In addition to a growing collection of online reference sources, the Jessie C. Eury Library also provides students with access to an on-campus reference collection of over 6,000 volumes.
Available only in the Restoration Hall computer lab, this is a collection of biblical tools for exegesis and research.
CIA World Factbook
Maps and demographic information of world countries compiled by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.
Provides original research and analysis reports including pro/con opinions by public policy experts on numerous current social and political issues. A new report is issued each week.
Encyclopedia of Psychology
Contains in-depth articles and detailed bibliographies concerning all aspects of psychology in eight volumes.
Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia
Provides over 25,000 encyclopedic entries covering a variety of subject areas for quick fact checking.
Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Provides overviews, pro/con essays, articles from reference books, newspapers, and magazines, and links to websites, podcasts and videos on over 5,000 topics.
Available only on campus on select public computers in the Library and Restoration Hall, this is a collection of biblical and theological tools for exegesis and research that includes many translations of the Bible.
Oxford English Dictionary
Provides definitions, quotations demonstrating the use of each definition, and information concerning the origin and historical use of words in the English language.
Over 70 full text reference encyclopedias and handbooks which may be browsed, searched, and utilized online. Search across all available resources or select a specific title.
Access the contents of The World Almanac and Book of Facts, The World Almanac of the U.S.A., The World Almanac of U.S. Politics, The World Almanac for Kids, and Funk & Wagnall's New Encyclopedia.
World Christian Database
The World Christian Database provides comprehensive statistical information on world religions, Christian denominations, and people groups. Extensive data are available on 9,000 Christian denominations, 13,000 ethnolinguistic peoples, as well as data on 5,000 cities, 3,000 provinces and 239 countries.
Academic Search Premier
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 8,500 scholarly journals and magazines from a variety of academic fields including over 4,600 in full text. Coverage: 1975-.
An author-title index of articles appearing in the Table of Contents of 16,000 publications. Coverage: 1990-.
ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials:
Provides indexing for over 1,600 scholarly journals in the areas of religion, theology, and biblical studies including 185 in full text. Indexing for selected books and essays included as well. Coverage: 1949-.
Business Source Elite
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 1,000 full text journals in the areas of economics, management, business, and finance and contains company profiles provided by DataMonitor. Coverage: 1985-.
Christian Periodical Index
Provides indexing for 140 evangelical Christian journals in a variety of fields. Coverage: 1988-.
Christian Standard Index
An index of this Stone-Campbell Movement periodical from 1967-1993. Consult Christian Periodical Index for records from 1994 to the present.
Consumer Health Complete:
Provides full text access to 250 health reference sources, health reports, and 550 health magazines, as well as over 3,000 health related videos and animations.
Provides original research and analysis reports including pro/con opinions by public policy experts on numerous current social and political issues. A new report is issued each week. Coverage: 1991-.
Directory of Open Access Journals
Provides indexing for over 7,000 Open Access Journals in a variety of academic fields including some in full text. Coverage: varies.
Electronic Collections Online
Provides indexing for 5,000 scholarly journals in a variety of academic fields. Coverage: 1995-.
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 1,000 education journals and over 100,000 ERIC documents. Full text is available for many items. Coverage: 1966-.
Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context
Features continuously updated viewpoint articles, topic overviews, full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, statistics, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites organized into a user-friendly portal experience.
Indexes and provides abstracts for a subset of scholarly literature. Full text may be available. Coverage: varies.
Search or browse the full text of Harper's Weekly, a popular historical weekly magazine from 1857-1912. Coverage: 1857-1912.
Health Source: Consumer
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 80 full text popular health magazines and over 130 health reference sources Coverage: 1990-.
Health Source: Nursing/Academic
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 550 full text scholarly nursing and medical journals. Coverage: 1990-.
Provides indexing and full text for over 500 general interest magazines plus numerous reference books, biographies, primary source documents, and a large image library. Coverage: 1975-.
Provides indexing and full text for 1,700 magazines and journals plus 5oo reference books and over 160,000 primary source documents, and a large image library. Coverage: 1975-.
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 19,000 medical journals covering all aspects of health and medicine. Coverage: 1965-.
Military and Government
Provides indexing and abstracts for 400 magazines and scholarly journals dealing with all branches of the U.S. Military, government, and foreign affairs including 300 in full text. Coverage: varies.<
MLA Directory of Periodicals
A directory of over 5,000 journals providing detailed information such as editor contact information, submission guidelines, and subscription information.
MLA International Bibliography
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 4,000 journals plus books and dissertations in the fields of language and literature. Coverage: 1926-.
New Testament Abstracts
Provides indexing for over 1000 publications including journals, selected books, and essays in the field of New Testament. Coverage: 1956-.
Provides indexing and full text for over 40 national and international newspapers, selected full text for over 300 regional newspapers, and transcripts for radio and television news programs. Coverage: 1995-.
Union catalog of digital resources including digitized books and articles, born-digital texts, audio files, images, movies, and datasets.
Old Testament Abstracts
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 450 journals plus selected books and essays in the field of Old Testament. Coverage: 1978-.
OmniFile Full Text Select(formerly Wilson Select Plus)
Provides indexing, abstracts, and full text for 3,000 journals and magazines from a variety of fields. Coverage: 1994-.
Indexes papers presented at conferences in a variety of academic fields. Coverage: 1993-.
Provides indexing and author-written abstracts for over 680 journals covering all major fields of philosophy. Coverage: 1940-.
Provides indexing, abstracts, and full text for over 70 popular children's magazines such as Highlights and Ranger Rick. Coverage: varies.
Indexes the proceedings of conferences held around the world. Coverage: 1993-.
Professional Development Collection
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 700 education journals including full text for over 500. Coverage: 1965-.
Provides full text for over 80 scholarly, peer-reviewed journals published by the APA and affiliated organizations. All items included in PsycArticles are indexed in PsycINFO as well. Coverage: 1985-.
Provides indexing and abstracts for scholarly articles selected from over 2,500 journals, books, individual book chapters, and dissertations. Coverage: 1887-.
Regional Business News
Provides indexing, abstracts, and full text for over 80 regional business publications from throughout the United States. Coverage: 1993-.
Religious and Theological Abstracts
Provides indexing and abstracts for over 400 journals in the areas of religion and biblical studies. Coverage: 1948-.
Restoration Serials Index
Indexes 72 journals and magazines from the Stone-Campbell Movement. Coverage: 1975-.
Thesis and Doctoral projects, either dissertations or D. Min projects, are the major research project completed to obtain a master's or doctoral degree.
To search for LCU D.Min. projects and Seminary theses, complete an Advanced Search for the desired topic AND "Lincoln Christian" in quotation marks.
Search for dissertations and theses in the 76 I-Share libraries.
A catalog of open access digital resources including dissertations and theses available in pdf.
Search for psychology-related dissertations by limiting your document type to dissertations.
RIM (Research in Ministry)
Search for D.Min. and D.Miss. projects from over 50 schools belonging to the Association of Theological Schools. Note:Some, but not all, of these projects are available in full text through the Library Catalog.
TREN (Theological Record Exchange Network)
Search for theological theses and dissertations from 125 institutions. Note: Many of these documents are available in full text through the Library Catalog.
WorldCat Dissertations and Theses
Search over 5 million dissertations and theses located in libraries all over the U.S. and around the world.
Digital Images and Videos include art work, photographs, posters, papers, streaming videos, and other resources. Digital images and videos are copyrighted material.
American Memory Collection
Digitized images, historic papers, and audio recordings from over 100 historic collections from the Library of Congress.
ATLA Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative
Archive of digital images including woodcuts, photographs, slides, postcards, lithographs, and other items from 25 theological libraries.
CAMIO (Catalog of Art Museum Images Online)
High-quality art images from around the world contributed and described by 25 leading museums with copyright permission for educational use.
CARLI Digital Collections
A repository of digital collections created by CARLI member libraries which include a variety of photographs, postcards, manuscripts, and art work.
The Commons on Flickr
Highlights items from the collections of many well-known museums, libraries, and historical societies.
Counseling and Therapy in Video
A collection of 666 streaming videos with accompanying transcripts designed to train counselors.
Digital Dead Sea Scrolls
Digitized images of five of the Dead Sea Scrolls from the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Education in Video
A collection of over 235 streaming videos with accompanying transcripts designed to train teachers.
Google Image Search
Searches a variety of images available on the internet.
New York Public Library Digital Gallery
A collection of over 700,000 digitized images including manuscripts, posters, and photographs from the collections of the New York Public Library.
Saskia Digital Art Images
A collection of over 30,000 digital images including paintings, sculpture, and architecture from major art museums such as the Louvre and archaeological sites.
Books are the standard format for publishing information and allow an in-depth examination of a subject. Scholarly books are based on the facts and arguments of other scholars as noted by the use of various citations.
EBSCOhost eBook Collection
Search for and read ebooks. Entire searchable text of books. Coverage: 3,151 ebooks in the LCU collection.
Available only in the Restoration Hall computer lab, this is a collection of biblical tools for exegesis and research.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Browse and read Christian classics. Entire text of books. Coverage: Selected Christian classics, some audio books.
CIA World Factbook
Maps, flags, and current deomographic information about world countries compiled by the United States CIA.
Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia
Provides over 25,000 encyclopedic entries covering a variety of subject areas.
Search the full text of books Google has scanned. Google only provides access to excerpts for some books.
Available only on campus on select public computers in the Library and Restoration Hall, this is a collection of biblical and theological tools for exegesis and research that includes many translations of the Bible.
Union catalog of digital resources including digitized books and articles, born-digital texts, audio files, images, movies, and datasets.
Oxford English Dictionary
Contains searchable full text of the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary, providing word definition(s), etymology and/or history, and examples of word usage throughout history. Access limited to students and faculty of Lincoln Christian University.
Browse and read reference works. Entire searchable text of books. 62 ebooks in the LCU collection.
Springer Medicine E-Book Collection
Search the library catalog for the full text of over 1,600 books on medical topics published by Springer.
Access to the contents of The World Almanac and Book of Facts, The World Almanac of the U.S.A., The World Almanac of U.S. Politics, and The World Almanac for Kids.
Browse and read books published by APA and others. Entire texts of books. 1800 books by American Psychological Association and others, 1000 classic books, and 1500 articles from the Encyclopedia of Psychology.
TREN (Theological Research Exchange Network)
A collection of theses and dissertations from theological schools. Entire text of theses and dissertations. Over 10,000 titles from 70 theological institutions, mostly in the U.S. and Canada.
ATLA Historical Monographs Collection Series 1
Theological documents from the 13th century to 1893. Entire texts of books. 15,000+ Titles covering subjects such as church life, doctrinal disputes, higher criticism, and social movements.
ATLA Historical Monographs Collection Series 2
Theological documents from the 1824 century to 1923. Entire texts of books. Almost 15,000 Titles covering subjects such as church life, doctrinal disputes, higher criticism, and social movements.
The library maintains a number of special collections to support the curriculum and enhance the quality of student research:
A unique collection of 19th and early 20th century hymnals from the Stone-Campbell Movement. A portion of this collection is accessible online.
Dr. Enos E. Dowling was the founding academic dean of Lincoln Christian Seminary and a long-time professor of church history at the College and Seminary. Dr. Dowling, a former library director of Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis and a recognized expert on the Stone-Campbell Movmement, built an unparalleled collection of rare hymnals whose music was compiled by persons who were members of this movement. Over the course of forty years he interacted with rare book dealers and others across this country to build a collection that is priceless and not duplicated anywhere in the world. Dr. Dowling donated this invaluable collection to Lincoln's Library just prior to his death on March 25, 1997.
A portion of this collection is available online as the Enos E. Dowling Hymnal Collection.
Enos E. Dowling
Provides access to a number of early Stone-Campbell magazines, including several years of the Christian Standard.
PA collection of materials donated by Dr. Paul Benjamin on the National Church Growth Research Center.
The National Church Growth Research Center was founded by Paul Benjamin in 1972. Dr. Benjamin is a former professor of church growth at Lincoln Christian Seminary and author of the seminal work, The Growing Congregation, which has been described as "the first direct effort to apply church growth principles to the American context by a denomination publishing house." (C. Peter Wagner, quoted in : Rainer, Thom S. The Book of Church Growth. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 1993).
In 1992 the Center's archives was donated to the Jessie C. Eury Library by Dr. Benjamin, who is currently Executive Director of the Center.
For more information on the National Church Growth Research Center see the article "Helping Churches Grow" by Paul Benjamin (Christian Standard, June 13, 1976, p. 5-6).
Houses books, journals, and reference works relating to the history of the Stone-Campbell Movement.
Dr. Enos E. Dowling served Lincoln as dean of the Seminary and as professor of church history. The rare book room named in his honor is located on the first floor of the Library. It houses nearly 1,000 rare volumes, including copies of Biblical manuscripts and rare Restoration Movement journals and books. In addition, Dr. Dowling brought together a collection of hymnbooks that is housed in the Enos E. Dowling Hymn Collection. None of the items in either collection may be checked out, but they may be used in the Library with permission.
Enos E. Dowling
A collection of primary source materials for cults, occult groups, and other contemporary religious movements.
A collection of pamphlets from churches, evangelists, and other individuals within the Stone-Campbell Movement.
A listing of the many syllabi, bibliographies, and research papers given to the library by Dr. James D. Strauss, Professor Emeritus of Theology and Philosophy, Lincoln Chrisitan Seminary.
Dr. James D. Strauss began teaching theology and philosophy at Lincoln Christian Seminary in 1967. Dr. Strauss has published numerous books and articles (for a complete listing see Taking Every Thought Captive: Essays in Honor of James D. Strauss, edited by Richard A. Knopp and John D. Castelein. College Press, 1997, p. 359-364).
In addition to his published works, the Library maintains a file of class syllabi, bibliographies, and papers that Dr. Strauss has written and compiled. These are only available for use in the Library and may not be checked out.
This listing does not cover the entire collection of papers individually, but instead gives in broad strokes the wide-ranging nature of this remarkable collection of documents.
|A||50||Research Bibliography for Philosophy and Christian Doctrine|
|A||60||Research Bibliography: Theology and Prophecy (1980 ff)|
|A||70||Research Bibliography: Philosophy (1980 ff)|
|A||80||Wagner Bibliography on Liberation Theology|
|B||413||Nature of the Bible|
|B||623||Seminar in Biblical Theology|
|B||624||Theology of Old Testament Prophets|
|B||644||Reformation Theology: Comparative Critique of Luther and Calvin|
|B||653||Advanced New Testament: Theology of Promise|
|B||660||Major Theological Systems I: Apostolic to Aquinas|
|B||661||Major Theological Systems II: Aquinas to 20th Century|
|B||666||Doctrine of Creation and Covenant|
|B||667||Nineteenth Century Theology: Classical Liberalism|
|B||668||Twentieth Century Theology: Theological Pluralism|
|B||669||American Theology and the Crisis of Neo-evangelicalism|
|B||675||Seminar: God as Creator and Redeemer|
|B||676||Seminar: Doctrine of Creation, Covenant, and Redemption|
|B||677||Man: The Imago Dei|
|B||678||Seminar: Biblical Theology of Sin and Salvation|
|B||679||Word of God: Cross Cultural Communication|
|B||680||Seminar: Doctrine and the People of God|
|B||681||Seminar: Christ: The Incarnational Model|
|B||682||Seminar: Consumation of Creation (Eschatology)|
|B||683||Seminar: Spirit of God|
|B||688||Christian Existence/Theological Ethics|
|G||587||Christian Faith and Theories of Logic|
|G||680||Christian Faith and the Development of the Physical Sciences|
|G||681||Christian Faith and Development of Biological Theories of Evolution|
|G||682||Christian Faith and the Development of the Behavioral Sciences|
|G||683||Christian Faith and the Development of Political and Economical Theories|
|G||684||Christian Faith and Theories of the Origin and Nature of Language|
|G||685||Christian Faith and Changing Views of Law|
|G||686||Christian Faith and Theories of Mind|
|G||687||Christian Faith and Theories of History|
|G||689||Christian Faith and Philosophical Theories of Ethics|
|G||690||Spiritual Formation: Classical Devotional Literature|
|G||691||Apologetics (Eristics): Discovering the Christian Mind|
|G||692||The Making of the Contemporary Mind|
|G||693||Christian Faith and Creative Imagination|
|G||694||Christian Faith and Theories of Knowledge|
|G||695||Major Philosophical Thinkers and Systems I|
|G||696||Major Philosophical Thinkers and Systems II|
|G||697||Origin and Nature of the Enlightenment (Aufklarung)|
|G||698||Seminar: Models of Scientific Knowledge|
|G||699||Hegel to Marx: Liberation Theologies|
|G||782||Contemporary Religious Movements: Cult/Occult|
|G||783||Philosophy of Religion|
|G||784||Hermeneutics: From the Bible to the Reformation|
|G||785||Theological Method and Hermeneutics from Schleiermacher to Gadamer|
|G||789||Seminar: Western and Eastern Catholic Theologians|
|Hannah Arendt (Politics and Economics)|
|Johannine Epistles Part I, II, and III|
|Toronto Institute for Christian Studies|
|TP||500 / 501||Cult/Occult|
|TP||600||Foundations of Biblical Theology: Theology of Promise|
|TP||602||Doctrine of Creation, Covenant, and Redemption|
|TP||603||Imago Dei: Man as Incarnate Subject|
|TP||606||Doctrine of the People of God|
|TP||607||Christ: Affirming the Incarnation Today|
|TP||609||Spirit of God|
|TP||610||Fundamental Grace Theologies|
|TP||661||19th Century Theology: Classical Liberalism|
|TP||662||20th Century Theology: Theological Pluralism|
|TP||663||American Theology: From Puritanism to Neo-Evangelicalism|
|TP||701||Christian Faith and Scientific Revolution|
|TP||703||Christian Faith and Biological Theories of Evolution|
|TP||704||Christian Faith and Changing Views of the Social Sciences|
|TP||705||Christian Faith and Theories of Origin and Nature of Language|
|TP||708||Christian Faith and Theories of History|
|TP||711||Christian Faith and Development of Political and Economic Theories|
|TP||750||Theology of Preaching|
|TP||800||Apologetics (Eristics): Discovering the Christian Mind|
|TP||801||The Making of the Post-Modern Mind: Naturalistic / Secularistic|
|TP||802||Exploring the Roots of Secular Humanism: The Enlightenment|
|TP||803||Models of Scientific Knowledge|
|TP||804||Hegel to Marx: Liberation Theologies|
|TP||805||Contemporary Roman Catholicism|
|TP||806||Hermeneutics From the Bible to the Reformation|
|TP||807||Theological Method and Hermeneutics: From Scheiermacher to Gadamer|
This is a collection of some 500 volumes of cult and occult primary sources, such as books, magazines, and newspaper articles. The collection is housed in the second floor seminary room and is available for use only in the Library.
|Aquarian Gospel Ofjesus||Levi||AST 08|
|Astrologer's Handbook||Sakoian, Frances||AST 04|
|Astrology||Lynch, John, Ed.||AST 02|
|Astrology And Other Occult Games||Ronan, Margaret/eve||AST 05|
|Astrology Primer For The Millions||Tobey, Carl P.||AST 06|
|Astrology: The Space-age Science||Goodavage||AST 07|
|Chinese Astrology: Early Chinese Occultism||Carus, Paul||AST 01|
|My Life And Prophecies||Dixon, Jeane||AST 09|
|Strology||Hickey, Isabel||AST 03|
|Yesterday, Today, And Forever||Dixon, Jeanne||AST 10|
|Abdu'l-baha||Balyuzi, H.M.||BAH 02|
|Baha U Llah||Balyuzi, H.M.||BAH 03|
|Baha'i Prayers||Bahullah, The Bab||BAH 13|
|Baha'u'llah||Eesslemont, J.E.||BAH 12|
|Bahai Faith||Faizi, Gloria||BAH 14|
|Bahai Faith: An Introduction||Faizi, Gloria||BAH 10|
|Christ And Baha'u'llah||Townshend, George||BAH 09|
|Eternal Voice||Norger, Cordelia||BAH 04|
|Foundations Of World Unity||Abdu'l-baha||BAH 07|
|Fraudulent Testament Devalues The Bahai Religion..||Zimmer, Hermann||BAH 01|
|Individual And Teaching||No Author Given||BAH 11|
|Manual For Pioneers||Rabbani, Ruhiyyih||BAH 15|
|Structure Of Unity||No Author Given||BAH 08|
|Thief In The Night||Sears, William||BAH 05|
|Wine Of Astonishment||Sears, William||BAH 06|
|Alphatory Of The Bible||Benni, William C.||MISC 01|
|Light Of Asia||Arnold, Edwin Sir||BUD 01|
|Teachings Of The Compassionate Buddha||Burtt, E.A.||BUD 02|
|Christian Science||Martin, Walter||CS 02|
|Christian Science Hymnal||Eddy,mary Baker||CS 12|
|Christian Science Way Of Life||Dewitt, John||CS 10|
|Christian Science: A Sourcebook Of Contemporary Ma||No Author Given||CS 14|
|Church Manual||Eddy, Mary Baker||CS 04|
|Emergence Of Christian Science In American...||Gottschalk, Stephen||CS 11|
|Four Major Cults||Hoekema, Anthony||GEN 01|
|Mary Baker Eddy And Her Books||Orcutt, William D||CS 08|
|Mary Baker Eddy: A Life Size Portrait||Powell, Lyman P.||CS 13|
|Mary Baker Eddy: The Years Of Authority||Peel, Robert||CS 07|
|Mary Baker Eddy: The Years Of Discovery||Peel, Robert||CS 05|
|Mary Baker Eddy: The Years Of Trial||Peel, Robert||CS 06|
|Prose Works||Eddy, Mary Baker||CS 09|
|Science And Health With A Key To The Scriptures||Eddy, Mary Baker||CS 01|
|Science Of Mind||Holmes, Ernest||CS 03|
|Word Of The Lord||No Author Given||CCE 01|
|Cry Brotherhood||Tenney, Jack B||CR 10|
|George Washington's Vision And Propehcy For Americ||Grady, John||CR 01|
|Grand Design||Reed, Douglas||CR 25|
|Great Cookie Jar||Popp, Edward E.||CR 24|
|Henry Kissinger:soviet Agent||Capell, Frank||CR 22|
|History Of Monetary Crimes||Del Mar, Alexander||CR 03|
|Hoax Of The 20th Century||Butz, A.R.||CR 15|
|Iron Curtain Over America||Beaty, John||CR 05|
|Jews And Their Lies||Luther, Martin||CR 19|
|Judah's Sceptre And Joseph's Birthright||Allen, J.H.||CR 29|
|Judicial Supremacy||Cook, Peter||CR 20|
|Legalized Crime Of Banking||Admas, Silas Walter||CR 21|
|Money And Civilization||Del Mar, Alexander||CR 13|
|Money: Bona Fide Or Non-bona Fide||Popp, Edward E.||CR 17|
|Phililp Dru: Administrator||House, Edward M.||CR 11|
|Proofs Of A Conspiracy||Robison, John||CR 02|
|Protocols||Elders Of Zion||CR 04|
|Red Fog Over America||Carr, William||CR 09|
|Red Symphony||Landowsky, J.||CR 07|
|Satan's New Testament||Smith, Gerald L.K.||CR 23|
|Secular Humanism||Duncan, Homer||CR 06|
|Six Million Swindle||App, Austin J.||CR 28|
|Straight Look At The Third Reich||App, Austin J.||CR 27|
|Study In Jeremiah||Rand, Howard B||CR 14|
|Thirteenth Tribe||Koestler, Arthur||CR 16|
|To Heal The Nation||Snook, J. Franklin||CR 08|
|Your Heritage||No Author Given||CR 18|
|Luscher Color Test||Luscher, Max||MISC 02|
|East Of Danger||Twitchell, Paul||ECK 04|
|Herbs: The Magic Healers||Twitchell, Paul||ECK 03|
|Spiritual Notebook||Twitchell, Paul||ECK 02|
|Your Right To Know||Gross, Darwin||ECK 01|
|Astrology And The Edgar Cayce Readings||Gammon, Margaret H.||EC 37|
|Awakening Your Psychic Powers||Reed, Henry||EC 38|
|Bef0re The Beginning||Allen, Eula||EC 08|
|Commentary On The Book Of Revelation||Cayce, Edgar||EC 11|
|Edgar Cayce Collection||Cayce, Hugh Lynn||EC 41|
|Edgar Cayce On Atlantis||Cayce, Hugh Lynn||EC 28|
|Edgar Cayce On Diet And Health||Read, Anne Et Al||EC 34|
|Edgar Cayce On Dreams||Bro,harmon H.||EC 21|
|Edgar Cayce On Esp||Agee, Doris||EC 20|
|Edgar Cayce On Healing||Cayce, Hugh Lynn||EC 24|
|Edgar Cayce On Jesus And His Church||Read, Anne||EC 25|
|Edgar Cayce On Prophecy||Carter, Mary Ellen||EC 19|
|Edgar Cayce On Reincarnation||Langley, Noel||EC 30|
|Edgar Cayce On Religion And Psychic Experience||Bro, Harmon H.||EC 31|
|Edgar Cayce On The Dead Sea Scrolls||Kittler, Glenn D.||EC 05|
|Edgar Cayce Primer||Puryear, Herbert||EC 36|
|Edgar Cayce Reader||Cayce, Hugh Lynn||EC 02|
|Edgar Cayce Reader # 2||Cayce, Hugh Lynn||EC 26|
|Edgar Cayce Relfections On The Path||Puryear, Herbert||EC 29|
|Edgar Cayce's Story Of Attitudes And Emotions||Furst, Jeffrey||EC 32|
|Edgar Cayce's Story Of Jesus||Furst, Jeffrey, Ed.||EC 27|
|Edgar Cayce-the Sleeping Prophet||Stearn, Jess||EC 06|
|Edgar Cayce; Mystery Man Of Miracles||Millard, Joseph||EC 16|
|High Play||Bro, Harmon H.||EC 17|
|Many Mansions||Cerminara, Gina||EC 04|
|Many Mansions, The Edgar Cayce Story On Reincarnat||Germinara, Gina||EC 33|
|River Of Time||Allen, Eula||EC 09|
|Search For The Girl With The Blue Eyes||Stearn, Jess||EC 14|
|Stranger In The Earth||Sugrue, Thomas||EC 15|
|There Is A River: The Story Of Edgar Cayce||Sugrve, Thomas||EC 07|
|Understand And Develop Your Esp||Thurston, Mark A.||EC 40|
|Venture Inward||Cayce, Charles T.||EC 39|
|Yoga, Youth And Reincarnation||Stearn,jess||EC 13|
|You Are Forever||Allen, Eula||EC 10|
|Universal Light: Essene Light Center||No Author Given||ESL 01|
|Answers To The Cultist At Your Door||Passantino, R. & G.||GEN 24|
|Book Of Religions||Hayward, John||GEN 05|
|Eleven Religions||Champion, Selwyn G.||GEN 12|
|Emerging Civilization||Dickey, C.R.||GEN 30|
|Encyclopedia Of American Religions Vol.1||Melton, J. Gordon||GEN 17|
|Encyclopedia Of American Religions Vol.2||Melton, J. Gordon||GEN 18|
|Essential Christianity||Martin, Walter||GEN 20|
|Flash-lights Of Truth||King||GEN 31|
|Guide To Cults And New Religions||Enroth, Ronald,et Al||GEN 28|
|Guide To The Religions Of American||Rosten, Leo||GEN 06|
|Heresies: Ancient And Modern||Sandes, J. Oswald||GEN 02|
|How To Respond To The Cults||Beck, Hubert F.||GEN 21|
|How To Respond To The Occult||Hoover, David W.||GEN 23|
|Is Baptism Necessary For Salvation?||Beisner, Cal||GEN 22|
|Mind Benders||Sparks, Jack||GEN 25|
|Nature And Attributes Of God||Passantino, Robert||GEN 27|
|New Cults||Martin, Walter||GEN 19|
|New Religious Consciousness||Glock/bellah||GEN 13|
|Occult Sciences||Norvell, Anthony||GEN 14|
|Profiles In Belief; The Religious Bodies Of Us...||Piepkorn, Arthur C.||GEN 03|
|Psychological Patterns Of Jesus Christ||Jakubowsky, Frank||GEN 29|
|Religions Of Man||Smith, Huston||GEN 10|
|Religions Of The World||Thompson, Burks||GEN 11|
|Religious Movements In Contemporary American||Zaretsky, Irving I.||GEN 04|
|Science And The Modern World||Whitehead, A.N.||GEN 15|
|Scripture Twisting||Sire, James W.||GEN 16|
|Sociology Of Religion||Weber, Max||GEN 07|
|Spiritual Counterfeits Project Notebook||No Author Given||GEN 26|
|World's Living Religions||Hume, Robert E.||GEN 09|
|World's Religions||Anderson, J.N.D.||GEN 08|
|Beyond Birth And Death||Prabhupada, A.C. B.SW.||HK 02|
|Bhagavad-gita||Rajagopalachari, C.||HK 21|
|Bhagavad-gita As It Is||Prabhupada, A.D. B.||HK 03|
|Commentary On The Bhagavad Gita||Chinmoy, Sri||HK 19|
|Easy Journey To Other Planets||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 04|
|From Krishna To Christ||Rice, Mary||HK 17|
|Higher Taste||Prabhupada, B.||HK 23|
|Krsna Consciousness||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 20|
|Krsna: The Supremem Personality Of Godhead||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 05|
|Path Of Perfection||Bhaktivedanta, A.C.||HK 15|
|Perfection Of Yoga||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 06|
|Scientific Basis Of Krsna Consciousness||Dasa, Svarvpa D.||HK 01|
|Song Of God||No Author Given||HK 24|
|Sri Isopanisid||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 07|
|Srimad Bhagavatam: First Canto "creation"||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 08|
|Srimad Bhagavatam: Second Canto||Prabhupada, A.C.||HK 16|
|Srimad Bhagavatam: Sixth Canto||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 09|
|Srimad Bhagavatam: Third Canto||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 13|
|Strange World Of The Hare Krishnas||Levine, Faye||HK 18|
|Teachings Of Lord Caitanya: The Golden Avatara||Prabhupada, A.C. B.||HK 10|
|Teachings Of Lord Chaitanya||Bhaktivedanta, A.C.||HK 14|
|Tirukkurd||No Author Given||HK 22|
|Upanishads||Prabhavanada, Swami||HK 12|
|Fulfillment Of The Vedic Quest In The Lord Jesus..||Prakash, Acharya D.||HIN 01|
|Is The Bible Really The World Of God||Watchtower||JW 93|
|Listening To The Great Teacher||Watchtower||JW 94|
|Aid To Bible Understanding||Watchtower||JW 04|
|All Scripture Is Inspired Of God And Beneficial||Watchtower||JW 05|
|Babylon The Great Has Fallen God's Kingdom Rules!||Watchtower||JW 47|
|Battle Of Armageddon||Watchtowr||JW 43|
|Blood, Medicine, And The Law Of God||Watchtower||JW 18|
|Choosing The Best Way Of Life||Watchtower||JW 66|
|Commentary On The Letter Of James||Watchtower||JW 23|
|Comprehensive Concordance Of The New World Trans..||Watchtower||JW 35|
|Creation||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 49|
|Deliverance||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 54|
|Did Man Get Here By Evolution Or Creation?||Watchtower||JW 06|
|Enemies||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 59|
|From Paradise Lost To Paradise Regained||Watchtower||JW 25|
|God's "eternal Purpose" Now Triumphing For Man's..||Watchtower||JW 07|
|God's Kingdom Of A 1000 Years Has Approached||Watchtower||JW 45|
|Good New To Make You Happy||Watchtower||JW 08|
|Government||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 65|
|Happiness: How To Find It||No Author Given||JW 82|
|Harp Of God||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 52|
|Holy Spirit-the Force Behind The Coming New Order!||Watchtower||JW 19|
|Is The Bible Really The Word Of God?||Watchtower||JW 09|
|Is This Life All There Is?||Watchtower||JW 20|
|Jehovah||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 57|
|Jehovah's Witnesses||Kirban, Salem||JW 01|
|Jehovah's Witnesses And Blood Transfusions||Montague, Havor||JW 71|
|Kindgdom Interlinear Trans. Of The Great Scripture||Nwb Trans. Committee||JW 02|
|Kingdom Is At Hand||Watchtower||JW 63|
|Let God Be True||Watchtower||JW 58|
|Let Your Kingdom Come||No Author Given||JW 78|
|Let Your Name Be Sanctified||Wawtchtower||JW 34|
|Life||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 55|
|Life Does Have A Purpose||Watchtower||JW 10|
|Life Everlasting In Freedom Of The Sons Of God||Watchtower||JW 24|
|Light||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 60|
|Listening To The Great Teacher||No Author Given||JW 85|
|Make Sure Of All Things Hold Fast To What Is Fine||Watchtower||JW 12|
|Making Your Family Life Happy||Watchtower||JW 13|
|Man's Salvation Out Of World Distress At Hand||Watchtower||JW 41|
|Millennial Dawn||No Author Given||JW 86|
|Millions Now Living Will Never Die||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 70|
|My Book Of Bible Stories||Watchtower||JW 26|
|Nations Shall Know That I Am Jehovah||No Author Given||JW 79|
|New Heavens And A New Earth||No Author Given||JW 84|
|New World||No Author Given||JW 74|
|New World Translation Of The Holy Scriptures||No Author Given||JW 03|
|Organization For Kingdom Preaching And Disciple...||No Author Given||JW 81|
|Our Incoming World Government: God's Kingdom||No Author Given||JW 80|
|Paradise Restored To Mankind-by Theocracy!||Watchtower||JW 21|
|Preach The Word||Watchtower||JW 67|
|Preparation||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 64|
|Preservation||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 61|
|Prophecy||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 62|
|Qualified To Be Ministers||Watchtower||JW 40|
|Reconciliation||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 48|
|Religion||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 53|
|Riches||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 42|
|Salvation||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 50|
|Scholastic Dishonesty Of The Watchtower||Van Buskirk, Michael||JW 69|
|Singing And Accompanying Yourselves With...||Watchtower||JW 68|
|Studies In The Scriptures: Series 1-7||Watchtower||JW 27-33|
|Survival Into A New Earth||No Author Given||JW 83|
|Then Is Finished The Mystery Of God||Watchtower||JW 36|
|Theocratic Ministry School Guidebook||Watchtower||JW 46|
|This Means Everlasting Life||Watchtower||JW 44|
|Thngs In Which It Is Impossible For God To Lie||Watchtower||JW 22|
|Thus Saith...the Governing Body Of Jehovah's Wit..||Watters, Randall||JW 73|
|True Peace And Security-from What Source?||Watchtower||JW 14|
|Truth Shall Make You Free||Watchtower||JW 51|
|Truth That Leads To Eternal Life||Watchtower||JW 15|
|Vindication||Rutherford, J.F.||JW 56|
|Watchtower 1978||No Author Given||JW 75|
|Watchtower 1982||No Author Given||JW 76|
|Watchtower Publications Index 1966-70||Watchtower||JW 38|
|We Left Jehovah's Witnesses||Gruss, Edmond C.||JW 72|
|What Has Religion Done For Mankind||Watchtower||JW 17|
|Yearbook Series, 1970-1983||No Author Given||JW 37|
|You Can Live Forever In Paradise On Earth||Watch Tower||JW 92|
|Your Will Be Done On Earth||Watchtower||JW 39|
|Your Youth: Getting The Best Out Of It||Watchtower||JW 16|
|Archko Volume||Mcintosh/twyman||JES 02|
|Sacred Mushroom And The Cross||Allegro, John M.||JES 01|
|Decieved: The Jonestown Tragedy||White, Mel||JON 01|
|Chosen People||Allegro, John M.||JUD 01|
|Zionism And Racism||No Author Given||JUD 02|
|Black And White: Its Theory And Practice||Shak, Sirdar Ikbal||MISC 04|
|Ages In The Scriptures||Gelesnoff, Vladimir||MISC 25|
|America's Promise||No Author Given||MISC 23|
|Brilliant Life Of Munetada Kurozumi||Nobuhara, Taisen||MISC 08|
|Commentaries On Living||Krishnamurti, J.||MISC 10|
|Consciousness Reformation||Wuthnow, Robert||MISC 16|
|Das Energi||William, Paul||MISC 26|
|Day X||Koch, Kurt||MISC 21|
|Earth: Theater Of The Universe||No Author Given||MISC 27|
|Education And The Significance Of Life||Krishnamurti, J.||MISC 11|
|Fifty Years In The Church Of Rome||Chiniquy, Charles||MISC 17|
|First And Last Freedom||Krishnamurti, J.||MISC 12|
|From Darkness To Light: Poems And Parables||Krishnamurti, J.||MISC 18|
|Heirs Of The Promise: Abraham's Children||Emry, Sheldon||MISC 15|
|Life Ahead||Krishnamurti, J.||MISC 13|
|Magic, Science And Religion||Malinowski, B.||MISC 05|
|Maharishi International University Catalogue 74/75||Maharishi Intn'l Uni||MISC 29|
|Mystery Of Freemasonry Unveiled||Cardinal Of Chile||MISC 20|
|New Teachings For An Awakening Humanity||No Author Given||MISC 28|
|Parents, Peers And Pot||Manatt, Marsha||MISC 07|
|Rapture Of The Saints||Mcdougall, Duncan||MISC 06|
|Snapping: American's Epidemic Of Sudden Personal..||Conway/siegelman||MISC 09|
|Symbolism Of The Scriptures||Williams, R.L.||MISC 24|
|Think On These Things||Krishnamurti, J.||MISC 14|
|Unity Way Of Life||Bach, Marcus||MISC 19|
|America In God's Providence||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 08|
|Christianity In Crisis: New Hope||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 09|
|Communism: A Critique And Counter Proposal||No Author Given||MOON 02|
|Deprogramming: Documenting The Issue||No Author Given||MOON 03|
|Divine Principle||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 10|
|Evangelical-unification Dialogue||Qebedeaux/sawatsky||MOON 17|
|Exploring Unification Theology||Hodges/bryant||MOON 04|
|God's Hope For America||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 11|
|God's Warning To The World||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 22|
|Introduction To The Causa Worldview||Causa Institute||MOON 25|
|Introduction To The Cause Worldview||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 23|
|Mind Garden||Moon, Ye-jin||MOON 13|
|New Hope: Twelve Talks By...||Moon, Sun Myung||MOON 12|
|Our Response||No Author Given||MOON 14|
|Outline Of The Principle (level 4)||No Author Given||MOON 21|
|Principle Of Creation||No Author Given||MOON 16|
|Puppet Master||Yamamoto, J. Isamu||MOON 20|
|Sun Myung And Moon And The Unification Church||Sontag, Frederick||MOON 18|
|Time For Consideration||Bryant/richardson||MOON 01|
|To Bigotry, No Sanction||Durst, Mose||MOON 24|
|Towards A Global Conference Of World Religions||Lewis, Warren||MOON 07|
|Truth Is My Sword||Park, Co. Bo Hi||MOON 15|
|Unification Theology And Christian Thought||Kim, Young Oon||MOON 05|
|Unification Thought||No Author Given||MOON 19|
|World Religions||Kim, Young Oon||MOON 06|
|"a Parallel"-the Basis Of The Book Of Mormon||Hougey, Hal||MOR 047|
|3,913 Changes In The Book Of Mormon||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 029|
|A Marvelous Work And Wonder||Richards||MOR 130|
|Aaronic Priesthood||Mcconkie, Oscar W.||MOR 115|
|Aaronic Priesthood Through The Centuries||Palmer, Lee A.||MOR 122|
|Adam Is God: Brigham Young's False Teaching||Vlachos, Chris Alex||MOR 030|
|Answering Dr. Clandestine||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 013|
|Archaeology And The Book Of Mormon||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 014|
|Autobiography Of Elder Joseph Luff||Luff, Joseph||MOR 090|
|Be Thou An Example||Hinckley, Gordon B.||MOR 104|
|Bible And Mormon Doctrine||Tanner, Sandra||MOR 015|
|Book Of Abraham Papyrus Found||Marquardt, H.M.||MOR 003|
|Book Of Mormon||Smith, Joseph||MOR 038|
|Book Of Mormon In Chinese||No Author Given||MOR 066|
|Book Of Mormon On Tria||West, Jack||MOR 068|
|By What Authority||Cheville, Roy||MOR 039|
|Case Against Mormonism||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 016|
|Changes In Joseph Smith's History||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 017|
|Changes In The Pearl Of Great Price||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 064|
|Commandments And Promise Of God||Brockbank, Bernard||MOR 073|
|Concerned Christians||No Author Given||MOR 070|
|Critical Look||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 018|
|Delusions||Campbell, Alexander||MOR 042|
|Did Spalding Write The Book Of Mormon||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 019|
|Discourses Of Brigham Young||Widtsoe, John A.||MOR 052|
|Divine Center||Covey, Stephen||MOR 101|
|Doctrinal New Testament Commentary||Mcconkie, Bruce R.||MOR 080|
|Doctrine And Covenants Of The Church Of Jesus ...||No Author Given||MOR 043|
|Doctrine And Covenants; Pearl Of Great Price||Smith, Joseph||MOR 069|
|Doctrines Of Salvation-vol. 1||Smith, Joseph F.||MOR 056|
|Doctrines Of Salvation-vol. 2||Smith, Joseph F.||MOR 057|
|Doctrines Of Salvation-vol. 3||Smith, Joseph F.||MOR 058|
|Effective Missionary||Graren, Rulon G.||MOR 074|
|Elders Journal 1837-1838||Smith, Joseph||MOR 011|
|Even As I Am||Maxwell, Neal A.||MOR 084|
|Falsification Of Josephy Smith's History||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 020|
|For Missionaries Only!||Beardall, C. Douglas||MOR 106|
|Gifts Of The Spirit||Crowther Duane S.||MOR 099|
|Goals||Dunn, Paul; Eyre, R.||MOR 103|
|God, Family, Country||Benson, Ezra T.||MOR 072|
|Gospel Doctrine||Smith, Joseph F.||MOR 053|
|Gospel Priniciples||No Author Given||MOR 044|
|History Of The Church ... Index||Howick, Keith (ed.)||MOR 098|
|History Of The Church ... Period 1 Vol.1||Smith, Joseph||MOR 091|
|History Of The Church ... Period 1 Vol.2||Smith, Joseph||MOR 092|
|History Of The Church ... Period 1 Vol.3||Smith, Joseph||MOR 093|
|History Of The Church ... Period 1 Vol.4||Smith, Joseph||MOR 094|
|History Of The Church ... Period 1 Vol.5||Smith, Joseph||MOR 095|
|History Of The Church ... Period 1 Vol.6||Smith, Joseph||MOR 096|
|History Of The Church ... Period 2 Vol. 7||Young, Brigham||MOR 097|
|Holy Temple||Packer, Boyd K||MOR 085|
|Hymns||No Author Given||MOR 124|
|I Challenge You...||Dunn, Paul H.||MOR 112|
|I Challenge You... I Promise You... Vol.2||Dunn, Paul H.||MOR 111|
|Isaiah: Prophet, Seer And Poet||Ludlow, Victor L.||MOR 078|
|Jesus The Christ||Talmage, James||MOR 126|
|Joseph Smith Among The Egyptians||Walters, Wesley P.||MOR 031|
|Joseph Smith And Money Digging||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 021|
|Joseph Smith And Polygamy||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 022|
|Joseph Smith Begins His Work||Wood, Wilford C.||MOR 037|
|Joseph Smith Begins His Work: Book Of Mormon, 1830||Wood, Wilford C.||MOR 036|
|Joseph Smith Papyri||Nelson, D.J.||MOR 006|
|Joseph Smith's "eye Of Ra"||Nelson, D.J.||MOR 007|
|Joseph Smith's Bainbridge Ny Court Trials||Walters, Wesley P.||MOR 032|
|Joseph Smith's History By His Mother||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 061|
|Joy In Oneness||Rasband, Ester||MOR 087|
|Le Grand Richards Speaks||Richards, Le Grand||MOR 088|
|Life In Utah||Beadle, J.H.||MOR 065|
|Look At Your World||Dunn, Paul H.||MOR 108|
|Lorenzo Snow||Gibbons, Francis M.||MOR 076|
|March Of The Mormon Battalion||Golder, Frank A.||MOR 001|
|Marking The Scriptures||Ludlow, Daniel H.||MOR 116|
|Marvelous Work And A Wonder||Richards, Legrand||MOR 009|
|Marvelous Work And Wonder||Richards, Legrand||MOR 119|
|Maze Of Mormonism||Martin, Walter||MOR 062|
|Messenger And Advocate, 1834-1836||No Author Given||MOR 005|
|Millenial Messiah||Mcconkie, Bruce R.||MOR 081|
|Miracle Of Forgiveness||Kimball, Spencer W.||MOR 059|
|Missionary Pal||Marston, Keith||MOR 045|
|Mormon Doctrine||Mcconkie, Bruce R.||MOR 079|
|Mormon Kingdom||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 023|
|Mormon Scriptures And The Bible||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 024|
|Mormon Spies, Hughes And The C.i.a.||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 025|
|Mormonism Like Watergate?||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 026|
|Mormonism Vs. The Bible||Cushing, Bruce L.||MOR 046|
|Mormonism: Shadow Or Reality?||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 027|
|Mormons And Negroes||Tanner, Jerald And S||MOR 028|
|Mortal Messiah||Mcconkie, Bruce R.||MOR 083|
|N. Eldon Tanner||Durham, G. Homer||MOR 075|
|Nauvoo: Kingdom On The Mississippi||Flanders, Robert B.||MOR 067|
|Noah And The Flood||Peterson, Mark E.||MOR 086|
|Pearl Of Great Price||Smith, Joseph||MOR 012|
|Pop Music & Morality||De Azevedo, Lex||MOR 110|
|Prayer||Kimball, Et. Al.||MOR 113|
|President Kimball Speaks Out||Kimball, Spencer W.||MOR 077|
|Priest In The Aaronic Priesthood||Mcconkie, Oscar||MOR 102|
|Priesthood||Kimball, Spencer||MOR 127|
|Priesthood And Church Government||Widtsoe, John A.||MOR 060|
|Promised Messiah||Mcconkie, Bruce R.||MOR 082|
|Put On The Whole Armor Of God||Hartshorn, Leon R.||MOR 121|
|Spiritual Roots Of Human Relations||Covey, Stephen||MOR 100|
|Strange Marriages Of Sarah Ann Whitney To Joseph..||Marquardt, H.M.||MOR 004|
|Study Of The Articles Of Faith||Talmage, James||MOR 125|
|Teachings Of The Prophet Joseph Smith||Smith, Joseph F.||MOR 051|
|Testimony||Stoker, H. Stephen||MOR 118|
|The Restored Church||Berrett, William E.||MOR 107|
|Through Clouds And Sunshine...||Black, Don J.||MOR 109|
|To Grow In Spirit||Christensen, Joe J.||MOR 105|
|To Him That Believeth||Babbel, Frederick,||MOR 071|
|Tools For Missionaries||Von Harrison, Grant||MOR 120|
|Translation And Study Of Facsimile No. 3 In The...||Nelson, D.J.||MOR 008|
|Truth And Evidence||Koury, Aleah G.||MOR 048|
|Truth Restored||Hinckley, Gordon B.||MOR 117|
|Uniform System For Teaching Families||No Author Given||MOR 114|
|View Of The Hebrews||Smith, Ethan||MOR 010|
|What Is The Book Of Mormon||No Author Given||MOR 128|
|What Of The Mormons||Hinckley, Gordon B.||MOR 002|
|What's Going On Here?||Witte,bob||MOR 034|
|Where Does It Say That?||Witte, Bob||MOR 050|
|Who Really Wrote The Book Of Mormon||Cowdrey, Wayne||MOR 063|
|Why Egyptologists Reject The Book Of Abraham||No Author Given||MOR 033|
|Witness To The Divine Authenticity Of The Book...||No Author Given||MOR 041|
|Witnessing To Mormons||Witte, Bob||MOR 035|
|Elephant In The Dark||Shah, Idres||MUS 04|
|Kasidah Of Haji Abdu El-yezdi||Burton, Sir Richard||MUS 01|
|Magic Monastery||Sha, Idries||MUS 05|
|Reflections||Shah, Idries||MUS 06|
|Rose-gardon Of Shekh Muslihud-din||Eastwick, Edward B.||MUS 02|
|Tale Of The Four Dervishes Of Amir Khusru||Shah, Amina||MUS 03|
|Wisdom Of The Idiots||Shah, Idries||MUS 07|
|Avatar Of Night: The Hidden Side Of Sai Baba||Brooke, Tal||MYS 08|
|Dimensions Beyond The Known||Rajneesh, Bhagwan S.||MYS 07|
|Eternal Quest||Rajneesh, Bhagwan S.||MYS 06|
|Great Challenge||Rajneesh, Bhagwan S.||MYS 09|
|Life And Teaching||Spalding, Baird T.||MYS 01-5|
|Aliens Among Us||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 42|
|Atlantis, The Eighth Continent||Berlitz, Charles||NAM 10|
|Awakening, A Dream Journal||Foreman, Ellen||NAM 23|
|Book On Mediums||Kardec, Allan||NAM 32|
|Born To Heal||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 41|
|Channelers, A New Age Directory||Westen, Robin||NAM 77|
|Channeling, How To Reach Your Spirit Guides||Ridall, Kathryn||NAM 53|
|Climb The Highest Mountain||Prophet, Mark Et Al||NAM 52|
|Color And Crystals||Gardner, Joy||NAM 26|
|Color Magic||Don, Frank||NAM 20|
|Companions Along The Way||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 43|
|Companions In Spirit||Garfield, Laeh||NAM 24|
|Creating Money||Roman, Sanaya||NAM 57|
|Creative Dreaming||Garfield, Patricia||NAM 25|
|Crystal Power||Smith, Michael G.||NAM 64|
|Dead Are Alive||Sherman, Harold||NAM 60|
|Death Brings Many Surprises||Coddington, Robert||NAM 19|
|Develop Your Child's Psychic Abilities||Burns, Litany||NAM 13|
|Develop Your Psychic Abilities||Burns, Litany||NAM 14|
|Develop Your Psychic Skills||Hoffman, Enid||NAM 28|
|Discovering Your Past Lives||Chadwick, Gloria||NAM 17|
|Dream Power||Faraday, Ann||NAM 21|
|Encyclopedic Psychic Dictionary||Bletzer, June||NAM 11|
|Expand Your Psychic Skills||Hoffman, Enid||NAM 31|
|Fatima Prophecy||Stanford, Ray||NAM 66|
|Fifth Dimension||Petersen-lowary, S.||NAM 51|
|Focus On Crystals||Harold, Edmund||NAM 27|
|Footsteps Along The Path||Peck, Paul Lachlan||NAM 01|
|Freeway To Health, Vol. 4||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 04|
|Freeway To Human Love, Vol. 6||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 06|
|Freeway To Personal Growth, Vol. 7||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 07|
|Freeway To Work And Wealth, Vol. 5||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 05|
|Handbook Of The Aura||Gregory, Laneta||NAM 29|
|Helping Yourself With Self-hypnosis||Caprio, Frank S.||NAM 16|
|Hot Numbers||Simpson, Jean||NAM 63|
|How To Make Esp Work For You||Sherman, Harold||NAM 61|
|How To Read The Aura, Practice Psychometry, ...||Butler, W.E.||NAM 15|
|Human Aura||Kuthumi||NAM 35|
|Inherit The Kingdom, Vol. 2||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 02|
|Journeys Out Of The Body||Monroe, Robert A.||NAM 40|
|Karma, The Universal Law Of Harmony||Hanson, Virginia||NAM 30|
|Kundalini For The New Age||Krishna, Gopi||NAM 34|
|Life After Life||Moody, Raymond A.||NAM 49|
|Lighting The Light Within||Sutphen, Dick||NAM 68|
|Living With Joy||Roman, Sanaya||NAM 58|
|Meditation: Man-perfection In God-satisfaction||Chinmoy, Sri||NAM 18|
|Milestones Of The Way, Vol. 3||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 03|
|Natural Esp||Swann, Ingo||NAM 73|
|New Age Catalogue||Body, Mind, Spirit||NAM 12|
|Opening To Channel, How To Connect With Your Guide||Roman, Sanaya Et Al||NAM 54|
|Operation Redemption||Trevelyan, George||NAM 76|
|Out-of-body Adventures||Stack, Rick||NAM 65|
|Out-of-body Experiences, A Handbook||Mitchell, Janet L.||NAM 39|
|Past Lives, Future Loves||Sutphen, Dick||NAM 69|
|Personal Power Through Awareness||Roman, Sanaya||NAM 59|
|Psychic Energy Workbook||Miller, R. Michael||NAM 37|
|Pyramid Power||Toth, Max||NAM 75|
|Ramtha, Voyage To The New World||Mahr, Douglas J.||NAM 36|
|Search For Truth||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 44|
|Sedona: Psychic Energy Vortexes||Sutphen, Dick||NAM 70|
|Seth||Roberts, Jane||NAM 55|
|Seth Speaks||Roberts, Jane||NAM 56|
|Spirit Guides||Belhayes, Iris||NAM 09|
|Spiritual Counterfeits Project||No Author Given||NAM 81|
|Star People||Steiger, Brad Et Al||NAM 67|
|State Of Mind, My Story Ramtha...||Knight, Jz||NAM 33|
|Strangers Among Us||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 45|
|Threshold To Tomorrow||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 46|
|Unquiet Dead||Fiore, Edith||NAM 22|
|Unseen Influences||Sutphen, Dick||NAM 71|
|Way Of The Peaceful Warrior||Millman, Dan||NAM 38|
|We Don't Die||Peck, Paul L.||NAM 08|
|World Before||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 47|
|World Beyond||Montgomery, Ruth||NAM 48|
|You And Your Aura||Ostrom, Joseph||NAM 50|
|You Live After Death||Sherman, Harold||NAM 62|
|You Were Born Again To Be Together||Sutphen, Dick||NAM 72|
|Your Past Lives, A Reincarnation Handbook||Talbot, Michael||NAM 74|
|Zolar's Book Of The Spirits||Zolar||NAM 78|
|Zolar's Encyclopedia & Dictionary Of Dreams||Zolar||NAM 79|
|Zolar's Encyclopedia Of Ancient And Forbidden....||Zolar||NAM 80|
|Deeper Life||Freeman, Hobart E.||NWF 01|
|Book Of The Damned||Fort, Charles||PRP 03|
|Fate's Strangest Mysteries||Fate Magazine Editor||PRP 02|
|Stranger Than Science||Edwards, Frank||PRP 01|
|A Haunting Of Bishop Pike||Unger, Merrill F.||PK 01|
|Adventures Into The Psychic||Stearn, Jess||PSP 02|
|Psychic Discoveries Behind The Iron Curtain||Ostrander/schroeder||PSP 01|
|Telecult Power||Dubin, Reese P.||PSP 03|
|Third Eye||Rampa, T. Lobsang||PSP 04|
|Reincarnation-a Christian Appraisal||Albrecht, Mark||REIN 03|
|Reincarnation: The Phoneix Fire Mystery||Head/cranston||REIN 01|
|World Within||Cerminara, Gina||REIN 02|
|Book Introducing The E-meter||Hubbard, L. Ron||SCI 01|
|Book Of Case Remedies||Hubbard, L. Ron||SCI 02|
|Book Of E-meter Drills||Hubbard, L. Ron||SCI 03|
|Child Scientology||Frater, Denver||SCI 06|
|Control And The Mechanics Of S.c.s.||Hubbard, L. Ron||SCI 04|
|Dianetics: The Modern Science Of Mental Health||Hubbard, L. Ron||SCI 07|
|E Meter Essentials 1961||Hubbard, L. Ron||SCI 05|
|Advent Keepsake||No Author Given||SDA 01|
|Beacon Lights Of Prophecy||Spicer, W.A.||SDA 04|
|Bible Story||Maxwell, Arthur S.||SDA 11|
|Church Hymnal||No Author Given||SDA 02|
|Daniel And The Revelation||Smith, Uriah||SDA 13|
|Desire Of Ages||White, Ellen G.||SDA 05|
|Give Us This Day||Pierson, Robert H.||SDA 03|
|Great Controversy Between Christ And Satan||White, Ellen G.||SDA 06|
|Open Secrets||Gray, Marjorie & Don||SDA 14|
|Protestant Dilemnna||Lewis, Richard||SDA 09|
|Seventh Day Adventist Fact Book||No Author Given||SDA 08|
|Steps To Christ||White, Ellen G.||SDA 10|
|Story Of Patriarchs And Prophets||White, Ellen G.||SDA 07|
|Uncle Arthur's Bedtime Stories||Maxwell, Arthur S.||SDA 12|
|Callenging Counterfeit||Gasson, Raphael||SPR 03|
|I Talked With Spirits||Ernest, Victor H.||SPR 02|
|Spirit World||Phillips, Mccandlish||SPR 01|
|Five Years Of Theosophy||No Author Given||TH 07|
|Reincarnaton: A Lost Chord In Modern Thought||Wright, Leoline L.||TH 01|
|Secret Doctrine||Blavatsky, H.P.||TH 03-06|
|Theosophy And New Thought||Sheldon, Henry C.||TH 02|
|Fundamentals Of Yoga||Mishra, Rammurti S.||TM 04|
|How To Responsd To Transcendental Meditation||Gerberding, Keith A.||TM 05|
|Transcendental Hesitation||Miller, Calvin||TM 02|
|Transcendental Meditation||Fore, Jack||TM 06|
|What Everyone Should Know About Transcendental...||Lewis, Gordon R.||TM 01|
|Bibliography On Transcendentalism||No Author Given||TRN 01|
|Jesus Christ Passover||Wierwille, Victor P.||WAY 01|
|Orientalisms Of The Bible||Pillai||WAY 05|
|Power For Abundant Living||Wierwille, Victor P.||WAY 03|
|Receiving The Holy Spirit Today||Wierwille, Victor P.||WAY 02|
|Studies In Abundant Living||Wierwille, Victor P.||WAY 04|
|Book Of Fate||Raphael||WIT 03|
|Complete Book Of Magic And Witchcraft||Paulson, Kathryn||WIT 07|
|Do-it-yourself Witchcraft Guide||Sevarg, Luba||WIT 04|
|Helping Yourself With White Witchcraft||Manning, Al G.||WIT 09|
|Letters On Demonology And Witchcraft||Scott, Sir Walter||WIT 06|
|Practical Candle Burning||Buckland, Raymond||WIT 08|
|Treasury Of Witchcraft||Wedeck, Harry E.||WIT 01|
|Witchcraft Today||Ebon, Martin||WIT 05|
|Witchcraft U.s.a.||Hershman, Florence||WIT 02|
|A World Held Captive||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 74|
|All About Water Baptism||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 27|
|All Abut Water Baptism||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 75|
|Are We Living In The Last Days?||No Author Given||WCG 26|
|Armstrong Error||Deloach, Charles F||WCG 37|
|Autobiography Of Herbert W. Armstrong||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 42|
|Autobiography Of Herbert W. Armstrong, Vol. 1||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 02|
|Book Of Revelation: Unveiled At Last!||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 22|
|Crime Can Be Stopped...here's How!||No Author Given||WCG 12|
|Did God Create A Devil?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 83|
|Does God Exist?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 18|
|Ending Your Financial Worries||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 32|
|Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse||No Author Given||WCG 23|
|Has Time Been Lost?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 71|
|How To Have A Happy Marriage||Kelly et al.||WCG 85|
|How To Study The Bible||Hill, David Jon||WCG 24|
|Human Nature Did God Create It?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 64|
|Incredible Human Potential||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 34|
|Is God Trying To Save The World Now?||Meredith/armstrong||WCG 57|
|Is Sex Sin?||No Author Given||WCG 30|
|Is There Life After Death?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 78|
|Just What Do You Mean Conversion||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 07|
|Just What Do You Mean-born Again?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 52|
|Just What Do You Mean...conversion?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 62|
|Just What Do You Mean...kingdom Of God?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 13|
|Lazarus And The Rich Man||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 81|
|Love, Marriage, & Sex||Armstrong et al.||WCG 86|
|Missing Dimension In Sex||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 35|
|Mystery Of The Ages||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 40|
|Never Before Understood||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 08|
|Never Before Understood. Why Humanity Cannot...||Sedliacik et al.||WCG 67|
|Pagan Holidays Of God's Holy Days-which?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 63|
|Pagan Holidays-or God's Holy Days-which?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 25|
|Plain Truth About Christmas||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 16|
|Plain Truth About Easter||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 15|
|Plain Truth About Healing||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 09|
|Principles Of Healthful Living||Meredith, et al.||WCG 69|
|Real Jesus||Armstrong, Garner T.||WCG 01|
|Resurection Was Not On Sunday||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 05|
|Russia & China In Prophecy||Hogberg et al.||WCG 72|
|Seven Laws Of Success||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 17|
|Ten Commandments||No Author Given||WCG 14|
|The Bible Story||No Author Given||WCG 43-8|
|The Book Of Revelation Unveiled At Last||Herbert Armstrong||WCG 50|
|The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse||No Author Given||WCG 49|
|The Middle East In Prophecy||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 82|
|The Missing Dimension In Sex||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 39|
|The Plain Truth About Christmas||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 77|
|The Plain Truth About Easter||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 76|
|The Resurrection Was Not On Sunday||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 80|
|The Seven Laws Of Success||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 55|
|The United States And Britain In Prophecy||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 70|
|The Wonderful World Tomorrow||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 68|
|The World Won't End This Way||Snyder et al.||WCG 79|
|This Is The Worldwide Church Of God||No Author Given||WCG 28|
|Tongues Question||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 04|
|United States And Britain In Prophecy||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 36|
|What Do You Mean-the Unpardonable Sin||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 51|
|What Do You Mean...salvation?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 65|
|What Is Faith?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 10|
|What Is Man?||Sedliacik et al.||WCG 66|
|What Is The Reward Of The Saved?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 73|
|What Is The True Gospel||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 20|
|What Is The True Gospel?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 60|
|What Science Can't Discover About The Human Mind||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 54|
|What Will You Be Doing In The Next Life?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 56|
|Where Is The True Church?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 59|
|Which Day Is The Christian Sabbath?||Meredith/armstrong||WCG 58|
|Who Or What Is The Prophetic Beast?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 87|
|Why Were You Born?||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 53|
|Wonderful World Tomorrow||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 11|
|World Peace. How It Will Come.||Armstrong, Herbert W.||WCG 84|
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Welcome to the Jessie C. Eury Library! We encourage you to become familiar with the Library's services and resources. Our staff and student assistants are always available to answer any questions you may have. This website organizes the Library's online resources and provides helpful information for using the Library, both online and in-person. As a student this is your Library, so we hope you will find it a valuable asset in your pursuit of lifelong learning and use it often.
Nancy J. Olson, Director
The Jessie C. Eury Library offers more than 170,000 items which are shared by the entire University. Its print collection of over 105,000 items includes a 6,000 volume refernce collection.
The Library subscribes to almost 9,000 journals - nearly 400 in print and over 8,000 in full-text. The Library provides access to online reference tools, subject-specific research programs, 45,000 e-books, and over 30 journal databases.
The Library has three special collections - a teacher education collection with more than 4,000 resource items; a religious heritage book and journal collection of over 2,000 volumes; and an online collection of more than 9,000 digitized hymns from selected 19th century hymnals of the Stone-Campbell Movement.
The Library also contains an extensive media collection of over 30,000 items, including DVDs, videos, CDs, slides, and cassettes that can be checked out.
Policies concerning fines, fees, and checking items out from the library.
Reference books, journals, rare book room items, microfilms, and certain special collections cannot be checked out.
Reference books, journals, rare book room items, microfilms, and certain special collections cannot be checked out.
If you are unable to renew books from the Jessie C. Eury Library, please call the Library Front Desk at (217) 732-7788 ext. 2234
To renew media items, please call the Media Front Desk at (217) 732-7788 ext. 2284 or email media.
The number of times an item may be renewed depends on the item type and patron classification.
It is strongly recommended that you use a mailing service that can be tracked, since you are responsible for items lost in the mail. Please allow sufficient time for items to reach us during shipping.
|Books||$0.25 per day|
|Recalled Books||$1.00 per day|
|Educational Assessments & Tests||$1.00 per day|
|Commentaries||$1.00 per day|
|7-Day Reserves||$5.00 per day|
|2-Day Reserves||$5.00 per day|
|1-Day Reserves||$1.00 per day|
|All Other Reserves||$1.00 per hour|
|Media Items||$0.10 per hour or $1.00 per day|
|Teacher Education Materials||$0.50 per day|
Items which circulate overnight (such as Reference Commentaries and Overnight Reserves) may be checked out one hour before the library closes and are due one hour after the library opens the next day that we are open.
Overdue fines are charged on all items as described in the above chart and must be paid at the Library Front Desk. Fines that have not been paid within one month will be charged a $10 processing fee and added to the student's account in the Accounting Office.
The Library allows students registered for a Master's thesis or D.Min. project to check out books for a four month circulation period, as opposed to the four week circulation period for other borrowers. Please inform library staff when you are checking out items for your Master's thesis or D.Min. project in order to receive the expanded circulation period.
The Jessie C. Eury Library is able to allow a TA or other designated individual check out books for you by proxy. Proxy patrons are able to check out books for faculty use on the faculty member's library account by showing their student ID and stating they are checking books out for you. Proxy patrons may not check out books for their personal use on your account even if they are working on a research project with you. Proxy patron status allows library staff to be certain a student is allowed to check out books for you and eliminates the need for faculty members to give their personal ID to a student.
To set up a Proxy Patron print out this form and return a signed copy to the Library.
The Library is able to offer the following services for those who are not currently students or employees of Lincoln Christian University:
Alumni may check out books from the Jessie C. Eury via a Courtesy Card. Current members of the Alumni Association may obtain a Courtesy Card for $15 per year by presenting their current Alumni Association Membership Card. A Courtesy Card is $25 per year without an Alumni Association membership.
Illinois residents may obtain a Courtesy Card for $25 per year, otherwise they may request books through their local public library.
Individuals from out of state who wish to borrow books from the Jessie C. Eury Library need to contact their local public library. Frequently, local public libraries are able to borrow books from other nearby libraries.
Churches may participate in the Media Services Club Plan. Church membership in the Media Services Club Plan does not allow individuals the ability to check out books from the Jessie C. Eury Library. Individuals who wish to check out books must obtain a Courtesy Card.
Policies describing the location and use of photcopiers in the library.
There is a photocopier located in the library that is for student use. The photocopier also serves as a scanner and can be used to scan and email documents to a student's email address. The document can be scanned as either a PDF file (the default) or a TIFF file.
While much of the photocopying that is done for academic work falls under the heading of "fair use," it is the responsibility of each patron to understand and comply with the United States laws governing copyrighted materials.
Policies describing the location and use of computers in the library.
There are a number of research computers in the Library. These computers have access to all of the Library's online research tools. Word processing and other office applications are not available on these computers.
There are several laptop and netbook computers available for checkout from the Library front desk. These computers are available for in-library use only. They may be checked out for two hours and are renewable. They have access to the Library's online research tools and office applications. These computers are able to print to the student photocopier. Printing, like photocopying, costs 10 cents per page.
Logos Bible Study software is available on a limited number of the research computers and laptop computers. If you need access to one of these machines, please ask at the Library front desk.
LCU provides access to its wireless network in the Library. If you have difficulty getting your computer to connect to the wireless network please contact Campus Technology.
Policies covering a variety of topics, from food in the library to the use of library phones by the public.
Loud noises and conversations are not permitted in the Library. Anyone guilty of "disturbing the peace" will be asked to leave and may become subject to further disciplinary action. The Library is a place of study, not a social center.
Food is not permitted in the Library. Drinks are allowed in covered containers (e.g., bottles with screw-on tops, coffee cups with lids.) Anyone violating this rule will be asked to leave and the food and / or non-covered drink confiscated.
The phones in the Library are for library staff use only. If you need to make a phone call, please use the pay phone down the hall. If it is an on-campus call, there is a courtesy phone located next to the pay phone. If someone needs to get in touch with you, please do NOT have them call the Library unless it is an emergency (finding out when to be home for dinner is not an emergency). The Library does not have sufficient staff to page people for calls.
The "unauthorized borrowing" of library materials is otherwise known as stealing and is subject to school and legal discipline. Please do NOT take items out of the Library without checking them out. It is not only illegal, it is very inconsiderate to fellow students and staff who also need these materials. The Library has installed a security system in order to remind borrowers to check out materials properly at the front desk before leaving the Library. The Library is not responsible for any personal items (pencils, radios, notebook computers, etc.) left unattended.
Children in the Library must always be accompanied by an adult. Unattended children will be asked to leave.
The Jessie C. Eury Library of Lincoln Christian University is an academic library whose mission is to facilitate the teaching, research, and lifelong learning of its students and faculty by assessing, anticipating, and providing essential resources, services, and instruction.
The Jessie C. Eury Library achieves its mission by:
From a beginning donation of 500 books in 1944 from the Webber Street Church of Christ (Urbana, IL) the Jessie C. Eury Library has grown to a collection of 127,000 items, making it the largest library among the independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ.
Miss Jessie C. Eury, in whose honor the library is named, was the chief librarian from 1944 until her retirement in 1980. She passed away in 1988.
After Miss Eury, Tom Tanner served as Library Director. He left the library to become Academic Dean of Lincoln Christian College (1994-2009). Since 1994, Nancy J. Olson has served as the Library Director of the Jessie C. Eury Library.
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Located in America's heartland, Lincoln Christian University has a heart for the world in all its diversity because God does. We desire diversity for the educational value that it provides to our Christian higher education community as we seek unity amidst diversity. We want a learning environment that engages men and women of various ages, cultures, nationalities, races, abilities, exceptionalities, and socio-economic backgrounds who support our mission and core values for Christian unity and Biblical authority in carrying out God's global mission.
After hours emergency contact and security: 217.737.0159
The purpose of these "Emergency Management Guidelines" is to safeguard the students, employees, property, and integrity of Lincoln Christian University in the event of an emergency.
In managing emergencies, the first priority is the safety of our students and employees, and in any case of doubt, one should always err on the side of safety. The second priority is clear and appropriate communication so that all affected parties understand what is expected of them and for what time period. The third priority is the desirability of returning to normal routine functions as quickly and safely as possible, including the continuous protection of our property, plant, and equipment so that returning to routine is feasible.
Part of the process in protecting the integrity of the institution in responding to any emergency is to have a single voice to speak for the institution, especially to off-campus constituents, whether those constituents are news media, the general public, our alumni, or constituent churches. In most emergencies, only the President or the Provost is authorized to speak officially for the institution, especially to off-campus entities. All requests for information from off-campus personnel, especially from news media, should be referred to one of these two individuals.
An emergency is any event that affects significantly the routine functions of all or part of the campus, including life threatening situations, and requires some kind of immediate response that is not routine. Emergencies may range from minor (cancelling some classes due to bad weather) to severe (evacuating the entire campus due to a threat). An emergency may or may not imply an immediate threat to life, since a blizzard or a power outage could be viewed as an emergency but not necessarily be life-threatening.Emergency Notification Signup
Anyone who witnesses or recieves information regarding a campus emergency is instructed to contact the Emergency Management Team (EMT). They can be reached by phone:
|7:30am - 4:30pm||217.737.6010||Director of Facility Management|
|4:30am - 7:30am||
If the incident involves a Level 1 (Minor Emergency), Facility Management or Campus Security will take steps to remedy the situation utilizing the appropriate University Departments and outside resources. Appropriate members of the campus community will be contact for their assistance.
If the incident involves a Level 2 or 3 (Major Emergency or Disaster), Facility Management/Campus Security will contact appropriate member of the Emergency Management Team (EMT). The decision to declare an emergency will rest with the president or his designee.
"911" phone calls made on campus phones (##911) or your cell phone (911) will be answered by local police. In order to assist the dispatch in processing the call quickly and efficently, please be prepared to give the following information:
Stay on the line until you are told to hang up. Make sure that you (the caller) are not in danger.