The Library provides access to a number of electronic resources, including CD-ROM collections and subscriptions to a number of research databases. Access is limited to students, faculty and staff. Remote access requires a user ID and password.
The Library provides access to a number of research databases for theology and religious studies, as well as allied fields in art, architecture, music, history, literature, psychology, and other fields.
For a complete listing of databases and information on accessing and using them, please visit the E-Resources page on the Wesley Research Portal.
BibleWorks is a Bible software program that contains "190+ Bible translations in nearly 40 languages, 35 original language texts and morphology databases, 29 lexical-grammatical references, plus a wealth of practical reference works." The program "tightly integrates its databases with the most powerful morphology and analysis tools." (from the publisher)
This CD-ROM contains 55 volumes of Luther’s Works. While the first 30 volumes provide Luther’s expositions of several books of the Bible, the remaining volumes contain his writings on the Reformation and other works.
Sermons and Hymns of John Wesley
This CD-ROM is a searchable database that indexes every word in the sermons and hymns of John Wesley for searching.
The Works of John Wesley
This contains the authoritative 14-volume set of the 'Jackson' edition of Wesley's works, originally published in 1854. It includes a diverse assortment of Wesley's writings, including his journals, sermons, and letters.
The Works of John Wesley – The Bicentennial Edition.
Edited with explanatory notes by Wesley scholars. The CD-ROM includes a collection of sermons, hymns, journals and diaries of Wesley.
For more information about accessing these resources, contact the Library.
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