- Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Searchable site with links to information about local bishops, schools, parishes, vocations, and the Catholic faith. Offers news, upcoming events, daily readings, and daily prayers.
- Electronic New Testament Educational Resources
A Catholic-Resources site, with excellent links to modern biblical scholarship, explanations of rituals and teachings.
- Exploring Religions
Developed by the faculty at the University of Wyoming, this site offers information about the ideas, practices, and history of five major world religions: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Headings include Cosmos, Organization, Time and Worship, Text and Tales, Timeline, Religious Life, Glossary, Terms, Maps, Links, and Life Stages.
Internet Christian Library, developed by the Institute for Christian leadership offers a multitude of Christian missions, resources, literature, organizations, documents, and more available on the internet.
- Jewish Student Online Research Center
Information on Jewish history, Israel, US-Israel relations, the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, Judaism, and more. Comprehensive bibliography and glossary of Hebrew and historical terms and persons.
- Judaism 101
Judaism 101 is an online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, scripture, holidays, practices and customs.
- Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
Offers information on dozens of faith groups, from Asatru to Christianity to Wicca to Zoroastrianism; other belief systems such as agnosticism, atheism, and humanism; and new religious movements, including cults. Discusses controversial topics from multiple points of view and covers negative as well as positive aspects of religion.
- The Orion Center for the Study of Dead Sea Scrolls and Associated Literature
From Hebrew University, this searchable site offers information on research and educational projects regarding the Dead Sea Scrolls. Includes a bibliography on the Scrolls, news articles, links, and photographs of the Scrolls.
- Psychology of Religion Page
Maintained by a professor at Georgia Southern University, this searchable web site offers resources about the psychological aspects of religious belief and behavior. Includes General Information and Essays, New Religious Movements, and Science and Religion. Extensive set of links to other Psychology and Religion sites.
- Virtual Religion Index
Award winning meta site from Rutgers University. Comprehensive compilation of annotated links to quality sites on multiple aspects of religion and religious studies. Analyzes and highlights important content, providing links to homepages as well as important content within.
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- Virtual Religion Index
This free resource guide to the major religious traditions of the world has a section on Hinduism, referred to on this site as Hindu Studies, that covers seven major areas--(1) General Resources, (2) Vedas, (3) Upanishards, (4) Theology and Devotion, (6) Schools and Teachers, and (7) Yoga.
- University of Wyoming Religious Studies Department
This site is organized thematically (e.g. cosmos, social organization, texts), and it contains a useful timeline, maps, and an alphabetically organized glossary.
- Huntington Photographic Archive of Ohio State University
This site is an on-line exhibition rich in striking images depicting lived Hinduism, and it includes a brief but excellent commentary that contextualizes these images.
- Vasudha Narayanan, Professor of Religion, University of Florida
This site tells the story of Hinduism exclusively through the use of images. It is divided into four sections--(1) A Hundred Autumns to Live, (2) Hindu Temples in Cambodia, (3) The Life of Hinduism, and (4) Hindu Temples in America.
- Buddhist Digital Library & Museum
This site operated by the Center for Buddhist Studies at the National Taiwan University contains a wealth of material including an extensive article database and links to various canonical texts. The site is available in both English and Chinese versions.
- Digital Dictionary of Buddhism
This site provides information about Buddhist technical terms, texts, monasteries, schools, traditions, and persons that appear in Buddhist canonical texts and other relevant sources. It has been compiled by experts in Buddhist studies.
- The International Dunhuang Project
This beautifully designed website includes a vast array of useful information and high-quality images of ancient Buddhist manuscripts, paintings, and artifacts discovered at Dunhuang and at other Silk Road sites. Each item is presented in its historical context with the help of maps, photos, and bibliographic data.
- Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center
This site devoted to Tibetan Buddhism contains a searchable bibliography of classical Tibetan literature and a biographical database of Tibetan religious figures accompanied with good-quality images.
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