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Searching Online Journals

Remote access to online journal content is available for authorized users. Users will be prompted to log in with their Princeton Seminary email and password.

Visitors, please go to Technology for information about on-site visitor access to subscription-based e-resources.

Tools for searching online journal (e-journal) content include:

  • BrowZine:* Find e-journals by subject, title or ISSN.
  • Online Journal Portal: Browse and search for e-journals by title or ISSN, and search for articles by DOI or using the Citation Linker there.
  • Summon* and the Databases (A-Z) List: Search for journals, e-journals and full-text articles by author, title, DOI, topic and other facets across multiple databases in Summon, or select and search one of the research databases directly from the A-Z list.
  • Also, the LibKey Nomad and Lean Library browser extensions, though not exclusive to journal content, can help connect you with full text online when you're away from the library.

Online resources only available while on campus.

An open access, searchable, digitized collection of Princeton Theological Seminary Journals – journals published by, or closely associated with, Princeton Theological Seminary from 1825 to the present – are included in the Theological Commons.

*More about BrowZine and Summon


BrowZine lets you browse many (though not all) of our online journals. Download articles and create your own bookshelf of favorite titles, to catch new issues/articles as they become available.

To get started, download the free mobile app or use the Web version and select Princeton Theological Seminary as your library.

Questions? Help


BrowZine (plus its companion, LibKey) is also integrated with the Summon search tool to help get you to full text with fewer clicks. What is Summon Search?