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This guide is intended to orient the user to selected resources for the study of the Bible in Andover-Harvard Theological Library and in online resources licensed by the Harvard Library.
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.harvard.edu/hds/biblical-studies Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Introduction

This guide is intended to orient the user to selected resources for the study of the Bible at Andover-Harvard Theological Library and in online resources licensed by the Harvard Library. It is written for Harvard library users and non-Harvard users interested in the type of information we can provide. It includes finding biblical texts, scholarly commentary in books and articles, and additional sources of information (atlases, concordances, and dictionaries).

The resources listed here are only a small number of those available. For more information, contact a research librarian.

This guide was written by Micah J. Hoggatt in 2007 and revised by Clifford Wunderlich and Renata Kalnins in January 2008. If you found this guide helpful or want more information, contact a research librarian.


Image: Page view of the first volume of the "Complutensian Polgyglot" printed in Alcalá, Spain (1514-17), in the library's collection. Photograph by Jesse Taggert.

 

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