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This guide highlights library and internet resources relevant to theology and Christian Studies at Grand Canyon University, including online article databases, electronic books, and more.
Last Updated: May 27, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Finding Background Information

Welcome to the GCU Library Guide for Theology.  Use the resources on this page to find background information on a topic--definitions, historical development, overviews, and suggestions for further reading. Topics include systematic and historical theology, biblical studies, ministry and church growth, world religions, philosophy and ethics. 

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  • Choose the best resources: Databases – Book catalog – Websites.
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  • Too few results? Remove terms, limits, choose a broader term or try a different database.

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Printable Guide

This printable guide includes a list of resources that are useful for Theology research.


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