The library now has online access to the Corpus Augustinianum Gissense (CAG), a database of the writings in Latin of Saint Augustine, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430. The texts have been compiled from the best print editions, using critical editions whenever possible. Every morpheme occurring in a text is lemmatized and searchable. This corpus, consisting of over five million words, is of immense value to scholars of classical literature, philosophy, theology and biblical studies. The CAG-online also provides access to a bibliographic database of primary and secondary literature comprising more than 33,000 records.
The exhibit begins with 19th century tracts published in Connecticut and China and concludes with controversial tracts written and illustrated in comic book format from the Jack T. Chick Tract Collection. Tracts were produced in many languages and addressed issues ranging from personal salvation to temperance, anti-Catholicism, and evolution.