Besides a collection of over 100,000 books and journals, the Lanier Theological Library offers many other objects and resources to explore. From the true-to-size replica of a 6th century Byzantine chapel to an original King James Bible from 1611, a visit to the library will interest almost any person, no matter their background, religion or age.
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A collection of videos where archaeologists guide you through the LTL’s collection of artifacts
C. S. Lewis Collection
The second largest collection of Lewis in the USA.
What kind of books are in the library?
Learn more history of the Stone Chapel and details about its paintings – from Mark Lanier, himself!
King James Version of the Bible
We have an original KJV printed in 1611 on display in the library. See pictures and read the story behind the printing of the “Great ‘He’ Bible.”
Read about the newest books added to the collection.
Original Dead Sea Scrolls Fragment
An original fragment of the Dead Sea Scrolls, not a facsimile, this fragment contains Hebrew words from Amos 7:17-8:1.
Watch videos of the previous LTL lectures. These range from archaeology to apologetics, and they are all available through free streaming.
Our Main Hall is filled with the private libraries of Biblical scholars. Read about their lives, their research and their accomplishments.
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The Copper Scroll
Learn about the only Dead Sea Scroll written on metal.