Welcome to the Research Guide for Principles of Biblical Reasoning. The suggested databases are available linked from here and from the Electronic Resources section of the library home page. Print resources are available in the PHC on-campus collection or by mail to distance learning members of the PHC community. You may check out the location and availability of an item in the on-campus collection through the online catalog, Voyager, accessed through the library home page.
A significant portion of the course is devoted to individual research projects for which a librarian's assistance may prove invaluable. Professional library assistance is available on campus, by phone at 540-441-8400, or by email at email@example.com .
During this course, you will:
The following texts for this course are available on reserve for in library use, 2 hour check out, at the library circulation desk:
Encyclopedia of philosophy, vols. 1-10, at Ref B 51 .E53 2006
Oxford companion to philosophy at Ref B 51 .O94 2005
Oxford companion to the mind at Ref BF 31 .O94 2004
Shorter Routledge encyclopedia of philosophy at Ref B 51 .C58 2005
American National Biography Online First published in 24 volumes in 1999, this electronic version offers biographical portraits of more than 17,400 people. Updates appear quarterly and the database contai
ns more than 80,000 hyperlinked cross-references.
Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy provides online scholarly resources in support of a variety of philosophical research endeavors.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library created by Wheaton College and now managed by Calvin College, offers access to Christian classics online.
ARDA, Association of Religion Data Archives, is a offers resources in the scientific study of ideas. It also provides statistical information on the number of adherents to specific religions in various countries.
Turabian is the approved citation format for this course. Information on proper Turabian citation is available in the PHC collection, Chicago manual of style, at Ref Z 253 .U69 2003 or online at several sites, such as OWL (Online Writing Lab).
Created: Thornhill 2011. Revised: Thornhill, 2012, 2013.