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(Hebrew & Greek)|Religious
(Hebrew & Greek)
Elementary Greek (Online
course by Jim West, ThD.)
(CD-ROM, ask at
the Reference Desk)
(CD-ROM, ask at
the Reference Desk)
NT Greek Tutorial maintained by Jonathan
line Hebrew Tutorial ("FoundationStone
is a FREE application and support
materials designed to allow the most
efficient learning of its Hebrew
Perseus Digital Library
(Greek) The Perseus
Project is a non-profit enterprise
containing electronic texts relating to
the ancient world. It is located in the Department of the Classics, Tufts
American Studies Web
Georgetown University's site for Organizing
American Studies materials on the Internet.
Includes a link for the subject
Philosophy and Religion.
info: Religion Gateway
directory of internet resources for the
academic study of religion compiled Mike
"Christianity.Net/SEARCH is a searchable
database of over 9,000 links to Christian
web sites around the world!"
God in cyberspace: a Guide to Religious
Studies Resources on the Internet
Maintained by John L. Gresham, Library
Director at Fontbonne College in St.
Louis. "This guide provides a selective listing of the best Internet resources of interest to religious studies scholars and students of religion. Rather than attempt a comprehensive listing of religious information on the Internet, this guide selectively points to the best gateways to specific types of religious information. This guide is especially designed to provide both novice and advanced Internet researchers with a helpful starting point for
online religious research."
"ICLnet contains one of the largest and most
complete archiving of "Classical " Christian
materials available on the Internet."
Religions Religious Studies
and links for study and interpretations of
religions." Maintained by Gene R.
Thursby, Associate Professor, University
on the Net
"Religious Resources on the Net is a
comprehensive searchable database of
religious and Christian web sites on the
Studies Web Guide
"This web site focuses on free internet resources of use to researchers involved in the academic study of religion. Suggestions for
improvement are welcomed. Please contact web site creators Saundra Lipton (University of Calgary Library) and Cheryl
Adams (Library of Congress)"
is the first peer-reviewed, limited area
search engine (LASE) on the World-Wide
Web. It has been designed to cover
the ancient and medieval worlds.
Religion Index: Links to Research in
by the Religion Department at Rutgers
University. "A major guide to
religious resources on the Internet."
of the Shuttle (Religious
Center Guide to Internet Resources
website gathers together pointers to a
wide variety of electronic resources of
interest to those who are teaching or
studying religion and theology at the
undergraduate or graduate level."
Yahoo's net directory's list of resources in
religion covers a wide range of sub-topics
including theology, employment, philosophy,
journals and much more.
The Catholic Encyclopedia
A Web version
of The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International
Work of Reference on the Constitution,
Doctrine, Discipline and History of the
Catholic Church (Appleton; 1907-1912),
provided by the New Advent Catholic Supersite.
Classics Ethereal Library
Contains full text public domain works for
theological study including confessions of
Saint Augustine's pilgrim and progress, and
38 volumes of early church fathers.
Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
Duke Papyrus Archive
Papyrus Archive provides electronic access
to texts about and images of nearly 1400
papyri from ancient Egypt. The target
audience includes: papyrologists, ancient
historians, archaeologists, biblical
scholars, classicists, Coptologists,
Egyptologists, students of literature and
religion and all others interested in
The Ecole Initiative
Church On-Line Encyclopedia (Ecole)
Initiative is a cooperative effort on the
part of scholars across the internet to
establish a hypertext
encyclopedia of early Church history (to the
Reformation) on the World-Wide Web."
to Early Church Documents
"This hypertext document contains pointers to Internet-accessible files relating to the early church, including canonical documents, creeds, the writings of the Apostolic Fathers and other historical texts relevant to church history."
The Online Books Page was founded, and is edited, by John Mark
Ockerbloom, a digital library planner and
researcher at the University of Pennsylvania.
The site is hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Library.
More than 3,000 articles and chapters.
Topics include Old and New Testament,
Theology, Ethics, History and Sociology of
Religion, Communication and Cultural
Studies, Pastoral Care, Counseling,
Homiletics, Worship, Missions and Religious
of Primary Sources
A listing of over 4700 websites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary
sources for the research scholar.
Comparative anthology that contains over
4,000 scriptural passages from 268 sacred
texts and 55 oral traditions. The material
is organized under 145 themes common to the
texts and traditions. This site contains the
complete text of the printed book World
Scripture: A Comparative Anthology, edited
by Andrew Wilson (New York: Paragon House,