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Archive for January, 2011

Early American Imprints, Series I

We are very pleased to announce that Trinity’s Rolfing Library has opened a subscription to the digital version of the “Evans Collection,” technically known as “Early American Imprints, Series I.”

As you may know, this collection contains nearly everything published in colonial and early national America from 1639-1800.

This collection is a treasure trove for Edwards scholars. Please dig into its silver and gold as soon as you are able.

Here is a link with further information about the collection: http://www.newsbank.com/readex/product.cfm?product=247

The Rebirth of “Christian History”

Christianity Today International ceased publication of Christian History two years ago with its issue #99.

But now it’s back in circulation! Issue #100 explores the creation and influence of the King James Version of the Bible (honoring 2011 as the quatercentennial of the KJV’s first printing).

Christian History bridges the gap between the academy and the church in the field of church history. Its articles present different aspects of church history in a popular and practically-oriented way.

Most importantly, this new magazine is now available for free. For more information on this helpful resource, please visit here.