New Resources Added to the IWS Library

Hello students!

The library has added thirteen new eBooks for you to access just in time for the January 2024 session! Click on the links below for each eBook to view more information and to start reading.

New resources available:

  1. We Become What We Worship: A Biblical Theology of Idolatry by G. K. Beale
  2. Sacred Music in Secular Society by Jonathan Arnold
  3. Christian Worship: Postcolonial Perspectives by Michael N. Jagessar and Stephen Burns
  4. From Topic to Thesis: A Guide to Theological Research by Michael Kibbe
  5. Congregational Music, Conflict, and Community by Jonathan Dueck
  6. Shout to the Lord: Making Worship Music in Evangelical America by Ari Y. Kelman
  7. Transforming Worship: Planning and Leading Sunday Services as if Spiritual Formation Mattered by Rory Noland
  8. Baptists Through the Centuries: A History of a Global People by David Bebbington
  9. Introduction to Eastern Christian Liturgies by Stefanos Alexopoulos and Maxwell E. Johnson
  10. Churches, Cultures, & Leadership: A Practical Theology of Congregations and Ethnicities by Mark Lau Branson and Juan Francisco Martínez
  11. Worship by Faith Alone: Thomas Cranmer, the Book of Common Prayer, and the Reformation of Liturgy by Zac Hicks
  12. Intergenerational Christian Formation: Bringing the Whole Church Together in Ministry, Community, and Worship (Second edition) by Holly Catterton Allen, Christine Marie Lawton, and Cory Seibel
  13. Redeeming Vision: A Christian Guide to Looking at and Learning from Art by Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt

How to access the new eBooks:

  • Click any of the book links listed above.
  • Once the page for the book loads, look at the book description under the heading Online Resources.
  • Click the link that states “Access restricted to current IWS students, faculty and staff. Click here for ebook.
  • You will then be brought to EBSCOhost sign-in page.
  • Then click on PDF Full Text or EPUB Full Text to read the eBook. You may be prompted to log in to EBSCOhost, which is the same login as your Canvas/Populi account.
  • If you have more questions, check out our module on EBSCOhost: Atla & eBooks or email the library.

Happy Reading!