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The African American Lectionary    

African American Newspapers Database    

African American Historical Serials Collection

Archives Online Catalog

ArticleFirst Advanced Search at EbscoHost

Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA)  

ATLA Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative  

ATLA Historical Monographs Collection: Series 1   

ATLA Historical Monographs Collection: Series 2   

ATLA Religion Database       

ATLA Research In Ministry (RIM)

Catholic Periodical & Literature Index

The Civil War: Antebellum Period to Reconstruction  

Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation 

Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts  

Early American Imprints 1639-1800  

EBSCO Religion/Philosophy                                   

Elenchus Bibliographicus 

Encyclopædia Britannica

Encyclopaedia Judaica

Ethnic Newswatch

GALILEO Scholar  (if off campus, Click here for password)

Greek New Testament Gateway    

Hartford Institute for Religion Research                                     

JSTOR (Journal Storage)    

Karl Barth Digital Library   

MLA International Bibliography

Microforms (Campbell Library Microfilm List)

New Testament Abstracts                                 

Old Testament Abstracts

Periodicals List (Campbell Library Periodicals list)

Prior Periodicals List (Campbell Library) no longer updated

Presbyterian Ordination Exams

ProQuest Databases

Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection                             

Religious and Theological Abstracts (R&TA)            

The Revised Common Lectionary    

Sociological Collection                    

The Text This Week            

Twentieth Century Religious Thought  

W. Frank Harrington Online Sermon Collection  

Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Religion

World Christian Database 

WorldCAT (more than 50 million items worldwide)

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