American Theological Library Association (ATLA)
* Association of British Theological Philosophical Libraries
* Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association
* BETH - European Theological Libraries
Digitization and Digital Libraries and the Management of Electronic
* Indonesia Christians University Virtual
* Indian Theological Library Association (ITLA)
* Union Catalog of Theological and Christian Libraries in
Spektra Virtual Library (SVL)
* Asian Christian Theologies:
A Research Guide to Authors,
Movements, Sources. Vol. 1-3. Edited by John England et.al.
Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2002.
* Ministering Asian Faith and Wisdom: A Manual for Theological
Librarians in Asia
by Rita and
John England. Quezon City: New Day Pub., 2001.
Hamberg: The First Swedish Missionary to China*
Schyter. Edited by Goran Wiking 2013.
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