Public Domain Library: A collection of digital books on our student computers in the library. Hundreds of books of theology and history have been downloaded from online public domain sources and organized by period and author. This collection is especially strong in the Puritan writers. It contains nineteenth-century reprints of the works of major Puritan authors like John Owen and John Flavel. It also includes many early editions as well, such as Samuel Bolton’s True Bounds of Christian Freedom (1656) and Jonathan Edwards’s Religious Affections (1746). But it also holds patristic, medieval, Reformation, and later texts as well. Unlike bare text files, these are digital images of published books and therefore are citable for academic research. In many cases the pdf files can also be searched for words and phrases. None of these books was downloaded from services such as EEBO requiring a license or fee. All the books in this digital library can be freely copied by students and visitors for their personal use and research.
TREN: Theological Research Exchange Network-TREN is a library of over 10,000 theological thesis/dissertation titles representing research from as many as 70 different institutions. ThM dissertations from Westminster Theological Seminary are available (for purchase) from 1984 to current. DMin projects from WTS are available from1986 onward. TREN also makes available conference papers presented at annual meetings of several academic societies.
UMI Search dissertations available from the University of Michigan’s Proquest database. Email suggested purchases to firstname.lastname@example.org