Christian Theology Reading Room

Most links below connect you to scanned, published books and articles made available by Google Books (often 75% of content). Importantly, Google Books allows you to search within a volume and also across volumes (rather than across the entire WWW). The Google Book Project also makes hard to find and expensive monographs readily accessible to students and researchers alike. This Reading Room collects those relevant materials on one page.     
NB: For bibliographic management and notetaking while reading, Zotero is highly recommended ("a free, easy-to-use Mozilla Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources"). For page snapshots and printing of Google Book pages, try Microsoft's snipping tool (paste text into Word -- or Zotero).  -Dr. Arnold Neufeldt-Fast


Tyndale students should also refer to the full-text ebooks in theology available via the library


Theological Dictionaries and Encyclopedia

It is good to begin your research with one or two theological dictionaries or encyclopedia. You may then wish to explore the volumes in the second section below, or begin a specific search for full-text articles in Tyndale`s eJournal databases (available only to students and faculty). A search within Google Books may also yield good results. See also Tyndale's In-Ministry MDiv Systematic Theology Workshop.

Contemporary Theology: Systematic Theologies, Readers, Introductory Texts



Other Theology Resources on the WWW


Other Tyndale Online Reading Rooms (Click!)

How do I cite my sources (incl. scriptural references)? (Click!)


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This page was created and is maintained by Arnold Neufeldt-Fast, Ph.D.