May 4, 2020
As the Kairos Project continues to expand around the world, we are always looking for ways to continue making the journey of discipleship affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful. Today, we are thrilled to announce a new partnership that will greatly enhance the quality and accessibility of theological resources for those engaged in Kairos.
The Kairos Project is now a co-owner of the Digital Theological Library (DTL), “a co-owned, born-digital library of religious and theological studies.” Launched by the Claremont School of Theology, the DTL now counts among its co-owners Gordon Conwell, Missio Seminary, Denver Seminary, and Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (and several others). The mission of the DTL is to provide its co-owning institutions with the highest quality digital resources in religious and theological studies at the lowest possible costs.”
To give you a glimpse of what that means, students, staff, and faculty now have access to a library with over 600,000 ebooks, 22,000 journal titles, 50,000,000 full-text, peer-reviewed articles, and over 150 different databases. In short, Kairos is now a co-owner of the world’s largest digital collection of high-quality digital resources.
With students originating from six continents, the digital nature of the collection is exceedingly useful. However, it is the collection’s depth and breadth of high-quality resources that has enabled the DTL to be highly regarded by the Association of Theological Schools. In fact, it was featured in a 2017 article in In Trust magazine.
Students and faculty will be able to access the DTL through the link to Digital Theological Library on this page.