Religion & Philosophy
Available to Central, City and Suburban Libraries
Over 2,500 entries from 180 international scholars including biographical sketches of important personalities associated with the development of the Jewish religion over the centuries and an index with alternate spellings of Hebrew terms.
Contains almost 120 in-depth entries, ranging in length from 500 to 10,000 words, on each of the canonical books of the Bible, major apocryphal books of the New and Old Testaments, important noncanonical texts, and thematic essays on topics such as canonicity, textual criticism, and translation.
Research different religions and philosophies and how they impact our daily lives. Comprised of 250 periodicals, many of which are full-text. Coverage begins in 1980.
Available to Central & City Branch Libraries†
This specialized collection brings life to documents and languages from the past, featuring passages from ancient texts in Koine Greek, Ancient Greek, Latin, and Biblical Hebrew. The courses focus on passages from historical books, poems and religious documents, providing insight into the cultures in which the languages were spoken.
†Branch Libraries - Beauchamp, Betts, Hazard, Mundy, Paine, Petit, Soule, White
If your library card was issued by a suburban library, check that library's website for access.
Last updated April 17, 2013