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Borrowing from BTI Libraries for ANTS Students and Faculty

For Students

If you think you might want to borrow from one of the BTI libraries, please pick up a BTI card, when the librarian is in her office in Trask. You will need to show the card, along with your student ID, at every BTI library you visit. Students must obtain a new BTI card every semester. Please check the websites of other BTI libraries to learn about policies and procedures specific to the library you wish to visit. Many of the BTI libraries require you to make your initial visit during weekday business hours.

For Faculty

Before visiting a BTI library, pick-up a BTI card that identifies you as a faculty member of Andover Newton Theological School. Faculty members must obtain a new BTI card every academic year.  Keep the card, and show it at every BTI library you visit.  Please check the websites of other BTI libraries to learn about their policies and procedures. Many of the BTI libraries require you to make your initial visit during weekday business hours.

Collection Strengths at BTI Libraries:
Boston College Theology and Ministry Library Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
Roman Catholicism Evangelicalism in Northeastern USA
Biblical Greek History of Evangelicalism
Biblical Hebrew Ante-Nicene Christianity
Church History Protestant Reformation
Liberation Theology Protestant orthodoxy in New England
Patristics Evangelical theology
Boston University, School of Theology Evangelical dialogue with other faiths, esp. Judaism
Methodism Harvard Divinity School
Missiology Philosophy of religion
Hymnals and Hymnody Psychology of religion and counseling
Religion and Science Liberal tradition: Unitarian, Universalist, Congregational
Practical Theology Ecumenism
Religion and Peace Women's studies in religion
Religion and the Arts Hebrew College & Rabbinical School
Religion and psychology Rabbinic texts and commentaries
Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology History of Hebrew language
Patrology Hebrew literature
Eastern Orthodox Church Jewish history and thought
Greek History Holocaust
  Israel & Zionism
  Jewish Art & Music
  Jewish Women's studies
  Children's literature
  Yiddish literature
   

 

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