Opposing Viewpoints is a user-friendly book series the library owns on the Lancaster campus that presents opposite viewpoints on a wide variety of controversial topics.
To find these books search the library catalog using the terms "opposing viewpoints."
Opinions throughout history wide range of insights into long-standing issues that Americans are most concerned about, and those that have encouraged vigorous debate among politicians and citizens at large. Using carefully chosen original documents that cover a wide time span, Opinions Throughout History weaves a thoughtful and easy-to-understand analysis of how public opinion is formed and evolves, starting the discussion at an historical, seminal moment, and ending with where we stand today.
Counterpoints is a book series the library owns that presents varying viewpoints on a variety of biblical topics. (e.g. baptism, women in the church, the rapture, etc.) Counterpoints books can be found by searching "views on" and a theological issue. (example search: "views on" and hell)
Tips for finding more sources:
You can click on the hyperlinked Subjects found when you click on a title in your Library Search Box results list. Clicking the hyperlinked subject will open a new window with all the library holdings of that same subject.
Once you have found a book/eBook or article that suits your research needs, check the bibliography of that source for more information.