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|Institute for Religious Research|
Includes articles, Bible courses, book reviews, objections to religious claims, and related links. Available in several languages.
Statistical information on religious groups or organizations around the globe.
|Council of Societies for the Study of Religion|
A searchable database of various religious reviews and schools.
Religious guide for better teaching and learning of theology and religion. Provides resources and programs for religious studies.
|American Religion Data Archive|
Information complied from surveys about religion in America. Search or browse by topic.
|American Religious Experience|
Promote the publication of articles, manuscripts and images related to the past and present expressions of faith in America over the Internet.
|Center on Religion and Democracy|
At the University of Virginia. Overview of the academic and professional staff, the Center's partnerships with organizations such as the Etext and Pew Centers and the public outreach programs of the Center.
|Divining America: Religion and the National Culture|
Contains essays with images, links to other resources, and bibliographies on topics of religion in American culture from the 17th through the 20th centuries.
|Early Christian Writings|
Information, analysis and translations of Gospels, Epistles, and documents of early Christianity.
Encyclopedia of pre-Reformation church history. Includes links to translated primary source documents, a glossary, essays, and images from religious art and iconography.
|Encyclopedia of Religion|
Electronic version with entries on religion, religious organizations, prominent figures, and theory of religion from a social science perspective.
|How to Become a Pastor|
Information and guidance on becoming a pastor or minister.
|John Templeton Foundation|
Funds study into the nexus of science and theology. Information on grants, its mission, and ongoing projects.
Christian teaching resource includes Sunday School lessons, Christian puppet scripts and other youth ministry aids.
|Lawrence W. Hilliard - Educator/Lecturer|
For 25 years Mr. Hilliard has been a speaker specializing in philosophy, theology, ethics, Judaic Studies, Christology, and creation. In an anthropocentric world Lawrence Hilliard teaches from a theocentric perspective.
|Science meets Religion: Shroud of Turin|
Best example for an integrative approach to Science and Christianity.
|World Religions Professor|
A world religions professor explains the basic history, ideas and practices of several world religions from a purely educational and faith-neutral perspective. Designed for those wanting a basic overview.