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Library resources for students of theology and religion.
The American Theological Library Association gives you access to more than 1,600 religion and theology journals, many of them full-text. During your search, be sure to use the subject list in the left-hand column if you want to narrow your results.
Similar to Wikipedia, but actually written by experts, this collection of more than 400 reference books will help you learn general information about your topic from quality information sources. Includes thousands of topic pages and images. Mind maps illustrate relationships between topics.
Similar to Wikipedia, but with better information, Oxford Reference has more than two million articles from dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference sources on every subject from archaeology to zoology. Search individual titles or all titles simultaneously.
Print sources for Christian history and biographies.
The beginning of "an international electronic library of Lutheranism," this database from the Concordia Theological Seminary (Fort Wayne, Ind.) aims to do for Lutheranism what Project Gutenberg does for literature. You can read, for example, Luther's 95 Theses in the original Latin and in English, as well as in Turkish and Dutch.