New Theology ebooks from Bloomsbury (March 2017)

21 Theology titles published by Bloomsbury in 2015 are newly-available to members of the University as ebooks, in addition to those already available from the publisher.

Among the highlights from the collection are:

Useful introductions to Pneumatology and Atonement:

Daniel Castelo / Pneumatology: a guide for the perplexed


Adam J. Johnson / Atonement: a guide for the perplexed


And collections of essays by John Webster and George Hunsinger:

John Webster / God Without Measure: working papers in Christian Theology. Volume 1: God and the Works of God.


George Hunsinger / Conversational Theology: essays on Ecumenical, Postliberal and Political themes, with special reference to Karl Barth


A complete list of the Theology titles, together with new acquisitions from Bloomsbury in Philosophy, History and Anthropology, is available to download here.

The Bloomsbury Collections ebooks platform offers readers a clear interface with the ability to search full text, download and print pdfs, and read on smartphones and tablets.

In addition, a personal ‘My Collections’ profile can be created which allows readers to save content and annotations for future use. Readers can:

  • save favourite books and chapters
  • save citations
  • email and export saved citations
  • receive email alerts and newsletter

All the ebooks are searchable via idiscover; access outside of the university requires a raven password.

These books were purchased using part of the Connell Fund ebooks allocation for 2016-17 on the recommendation of the Connell Fund librarians.

The ebooks@cambridge blog post on these new acquisitions is available here.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the library ( if you have any questions.



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