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Welcome to the OT 5200 Old Testament Introduction course guide. Here you will find links and helpful tips for accessing library resources listed in your course bibliography, as well as additional library resources related to your course content.
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EBSCO Discovery allows students to search for journal articles and eBooks simultaneously from EBSCO and GALILEO databases, as well as items from the library's physical catalog.
ProQuest Religion database offers over 200 full-text journals covering formal theological studies, recent trends, scholarly thought, news, doctrines, philosophies, histories of major religions around the world, as well as archaeological information.
EBSCO's Religion and Philosophy Collection
EBSCO's Religion & Philosophy Collection includes more than 300 full-text journals covering topics such as world religions, major denominations, biblical studies, religious history, epistemology, political philosophy, philosophy of language, moral philosophy, and the history of philosophy.
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