Exciting New Access!
Oxford Biblical Studies Online...Blakley Library is excited to announce that we now have access to a major resource for Biblical study and scholarship, the Oxford Biblical Studies Online. This resource is very rich in content and includes the full-text of six different Bibles as well as in-depth commentaries and concordances. You can look up specific Bible verses and compare them with another text or commentary.
Additionally, the Loeb Classical Library Online, which provides the full-text of every book in the Loeb Classical Library, includes works of Church Fathers (Basil, Clement of Alexandria, Eusebius, Ignatius, Polycarp and others).
Blakley Library Resources for Biblical Study and Scholarship
Click here for books of interest for Biblical scholarship recently added to the Blakley Library collection.
Blakley Library has a rich collection of Biblical study tools. Use the tabs across the top of this page to aid in identifying specific sources which may be useful. Please note that the sources listed in this guide are only a starting point. The lists of resources are not comprehensive and there are many other excellent resources that space did not permit to be included.
More general resources are also very useful for Biblical studies. These include databases (e.g. ATLA, Catholic Periodical and Literature Index Online, Academic Source Complete, etc.), journals (e.g. Journal of Theological Studies, Modern Theology, etc.) and encyclopedias (e.g. New Catholic Encyclopedia). These and other general sources are included in the Religion and Theology Subject Guide.
Although most of the print sources listed in this guide are reference copies (shelved in the reference section of the library on the first floor), we do have circulating copies of many of the titles. Check the online catalog to see what's available. And if you want to browse through the print books on the Bible, this link will provide an overview of where they are located (click on "Subclass BS, the Bible" for detailed list).
Recently Added Bible Scholarship Sources
Recently Added Circulating Books
Biblical Hermeneutics; Five Views. Stanley E. Porter, ed. BS 476 .B4945 2012
The Book of Genesis; a Biography. Ronald Hendel. BS 1235.52 .H46 2013
Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters; a Historical and Biographical Guide. Marion Ann Taylor, ed. BS 501 .A1 H36 2012
Jewish & Christian Approaches to the Psalms; Conflict and Convergence. Susan Gillingham, ed. BS 1430.52 .J49 2013
Paul and the Faithfulness of God, v.1 & 2. N.T.Wright. BS 2506.3 .W75 2013
Paul and the Philosophers. Ward Blanton, ed. BS 2651 .P38325 2013
Paul for Today's Church; a Commentary on First Corinthians. Stanley B. Marrow. BS 2675.53 .M37 2013
Pauline Perspectives; Essays on Paul, 1978 - 2013. N.T. Wright. BS 2651 .W75 2013
Psalm 63; a Study of Its Imagery and Theology in the Context of the Psalter. Zbigniew Zieba. BS 1450 63rd .Z54 2013
Second Corinthians. Raymond F. Collins. BS 2675.53 .C66 2013
The Violence of Scripture; Overcoming the Old Testament's Troubling Legacy. Eric A. Seibert. BS 1199 .V56 S45 2012
Who's Who in the Bible. Jean-Pierre Isbouts. BS 550.3 .I83 2013
Biblical Study and Scholarship Resources
Need assistance in finding sources for Bible research and scholarship? Contact Susan Vaughan, the Blakley Library religion/theology subject specialist at email@example.com or 972-721-4130.
Additionally, research assistance is available at the Blakley Library Help Desk, firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-721-5315.