Society: Early Christian Texts, from NAPS
Christian History: Christianity Today’s Church History resources site
Post Reformation Digital Library: Primary sources from the Reformation
Normal Hours of Operation —
Monday 8:30 am – 10:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 10:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 8:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Saturday & Sunday