We at Cornerstone University are pleased to offer our students at Asia Biblical Theological Seminary many excellent resources. If you don't find your needed resources here, please let us help you with further suggestions. Email us at email@example.com or use the convenient link on the Library home page: “Ask a Librarian.”
Our online catalog makes finding books easy. However, we are unable to mail books outside of the U.S. We suggest finding the titles here that interest you and then using this information to borrow them through a local library or purchase the books.
In order to access your library's electronic resources online you must have a Cornerstone Identification number. To receive an ID number, either send us an email or ask the ABTS office to contact us with the necessary information.
Some books are available as “ebooks." This means they are available for you to download free to your computer for temporary study (up to 6 hours at a time). You can limit your search to ebooks, or find them through regular searching. Click on the link to “Full-text web access.”
See the Subject Guides on “Bible” or “Theology/Religion” for recommended databases and other resources. You will especially find Religious & Theological Abstracts, and ATLA-Religion to be useful databases. The ABTS resources page has instructions for "Using ATLA to Search by Biblical Text".
Remember, we’re just a click away from helping you find what you need: you can click on Ask-a-Librarian for timely, personalized research assistance!
Summary of ABTS-specific resources
ABTS students who have been accepted into a degree program have access to the online resources of Cornerstone University's Miller Library.
Access to some resources requires log-in with your full name as listed on your ABTS student record and your DiscipleNet ID number. Your DiscipleNet ID number is whatever the number is that you’ve been assigned by CU preceded by your first initial and a zero or two to total 7 digits. For example: Joe Smith, j0012345.