Other Resources

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Online Theological and Religion Resources

  • Dictionary of Theological Terms Alister McGrath for Wiley. My students are always asking for a list of theological terms.  Here is one.
  • Free Journal List Maintained by ATLA
    Few journals on this list will be useful for theological study
  • Google Scholar
    Google scholar searches only indexed academic articles on the web. Most journals in Bible or theology are indexed in ATLA.
  • 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.
  • Religion Online  More than 6,000 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 Education.
  • 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
  • Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography
    A wide range of English language articles available online. Maintained by Charles W. Bailey, Jr.

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.
  • OpenLibrary offers over 1 million free full-text books, scanned from university libraries, but the catalog is editable and additional works can be added. Books that have the icon Daisy are available to people with visual or reading disabilities through the Library of Congress BARD program.
  • Archive.org is one of the largest repositories of documents on the Internet and serves as the archive of Web pages and documents for the Library of Congress. Texts are found at http://www.archive.org/details/texts

Dissertatons, DMin theses, Masters theses

Online Sources of Early and Medieval Church Primary Documents

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