Other Resources

Online Theological Resources

  • Online Theology-Related Periodicals
    This excellent site provides links to many theological journals, many of which are available free online. Some of them are available in printed form by subscription; others are exclusively electronic. This site is maintained by Elizabeth T. Knuth at St. John’s School of Theology Seminary.
  • Religious Studies Web Guide
    This site at the University of Calgary, in Canada, is maintained by Saundra Lipton, and contains a large number of electronic journals that in several areas of religious study.
  • The Wabash Center Wabash Center Religious Electronic Journals provides one of the most extensive sets of resources in Religion and Theology

Online eBooks

  • Google Books provides access to over 6 million text-searchable eBooks. Access ranges from downloadable PDF file for out-of-copyright books to partial view for in-copyright.  Even with only “Snippets,” this is a very useful site for checking citations.
  • Open Content Alliance not only offers over 1 million free full-text books, scanned from university libraries, but the catalog is editable and additional works can be added.  The texts are found at http://www.archive.org/details/texts
  • Project Gutenberg was one of the first major efforts to scan libraries and offers over 30,000 eBooks.

Digital Resources in Original Language

  • Christian Classics Ethereal Library is a digital library of hundreds of classic Christian books in their original language and translation.  In addition, it includes lexicons, such as Liddell Scott.
  • ForEast is a meta-site of free Korean, Japanese, and Chinese digital resources.
  • Hebrew Books offers over 15,000 .pdf books in Hebrew.
  • Pitt Latin American Series offers full-text of many books in the series that is available free on the web.

Free Online Journals

Online Directories and Organization of Resources

  • Carrot2 Clustering Engine(www.carrot2.org):
    search engine does not determine the quality of information, but “clusters” the results in categories according to “subject.” This provides for a more focused search
  • Google Directory (http://directory.google.com/)
    Sites are selected by librarians as well as Google PageRank. The information is gathered by ODP (Open Directory Project), an exciting development at http://www.dmoz.org/. Sites are organized by category.
  • Wabash Center Internet Guide to Religion(www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/resources/guide_headings.aspx)
    Wabash cite is one of the most outstanding religious resources on the Internet. This guide organizes religion and theology by subject.

Additional Online Resources

NYTS Citation and Formatting

Turabian Style

  • Purdue Online Writing Lab Foornote and Bibliography Guide
    Purdue Online Writing Lab.  Examples from Chicago Style 16th Edition/Turabian 6th Edition.
  • eTurabian Citation Generator
  • This brilliant tool produces both footnotes and bibliography entries in Turabian format. It does not check for errors, so all entries should be checked for accuracy. Citations that are created in eTurabian never trump the citation requirements of Turabian or the formatting requirements of NYTS.

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