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This link provides an alphabetical listing of the Allison Library eBooks and journal titles (online, print, and microform), including some Open Access journals
Crux Index 1979-2012
EBSCO - journals & eBooks (citations, abstracts, and some full text)
ProQuest Religion Database (citations, abstracts and some full text)
Over 220 journals covering religious issues and perspectives including: religious news and information, commentary on topics of general interest from the perspective of a particular religion, details on doctrines and philosophies, reports on religious history and archeology, and formal theological studies. Primarily represents Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism.
Over 40 reference titles including encyclopedias, dictionaries and several of their 'Companion' series.
RTA (Religious and Theological Abstracts) (citations and abstracts only)
Indexed since 1958 and updated annually, RTA provides summaries of articles appearing in scholarly journals in the fields of religion and theology. Abstracts from a wide variety of periodical literature including Christian, Jewish, and other World religions are available in English, Hebrew, Afrikaans, or major European languages.
TREN (Theological Research Exchange Network) (citations and some full text)
TREN is a library of over 10,000 theological thesis/dissertation titles representing research from as many as 70 different institutions. The Allison Library has a subscription to many of these titles in electronic format. Download our Guide to Using TREN .
Brill provides full text access to several (but not all) journals.
Cambridge Journals offers full text access to several (but not all) journals.
Bibliotheca Sacra provides full text from Volume 91 no. 361 to the current year (with a 12 month embargo on electronic access to articles).
Sage Publications has several journals, most with access to full text content from the current and previous year issues.
Taylor & Francis (and Routledge) provides full text access to several (but not all) journals.
Accordance allows users to:
Accordance is available on two Allison Library workstations.