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Selection of Printed Bibliographies at the LUX Library
Christian-Muslim Relations - A Bibliographical History
Publication Date: 2009-
Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History is a history of all the known works on Christian-Muslim relations from 600 to ... It comprises introductory essays and over 200 detailed entries containing descriptions, assessments and compehensive bibliographical details of individual works.
Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses (ETL) by
Publication Date: 1924-
The bibliographical part (Elenchus Bibliographicus) is available also online, se the column to the right.
Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses (ETL), founded in 1924, is a quarterly publication by professors of Theology from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Université catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve).Each volume totals ca. 1300 pages. Issues 1 and 4 contain articles, book reviews and chronicles in various languages (English, French, German, Dutch). Issue 2-3 represents the annual Elenchus Bibliographicus, an extensive bibliography of books and articles which appeared during the preceding year. The bibliography (ca. 15,000 entries) covers the entire field of Theology and Canon Law.
Selection of Printed Bibliographies at the University Library
Bibliographies for Theology
A collection of theological bibliographies, organized by era and topics. Compiled by William Harmless, S.J., of Creighton University.
A bibliography on Christianity in Palestine/Eretz-Israel
This ongoing bibliographical project was launched in the year 2000 on behalf of the Center for the Study of Christianity of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Its immediate purpose is to fill the evident gap in the set of bibliographical resources and provide a convenient and easily accessible tool for the worldwide scholarly community. The ultimate goal of the project, of which the results of only the first stage are now being made available, is to assemble as much bibliographical material as possible so that eventually a comprehensive bibliography on Christianity in Palestine will become available.
A comprehensive bibliography of Syriac Christianity
It was during the sixteenth century in Renaissance Europe that, as a result of the efforts of the Catholic and Protestant scholars of the New Testament, Syriac studies became a part of European intellectual life. Since then, the number of scholarly publications on various matters related to the history, culture and religious life of Syriac-speaking Christians has only increased. As these publications are in a variety of languages, and many of them scattered through journals and periodicals belonging to various academic fields, it is often difficult to obtain precise information on what has already been published on one or another aspect of Syriac Christianity. Our project aims to fill the evident gap in the bibliographical resources and provide a convenient and easily accessible tool for the worldwide scholarly community. The ultimate goal of this project is to create and launch an on-line database on Syriac Christianity that will be updated on a regular basis and available free of charge to the international scholarly community.
This database contains document descriptions from more than 600 periodicals and from Festschriften and congress publications. It is updated every night and represents the state of the preceding work day.