Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary

27 Jul 2013

Browsing for Electronic Resources

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I’ve written in the past about a few websites that provide access to a wide range of electronic resources. When looking for academic resources sometimes you know exactly what you are looking for, and the most convenient way to find it is to search for a specific author and title. But other times, you just want to browse for information by topic. One helpful place to browse online for sources related to the Bible, Judaism, and Christianity is a page hosted by Loyola University. Organized by topic, this page contains hundreds of links to full text documents on subjects ranging from the Ancient Near East to the writings of Martin Luther. The page itself isn’t flashy, but it is a portal to a wealth of information relevant to biblical studies.

In addition to this page, similar pages also exist for the study of Greek and Latin literature.