MARC and KBART Records

Please use the links below to download a complete set of MARC records or KBART files (when appropriate) for Theology and Religion Online. When new content is uploaded, the corresponding MARC / KBART files will be updated accordingly.

Please note that Theology and Religion Online is comprised of individual collections. Only download records for collections which you have subscribed to. For more information on what's included in each collection please see our What's Included page.

MARC Records

We currently provide MARC21 records for book titles and audio items. MARC records are supplied as .mrc files. These are full RDA-compliant records in MARC21 format, and they include Library of Congress Subject Headings, book summaries, table of contents, accessibility information, related ISBNs and DOI-based persistent URL links. We recommend that you use MARCEdit to open our MARC records. You can find more detail on this here.

MARC Record FilesNumber of RecordsLast Updated
T&T Clark Theology Library 101September 2020
T&T Clark Jesus Library                                54                                   February 2020 
T&T Clark Jesus Library 2021 Annual Update                                14                                   February 2021 
Library of Catholic Thought 54October 2020
Bloomsbury Religion in North America70June 2021
Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries86October 2021
Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary6October 2021

KBART (Knowledge Bases and Related Tools NISO RP-9-2014) is a recommended practice of NISO (National Information Standards Organization) —which is intended primarily for serial and monograph titles to improve the interactions between knowledge base providers, content providers, and publishers in order to provide higher quality data and linking. 

We have KBART files available for all our E-Book only collections. The KBART files are in Tab Delimited Text format as specified by KBART recommendations. Please note that if the tab delimited file is opened in Excel, some formatting may be modified by Excel. To reformat the dates in the Excel file: Format > Cells > Date > select format YYYY-MM-DD.

KBART Record FilesNumber of RecordsLast Updated
T&T Clark Theology Library                          101                                   September 2020
Library of Catholic Thought                          54                                   October 2020
Anchor Yale Bible Commentaries                          86                                   October 2021
Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary                          6                                   October 2021