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Digital Theological Library

Turner Theological Seminary’s (TTS) Library is an online library resource of the Digital Theological Library (DTL2), a co-owned digital library of electronic books, journals, and other resources. This new resource will provide TTS with virtual access to digital copies and upgraded books of many volumes currently located in major seminaries and university libraries in the world. The mission of DTL is to provide its co-owning institutions with the highest-quality digital resources for religious and theological studies at the lowest possible cost.

The Digital Theological Library (DTL) is a California-based non-profit corporation which

operates five digital libraries in religious studies, including comprehensive research libraries in

support of graduate education in theology and religious studies (Original DTL & DTL 2,

a research library for religious professionals in North America who are not associated with an

an academic institution, a free Open Access Library (OADTL), and a research library for schools in

developing nations (Global DTL).


DTL2 academic content includes:

  • over 480,000 eBooks

  • over 160 databases

  • over 21,000 journal titles

  • over 50,000,000 full‐text, peer‐reviewed, articles

  • over 11,000 hours of Counseling eVideos

  • over 30 subject guides


Core Values of the DTL2 - Although the DTL is non-confessional, the DTL board has affirmed the following core values:


  • Consistent truthfulness in all its interactions with its members and vendors

  • Treatment of all people as we would wish to be treated.

  • Respect for each school’s individual and unique mission

  • Regarding the stability and sustainability of the DTL

  • Commitment to co-ownership of the DTL and partnership for mutual advantage

  • The desire for service beyond the narrow confines of the DTL membership

Virtual Reference Librarian

TTS Virtual Librarians are embedded into our academic institution, performing all the duties of an academic librarian and providing 24/7 service from qualified librarians via an online chat portal.

Bible/Theology Subscriptions

African Theology Worldwide

WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information.


A registered personal account is a free account that enables you to access, cite, and return to JSTOR content. Your personal account may support your research in a variety of ways, depending on your role and affiliations, including:

Access to free, read-online content for participating publishers for all registered personal accounts. Additional content access and account admin permissions are available for individuals who manage JSTOR for subscribing institutions, such as librarians. The option for faculty, students, and staff to connect your account to the institution's subscription for matching access remotely if you are affiliated with a subscribing school, university, or library.



The Logos Bible Study app contains a powerful Bible study and sermon prep platform that allows you to study Scripture and consult commentaries, devotionals, Bible dictionaries, and more—all from your computer, tablet, or phone.

Theological Book Network


The Theological Book Network strengthens the Majority World church by supporting Christian educational institutions with theological resources.


Theological Journal Library


Theological Journal Library is a collection of 38 conservative, evangelical theological journals Now integrated with, allowing you to search and read journal articles within that study environment.


The Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN)


The Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN) is a library of over 25,898 theological thesis and dissertation titles, representing research from as many as 153 different institutions. Titles may be ordered online through our search and order system.

Free Online Bible Resources

The Asbury Journal

The Asbury Journal publishes scholarly essays and book reviews written from a Wesleyan perspective.


Association of Religion Data Archives


The Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) strives to democratize access to the best data on religion. Founded in 1997 as the American Religion Data Archive and going online in 1998, the initial archive was targeted at researchers interested in American religion. The targeted audience and the data collection have both greatly expanded since 1998, now including American and international collections and developing features for educators, journalists, religious congregations, and researchers. Data included in the ARDA are submitted by the foremost religion scholars and research centers in the world.


Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology


One of the most useful and practical theological reference books in print, with bibliographies for most entries, further study is quite practical. Combined with the power of the Online Study Bible verse search, readers can locate theological concepts related to the scripture they are studying.


Bible Gateway is the largest free online Bible website for verse search and in-depth studies. Passage lookups and word searches are available in a number of translations and several languages. Includes footnotes and cross-references.


Bible Web App

An online Bible study portal

Chafer Theological Seminary Journal


The Chafer Theological Seminary Journal is a biannual publication. Its purpose is to share biblical exegesis and exposition with readers who are interested in in-depth Bible teaching.


Christian Classics Ethereal Library


A storehouse of classic Christian writings. Research, read a good book, or study with a scripture passage and your choice of commentary open side-by-side. There is a minimal charge to download resources.


Christian History Institute


Christian History Institute (CHI) is a non-profit Pennsylvania corporation founded in 1982. We provide church history resources and self-study material. Our aim is to make Christian history a delight to the widest possible audience, using modern media such as video and the internet. We strive to make our output look good and communicate well while sticking to the facts.

Denver Journal: An Online Review of Current Biblical and Theological Studies


The Denver Journal is a review journal. It aims to include reviews of all recent and significant books and published media relating to the major fields of biblical and theological studies: Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, Systematic Theology, World Christianity, Pastoral Ministry and Evangelism, Counseling, Philosophy of Religion, Education Ministries and Administration, Homiletics and Speech, and Youth and Family Ministries.


Digital Dead Sea Scrolls


The Israel Museum has partnered with Google to provide researchers with searchable, high-resolution images of the Dead Sea Scrolls. As of September 2011, five scrolls have been digitized: The Great Isaiah Scroll, the Community Rule Scroll, the Commentary on Habakkuk Scroll, the Temple Scroll, and the War Scroll.



Free Bible study software with commentaries, dictionaries, and other supplements for Windows-based computers.


Harvard Divinity Bulletin


Harvard Divinity Bulletin has the goal of “preparing future scholars, ministers, and leaders across the professions according to a common intellectual rigor and with an emphasis on religious pluralism.”


Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry


The Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry exists to provide theological and ministerial resources to enrich and energize ministry in Baptist churches. Our goal is to bring together professors and practitioners to produce and apply these resources to Baptist life, politics, and ministry. The mission of the BCTM is to develop, preserve, and communicate the distinctive theological identity of Baptists.


Journal for Christian Theological Research


A distinctively Christian research organization in systematic and moral theology and related disciplines The society exists to promote and sustain fellowship and truth-seeking (fides quaerens intellectum) in theological reflection upon the Christian faith within the mainstream of the Christian tradition.


Journal of Hebrew Scriptures


The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures (JHS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal established in 1996 to foster scholarly research on the Hebrew Bible, Ancient Israel’s History and cognate fields of studies.


Midwestern Journal of Theology


Midwestern Baptist Theological Institute Seminary and Bible College's library.


Precept Austin


An online source for Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, etc.

The Master's Seminary Journal


The Master’s Seminary exists to advance the kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping godly men to be pastors and trainers of pastors.

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