As many visitors to this site know, over the last 30 years ISCAST has developed an extensive online library of articles, reviews, opinion and other resources available to the public. As well, we publish books now available through the ISCAST online bookshop.
However, ISCAST also has a physical public library with hundreds of books relating to science and religion.
The book library is housed in the Daniel Mannix Library at 278 Victoria Pde, East Melbourne and is open to the public to browse. In addition, financial members of ISCAST have borrowing rights at the Mannix Library. Opening hours of the library can be found here.
Donating to the ISCAST library
Perhaps you have books on science and religion that you would like to donate to the ISCAST library? Please send us an email and we would be happy to talk to you about making arrangements.
Searching the ISCAST library online
This ISCAST collection in the Mannix Library is searchable online using the following links.
Browse all the ISCAST collection in the library using this link.
Search for a term in the ISCAST collection using the search box below:
Borrowing from the ISCAST library
The library is publicly accessible to browse, but only ISCAST financial members may borrow books. To borrow books from the library you will need to speak to the staff and they will confirm that your ISCAST membership is current.
The ISCAST collection includes the extensive foundational library of central texts in the field of science and religion compiled and published by The International Society for Science and Religion. (Photo left.)