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Graduate Theological Online Education & Christian Ministry Online: Introduction

A guide for graduate students in NNU's School of Theology and Christian Ministry

About the Guide

This guide will help NNU theology students begin their studies. It includes topics such as:

  • Essential reference books.
  • How to find ebooks.
  • How to find articles.
  • How to make the best use of the Internet in studying theology.
  • Writing & Citation help

Wesley Center for Applied Theology

Wesleyan Holiness Digital Library (WHDL)

WHDL is a free, multidisciplinary, open access, digital resource of books, literature, multimedia material, and archives.

Bible Gateway

Lookup a word or passage in the Bible

How to Read a Book

What, you don't just start on page one and read every word until you get to the end?

If that's what you think, this book is for you—it will greatly enhance your theological education by giving you the tools to make better use of your reading time.

How to Read a Book

Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren, How to Read a Book (Main Collection PN83 .A43 1972)

An invaluable guide to academic reading. One to own.

Read a summary via the link below

Top Reference eBooks

Ministry Matters - Bible translations, commentaries, sermon helps, and other reference materials.  Subscription provided by the NNU Library

All of these ebooks are available to use 24/7/365 via the internet and are part of the NNU Riley Library collection of electronic resources.  Ministry Matters, while not an ebook itself, provides access to Bibles, commentaries, Bible dictionaries, lectionary and other indispensible items from the pastor's bookshelf.  

Need help citing sources from Ministry Matters? Warner University has provided a document that may help with some common issues: Or contact Prof. Rice for more help!

Subject Guide

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