Articles appear as time allows and as I get permission to use them. If you would like to see articles appear at a faster rate, please consider supporting the site. The more people who actively support me, the more material I will be able to upload. Articles from the following journals can be accessed (for a fee) via the Galaxie Software website:
Ashland Theological Journal
If your journal is not listed above, please contact Tyndale House Library's photocopying and scanning service. They are able to supply, again for a fee, a large range of journal articles - see here for a list.
Except where the article or books is Public Domain it appears by permission of the author / publisher. This means that you are free to download and use them for private study or for use in a class, but not for commercial use without the express written permission of the copyright holder.
Early on in this work material is scanned and then converted to a Word document and then to Adobe PDF with the necessary fonts embedded in them. I now use the method described here as it is much faster.
Because of the way the articles are prepared they are not facsimile copies of the original so mistakes may occur. Please contact me and let me know.
Unless the book or article is Public Domain the author and/or Publisher has granted specific permission for it to appear on this site. Linking to an article is perfectly acceptable; copying it in its entirety and hosting it elsewhere is not, and is a breach of international copyright law.
As with any library there is always going to be a certain amount of material that both you and I would both disagree with, but nevertheless it is necessary to clearly understand different views in order to be able to refute them. This usually involves reading primary sources rather than reading about them second hand. The articles on these sites therefore represent a wide range of opinions on many doctrines - many of which I too thoroughly disagree with. I leave it to the readers to discern what is useful and what isn't - within broad limits. As the sites are intended for those study at a fairly advanced (Seminary)
No. There is no polite way of saying this - please don't ask.