Great Library of Theological Information Online

Forwarded message from Princeton Seminary: The new library is under construction. As part of its major upgrade, we have created what the president is calling ‘The Theological Commons’…a new digital library on theology and religion presently with 50,000 books. It is destined to serve the church around the world…people in places without many resources…available free of charge. Books may be read online, downloaded as PDFs or downloaded to a Kindle. Here’s the website: http://commons.ptsem.edu/

A friend who is on the Board of Trustees of Princeton Seminary thoughtfully sent me the above notice. I went on the digital library website and was thrilled to see the extent of resources here, also in French, German and Dutch as well as Spanish and Latin. This is a significant gift to theological education around the world. Feel free to pass this along to friends, colleagues, seminary professors and students of the Word. I was naturally thrilled to see so many of RA Torrey’s books made available, but there are many, many more here, including works of the Puritans and seminal works of major theologians.

Yours for the kingdom,
Lyn Newbrander
ISI Staff (Philadelphia)

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