Guide to the Ancient Near East--this guide from the University
of Chicago's Oriental Institute is a prime resource for history,
religion, art and archaeology.
-- comprehensive source for statistics on religious adherents.
Search by religion or location.
Religion -- an incomplete, but interesting collection of
sites by subject.
Academy of Religion -- AAR is the world's largest
association of academics who research or teach topics related to
Religion Data Archives--a collection of both membership data for
the different congregations, and an extraordinary amount of opinion
Religious Experience--encourages the development and publication
of American religion manuscripts and images on the World Wide Web.
Association of Pastoral Counselors
Interviews with Selected Religious Leaders
- Belief, Culture and Learning Information Gateway-- Here you will
find peer-reviewed educational and research resources concerning
belief, culture and values.
Center for the Study of
Information and Religion (CSIR) --
"focused on the various institutions
and agents of religion and their affect on social knowledge
through the use, dissemination, and diffusion of information. The
CSIR utilizes an interdisciplinary approach with other fields in
the Social Sciences and collaborative partnerships with various
representatives of religious faiths and denominations. CSIR is
currently working on an annotated bibliography of online data
sources for research in the area of religion. It will be available
from this web site early in 2010."
Church Online Encyclopedic Documents Page--a meta-index covering
several existing document sites, Catholic and Islamic.
Literature And Religion -- "a large bibliographical
database (8500+ records) about religious aspects and backgrounds of
English literature, from the Middle Ages to the present century,
with primary (though not exclusive) emphasis upon writers within the
of Religious Terms
Institute for Religion Research -- research and full-text
articles on a variety of topics including women clergy, multiracial
Humanities Hub -- "discovers, evaluates and catalogues
online resources in the humanities of use to students, teachers and
researchers, with a strength in resources for Religion and Theology.
. . "
Humbal Humanities Free Online peer-reviewed Journals in Religion
on Religion and Public Policy -- news archives full-text.
Calendar -- For the years 2005 through 2010, this calendar
lists important days for a wide variety of faiths, and provides
definitions as well. Also has links to religion news sources.
Testament Gateway -- includes Web information about the New
Testament and its background. Subject headings include: Greek
New Testament, Non-Canonical Christian Texts, Bible Translations,
Textual Criticism, Women and Gender.
Consultants on Religious Tolerance--a collection of essays on
divisive religious issues, sponsored by an objective nonpartisan
group interested in bringing people together.
Patheos --"Patheos visitors will find a variety of unique
comparison charts that can be used to compare, contrast and learn
about different religions and belief systems in ways never before
available on the Internet. These interactive tools provide visitors
with a greater understanding of religion and spirituality through
visual, easy-to-use applications."
Texts and Resources -- full-text online resources for
Patristic scholarship (study of the Church fathers and their
Forum on Religion & Public Life -- This nonpartisan
organization provides information (news, backgrounders, polls and
surveys), but takes no position on "issues at the intersection of
religion and public affairs," including bioethics, the death penalty,
religion in public schools.
Pluralism Project--Committee on the Study of Religion, Harvard
University. Developed by Harvard University to study and
document the growing religious diversity of the United States, with
a special view to its new immigrant religious communities. It
includes images, research, calendars and many other links.
Library from Religion Newswriters Association
-- includes links to full-text online versions of various holy
books, articles on religion, demographics, etc.
Religion and Ethics Newsweekly --
Religion-Online.org--More than 3,000 searchable full text articles and chapters
by recognized religious scholars. Topics include Old and New Testament, Theology, Ethics, History and Sociology of Religions,
Comparative Religion, Religious Communication, Pastoral Care, Counseling,
Homiletics, Worship, Missions and Religious Education..
Religions Religious Studies--Information and links for study and
interpretation of religions.
- Religion Statistics --
allows you to compare geographic regions and lots more. An Excellent site.
Freedom Restoration Act
Studies Web Guide-- an enormous collection of links.
Text Archive -- an 'archive of electronic texts about
religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and occult and esoteric
topics. Texts are presented in English translation and, in some
cases, in the original language.'
Religion Index --if I was only going to list one religion site,
this would be it. It has everything, for all religions: religious
texts, libraries, psychology and sociology of religion, ethics and
moral values, biblical studies, comparative religion