Library Features Reformation Display to Promote Theological Library Month

The Lexington Theological Library is featuring a new display celebrating 500 years since Martin Luther’s Reformation. The display is in honor of National Theological Library Month.

LTS students studying in the library

LTS students studying in the library

LTS continues to grow its online collections and services with the addition of 402 e-books (84 percent of the library’s new books this year). The library now co-owns the Digital Theological Library, which offers more than 20,000 e-books and e-journals. The library also continues to subscribe to Oxford Biblical Studies, ATLA Religion Database with Serials (with alumni access), Ministry Matters, Worship Library, and more.

If you have questions, the library website has a new feature: “Ask a Librarian,” a 24/7 online reference service. Visit lextheo.libguides.com/content.php?pid=525686&sid=5125605 and click the chat feature on the right side of the page.

In the past year, the library circulated over 1,000 books as they continue to serve patrons on campus at 230 Lexington Green Circle, Suite 300. Visit the library online at lextheo.libguides.com/home or email them at libraryrefdesk@lextheo.edu.

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