Library Hours


Monday – Friday:
10:00  – 19:00 


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The ALS library is a Christian theological library which was established in 2008. Collections and materials are mainly on Christianity, philosophy and Lutheran theology. Resources are available in both English and Chinese. Software, such as Logos, is also available on the library computers for theological research. Students are issued library cards in order to take materials outside of the library. The general public is welcomed to come and enjoy reading our materials on campus. For any questions, please call our library staff at (852) 2190 6216 or email us at

Free Online Materials

Forward in Christ


WELS Historical Institute Journal
    – Articles of historical interest about the Lutheran Church with special reference to the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, stimulates WELS members to pursue research in Lutheran history, to understand WELS identity and background.


Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary Essay File


Lutheran Synod Quarterly


Lutheran Theology: An Online Journal

The following is a list of online resources for theological research and information. As with any of the resources in our library, make use of them with discretion.
    – Christian doctrine, apologetics, cultural, and preaching resources, include articles, series, videos, podcast network, and free online courses.


Baker’s Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology


Christian Classics Ethereal Library


Christianity Today


Denver Journal: An Online Review of Current Biblical and Theological Studies


Journal of the Adventist Theological Society
    – Articles of the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s message and mission, to foster biblical, theological, and historical studies.


Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society


McMaster Journal of Theology and Ministry


Open Access digital Theological Library


Reformation 21


Religion Online


SBL Annual meeting seminar papers and website


The Theologian – the Internet journal for integrated theology