A good resource for those of us involved in theological research and reporting...
Online theological resources for education and ecumenical dialogue
The Global Digital Library on Theology and Ecumenism (GlobeTheoLib) is a multi-lingual global digital library on theology and ecumenism that offers access to more than 200,000 texts, documents and other academic resources.
GlobeTheoLib is in Beta. That means that you might try out new features that are still in development, or even run into technical issues from time to time. To signal issues that you think need addressing, please use the contact form.
GlobeTheoLib aims to:
- use new digital models of information exchange to create greater visibility for theological knowledge and insights from churches of the global South;
- make use of information and communication technologies to counter imbalances in global theological education systems;
- respond to the needs of theological colleges, faculties and institutes for quality resources for theological education and research;
- overcome barriers to accessing existing digital content;
- support and enable well-equipped participation in the teaching of Christian theology, the generation of ecumenical and intercultural perspectives, and the formation of a new generation of ecumenical leaders.
GlobeTheoLib has a special focus on intercultural theology and ecumenism, including contextual theologies, world mission and missiology, gender and theology, interreligious dialogue, theological education, and World Christianity.
For individual registered participants, such as theological researchers, educators and students, GlobeTheoLib offers free-of-charge access to:
- journals, magazines, books, training material, dissertations and news documents on theology and ecumenism, with a focus on full text documents
- licensed content such as journals, reference works, and e-books
Registered participants may also submit their own documents and publications to GlobeTheoLib.