The official publication of the ACL, The Christian Librarian serves to publish articles, provide a membership forum, and encourage writing. Issues include the Christian interpretation of librarianship, theory and practice of library science, bibliographic essays, reviews, and human interest articles relating to books and libraries.
It is published open access twice a year at http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/ and is indexed in the Christian Periodical Index, Information Science Abstracts and Library Literature.
Current Issue: Volume 65, Issue 1 (2022)
"Distributed collection development: How to grow your library without knowing everything!"
Grace Andrews, Renee Carey, Jon Jones, Deborah H. McConkey, and Jim Mancuso
Incarnational Librarians: Liaisons Moving into the Neighborhood
Ellen Hampton Filgo
"Becoming a More Confident Librarian: Practical and Spiritual Steps for Battling Imposter Phenomenon"
Savanna Patterson, Ruth Slagle, and Amber Wessies
Critical Book Reviews
Lynn's "Christian compassion: A charitable history" (book review)
Ntombikayise N. Mathabela
Danaher's "Jesus and the bicameral brain: Knowing and being" (book review)
Joseph Baumstarck Jr.
Kennedy's "Equipped: The armor of God for everyday struggles" (book review)
Nancy (Warwick) Kingdon
Gay's "Modern technology and the human future" (book review)
Christa M. Strickler
Werner's "Business ethics rooted in the church" (book review)
J. James Mancuso