The Library has a new online resource courtesy of the Association of Theological Education in Southeast Asia (ATESEA).
GLDTL is a comprehensive resource on religious studies and related subjects. It contains more than 300,000 books, 15 million articles, 11,000 journals, and research aids. In GLDTL, you can find resources on:
- Dictionaries & Encyclopedias of the Bible
- Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Scholarship
- New Testament Scholarship
- Introductory Texts
- Anthropological & Historical Reference Works
- Christian Traditions & Theology
- World Religion
- Philosophy & Ethics
- Psychology & Counseling
The mission of the Global Digital Theological Library (GLDTL) is to make high quality digital content in religious studies available to academic institutions in the developing world in an economically feasible manner. The GLDTL seeks to accomplish this mission by licensing with publishers and vendors on behalf of these small institutions and creating one shared and professional managed, global library for their benefit.
Explore the Global Digital Theological Library at https://globaldtl.org/
How to use the GLDTL
Most content in the GLDTL can be found by using the search box on the home page, or one of the advanced search links below it. You can search for articles, books, and journals by name or by subject. This video gives an overview of how to search the GLDTL. For additional help, you can also view the tutorials made for the main DTL – the GLDTL uses the same search system. See The DTL’s YouTube channel for video tutorials.
Some content in the GLDTL may be password-protected. To access, you may Chat Bertha through our Facebook Page. You may also contact the subject librarian for Theology, Christian Mosqueda, through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or local number 3244.