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Regenerative Ethics: Online Resources

This guide serves as a research tool for the Biblical-Theological Regeneration Assignment. The guide includes resources that may be helpful for completing the necessary research for this assignment. This guide is merely a starting point for deeper, more f


In addition to the physical collection, we also have quite a few online resources, namely databases and ebooks that are very valuable additions to your research. The resources below are very reliable, promising possibilities for your research on the Biblical and theological meanings of regeneration. You will need your NetID to access most of these.



Most ebooks can be discovered by simply searching the library's online catalog. To find eBooks directly, visit the ebooks page on the library website.

These four eBook resources are very good.

The eReference books are also a great place to start or gain familiarity with a topic.

These four eReference resources are also very good.