TI: - Search by title. (ex. TI:Systematic Theology)
This type of search will pull up every author of a work. For example, in a book of essays, this will search the editor/compiler and every essay author.
This type of search will only pull up main authors. For example, in a book of essays, this will only search the editor/compiler, and not every essay author.
This type of search specifically uses the Library of Congress Subject Headings. If you know the specific heads you want, it can be useful.
If not, the best way to narrow a search by topic is to do a basic (keyword) search using the main concepts you're interested in. Then, at the bottom of the left-column of your results, there will be a set of links allowing you to narrow your search according to topics set by the system.
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The Quarterly is now published only in electronic format. It will be emailed to all alumni/ae free of charge. In 2011 it will also be available in full text in the ATLA (American Theological Library Association) database and through the ATLASforALUM program. We regret that we can no longer continue to exchange this publication with other institutions. Back issues (prior to 2006) of both the College of the Bible Quarterly and the Lexington Theological Quarterly may be ordered through the Seminary Library.
The Bulletin, issued four times each year, is a newsletter designed to communicate information about the Seminary as an institution. It is distributed without charge to alumni/ae, churches, and friends and contains short articles about the current activities and purposes of the Seminary.
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