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Theological Research

This research guide is intended to supplement instruction in all courses involving theological research and also the DIVI 9049: Introduction to Theological Research course.

Biblical Commentaries

The following commentaries are available at Wiggins Memorial Library.  Follow the title links to see call number listings.  The Divinity School recommends the Anchor Yale Bible, New International Commentary on the Old Testament, New International Commentary on the New Testament, and Word Biblical Commentary for use by students working on assignments. 

The following commentaries are available at Wiggins Memorial Library.   Follow the title links to see call number listings.  These resources can be helpful, but don't concentrate your research here for your exegesis.

Reception history is the study of how biblical texts have changed over time in different cultures and communities, through transmission, translation, or reading, retelling, and reworking.

The following commentaries are available at Wiggins Memorial Library.  Follow the title links to see call number listings. 

The following commentaries are available at Wiggins Memorial Library.   Follow the title links to see call number listings.  The Divinity school recommends Interpretation, New Interpreter's Bible, Old Testament Library, New Testament Library,  and Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentary for use by students working on assignments.

The following commentaries are available at Wiggins Memorial Library.   Follow the title links to see call number listings. 

The following commentaries are available at Wiggins Memorial Library. Follow the title links to see call number listings.