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Arts and Worship in the Church

Welcome to the research guide for Arts and Worship!

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Welcome to the research guide for your course, Arts and Worship in the Church! Items in the print collection are available on campus and by mail to students taking the course online. To check to see if an item is available use the online catalog, Voyager, linked here and from the Library Home link above. 

Resources on Christian worship are available on the shelf within the call number range of BV 5 - BV 15. Several potentially helpful resources on that shelf are listed below:
  • Complete library of Christian worship  by Webber
  • Art and the Bible by Schaeffer
  • Art and religion by Vogt
  • Christian worship, it's history and meaning   by Horton
  • History of Christian worship by Hardmann
  • Shape of the liturgy  by Dix
  • Perspectives on Christian worship, five views by Duncan

Internet Resources

The following internet sites provide information on the worship tradition provided by those practicing that tradtion. They are helpful as descriptive sources. 
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College-level research projects require excellent authoritative and scholarly sources. How do you determine if a source is scholarly and authoritative? Ask yourself...

  • Who is the author? Is the author a credentialed expert on the subject? 
  • Who is the publisher? Is the publishing company a recognized academic publisher?  Is the journal "peer reviewed," meaning other experts have evaluated the article before publishing? 
  • Cite your sources using Turabian/ Chicago citation style, the style preferred by your professor. Citing your sources ensure that you give appropriate legal and ethical credit for the creative, intellectual property of another.

Research Tips


  • Citation help needed? Try OWL (Online Writing Lab) for Chicago/TurabianMLA, and APA styling formats. 
  • Search by subject: Once you have located one item in the catalog, you can click on the search term within the record to find other items on the same or similar subjects. Once you have located a helpful source, additional potential sources may be found in the item's bibliography.
  • Can't find what you need in the PHC collection? You can request an Interlibrary Loan through WorldCat . You will be notified by email when the item arrives in the library.
  • Research assistance is available in the library or by email at askalibrarian@phc.edu

Created : V. Thornhill and S. Roberts, 2019.

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