Tag Archives: Books

Making room for Palmer Seminary Library

We’re making room! Starting January 1st, 2016, Palmer Seminary Library is moving to Warner Memorial Library. Move to be completed by end of Spring Semester 2016. Advertisements

Halloween Goodies for the Mind!

by Joy Dlugosz – Librarian for Public Services, Administration & Research With Halloween coming and the weather telling us so, I am going to tell you about a few resources we have at Warner Library. Have you ever wondered how the pumpkin became a symbol for Halloween? Why do you drive for miles just to choose […]

How to Add Encyclopedic Scholarship to a Bible Paper

Books used by a Librarian “behind the stacks”. by James L. Sauer – Director of University Library Although there are great reference tools in our catalog, especially in the Credo Reference site; there are still many tools that are still available only in print in our library. In certain fields, like theology and Biblical Studies there […]

Library display on Human Sexuality resources

This semester, the University is offering faculty, staff and students opportunities to come together and have conversations on human sexuality. In support of these campus-wide activities, the library has an ongoing display of recommended readings from Dr. Ron Sider for the EU community to checkout for further reading. You can view the display, which includes […]

Bite into a Good Book!

For librarians and bibliophiles alike, books and food are probably in our top 5 list of life’s necessities. So, what could be better than books where food plays a prominent role? Some libraries have edible book festivals where patrons cook/bake a food featured in their favorite book (think “Green Eggs and Ham”) and everyone brings […]

We ♥ our faculty!

Today is Valentine’s Day! To celebrate, the library is showing our love for Eastern faculty in all schools: CAS, CCGPS, and Palmer Seminary. Tomorrow, February 15th, come out and help us recognize & celebrate recent scholarly publications by our faculty. Not only do they cultivate Eastern student minds, but they also find the time in […]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

First off, welcome back! A new year and a new semester. We hope you enjoyed your break and are returning relaxed and rejuvenated. Today our country remembers the great civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. His tireless efforts and sacrifice greatly advanced the cause of racial equality in America. Stop by the library to […]

From John Calvin to Guinea Pigs: New books we’re excited about

Here in the library at the start of a new semester it’s like Christmastime. Why? Because of all the new books that start rolling in. In this week’s blog post we’ll highlight some new books that we are excited about. From John Calvin to A Guinea Pig’s History of Biology, we’re sure there’s something to […]

Happy Birthday, America!

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” –Declaration of Independence In honor of the Fourth of July holiday, we’ve compiled a list of resources on the American […]

Staff Picks: Summer Reading

Wondering what to read this summer? Warner Library’s staff has some great summer reading picks! Ellen Mergner, ILL Manager: “If you are a mystery lover try any of the Stone Barrington novels by Stuart Woods. The summer will fly by.” Fran Decker, Computer Services Librarian: “Wonderful summer reading & listening pleasure — ‘The Guernsey Literary […]