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Biblical Studies

Resources for the academic study of the Hebrew Bible, New Testament, and biblical literature

Catalogs for Finding Books

Use the Library Catalog to find books and e-books at the Library. To find books beyond the Library, use WorldCat, which is especially useful for discovering which libraries own a particular title and for placing an interlibrary loan request.

Collections of e-books

Search for E-Books Using the Catalog.

See also the Library's guide How do I find e-books?

Some of the following collections contain free full-text access to titles out of copyright (Google Book Search and HathiTrust). Others are paid subscriptions (e.g., Oxford Scholarship Online).

Theses and Dissertations

Book Reviews

Looking for book reviews? Start with searching for the title of the book in ATLA Religion Index. Then, try other databases listed below.

Faculty Recommended Books--Hebrew Bible

Professors Jeffrey Stackert and Simeon Chavel often use these classic works in their classes. Links to catalog records for print copies are below. All are in the public domain. Electronic versions can be found in Google Books and HathiTrust. Please contact the Subject Specialist, Anne K. Knafl (, for help locating print or electronic versions of these texts.

Subject Specialist

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Anne Knafl
Joseph Regenstein Library, Room 462