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MINISTRY OF THE CHURCH: MIN224: General Information

This guide supplements MIN224 - Ministry of the Church taught by Dr. Michael Johnson.
Welcome

This course guide is designed for Dr. Michael Johnson's MIN224 course, Ministry of the Church.  Use the tabs above to help locate some basic materials on each of the course units and to find specifically assigned material.  Additional resources can be found under the Course Bibliography tab and by searching MICAL and Speed Library's databases

The Course Syllabus is available on Dr. Johnson's website.

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You might want to start your search with the subject MISSION OF THE CHURCH

Reference Materials for MIN224

MICAL, the online catalog of Leland Speed Library and the M.C. Law School Library, can be searched by author, title, keyword, or call number to locate materials in print and in other formats.  Below are some titles found in Speed Library's Reference Room to help you begin your  research for Ministry of the Church: 

 

Databases: E-Books

Credo Reference - Search for topics in Critical Terms for Religious Studies

E-Book Collection - Includes books on theology and religion.

Oxford Reference Online: Religion  - Contains several electronic reference books that will be of help.  Simply search for keywords.

Databases: Journals

RELIGION DATABASE

ALTA - Indexes journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays in all areas of religion.  Some full-text included.

GENERAL DATABASES

Academic Search Premier - Provides full-text articles on a broad range of subject areas.

JSTOR - Contains full-text of older journal articles in the humanities and social sciences.

Project Muse - Offers full-text journal articles in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.