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Divinity & Religion Research: Use ATLA Religion Database

Identifies key divinity and religion resources for Regent University students and researchers.

ATLA Religion Database Tutorial


Using the ATLA Religion Database through EBSCOhost



ATLA Religion Database...


  • Has a scholarly and international viewpoint and broad subject content covering all areas of religious research: Biblical, theological, ministerial, historical, and more.


  • Spans over 60 years, 1949 to the present, plus selected records from 1818 on. 


  • Indexes over 700 journals plus hundreds of book series and essays. 


  • Contains selected articles in full-text, which can be printed off or emailed.


  • Is updated quarterly. 


  • Has a "Find Full Text Here" link, when full-text is not in the ATLA program, that points to full-text found in other Regent-owned library databases, with a link directly to the Regent University library interlibrary loan department.



View a tutorial about how to use the ATLA Religion Database through EBSCOhost...



  • This tutorial introduces the basic features of searching the ATLA Religion Database and lasts 8 minutes and 13 seconds.


  • This tutorial comes from the folks at EBSCOhost, a company that supplies several databases to the library, one of which is the ATLA Religion Database program.


  • You will need to have your Regent id and password ready as you will be asked at the very start to enter your id and password for access.

Click Here: EBSCOhost Tutorial 


  • If, for some reason, the link above does not work, find this tutorial on the ATLA Religion Database main page, the page that displays immediately after logging in.


  • Within ATLA, look at the top right portion of your screen for Help. After clicking on Help, look in the left-hand margin of the screen for "EBSCOhost Tutorials" under "Welcome."