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Theology and Disability: Home

This guide contains resources about theology and disability. There are a variety of resources and topics covered.



This research guide contains a variety of resources about theology and disability. The guide is meant to be both professionally and personally useful as you research and lead. Within this guide, there are books, articles, websites, videos, and more. They are either available in the library or online. The online resources may require a NetID to access, but many are free. We hope that this is a helpful guide for all who seek to learn more about the intersections between theology and disability. As always, let us know if you have any questions or suggestions. We are happy to help/listen.

Common Subject Headings

In the area of theology and disability, there are some shared subject headings that may be helpful as you search for materials. These subject headings will be shared among a variety of resources. Simply conduct a subject search using these terms as a phrase, or put all the terms in quotation marks (e.g., "Church work with people with disabilities"). By doing this, you should discover all the relevant resources with the shared subject heading.

Subject Search

 You can also do a subject browse. To see how this works, use the links below. You can also view resources directly from these links.

*As an alternative, you can also simply use the words "theology" and "disability" in a keyword search.

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