Academic Resources

The most important resources for the course are:

At the Library you wil find...
  • The Anchor Bible Dictionary:  The go-to resource for all things biblical!!!  Library Reference Section BS440 .A54 1992
  • Throckmorton, Gospel Parallels:  provides side-by-side text of the Gospels, so you can compare them; on Reserve for this course

Other supercool websites are...

I strongly caution against using non-academic websites to find background information. 


The Writing Center

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. On the second floor of the Library, the Writing Center has drop-in tutors to help you with your papers. Bring in a copy of the paper assignment and the progress you have made so far on the paper—from notes and ideas to a full draft!

Disability Resources

Any student with a disability needing accommodations should contact Mr. Daniel Nuss in the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities, in McCaffrey Center, room 137. The office will assist with any needed accommodations. Please see me at the beginning of the semester to discuss needs for this course. The OSSD website is:


Education Resource Center

Also in the McCaffrey Center. Tutors can help with writing and study skills.