The B. L. Fisher Library on the Kentucky Campus

From less than a thousand books to nearly half-a-million, the library has grown to become an important resource for students and faculty. The exhaustive collection of works serves students and faculty as they advance their education through studying, researching, translating, and writing.

As our community seeks to advance their education and knowledge of God, Asbury Seminary is working to better assist the community by advancing its library services through the digitization project. This project is allowing our staff to scan more than 21,638 works into an accessible PDF format, making them available online to researchers around the world. The goal is to make academic material freely accessible to scholars worldwide, and to share rare and valuable resources that would not otherwise be available for research.

Please visit the B. L. Fisher Library page to browse the collection catalogue. Visit ePlace to browse our growing digital collection.