Theology touches almost everyone at one time or another. The librarians who maintain, preserve, and disseminate theological information are critical to the perpetuation of theological study and enlightenment. However, the literature of librarianship is strangely silent on the topic of theological librarianship and especially on issues that are unique to theological librarians--those who work with theologically or religiously focused collections or libraries that support the education and training of people preparing for the ministry.
Karp, Rashelle S., and Andrew J. Keck. "Theological librarianship: toward a profile of a profession." College & research libraries 57, no. 1 (1996): 35-42.