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Library resources for students of theology and religion.
This general database includes full text of more than 4,600 journals in most college subjects, and indexes 4,000 others. Try narrowing your search by SUBJECT and limiting it to "Academic Journals." (See the PAS tutorial to review how to identify scholarly journals.)
The ancients studied the natural world closely (giving rise to today's sciences) because they believed the earth was a concrete expression of the divine. These two volumes explore the still-living connection between God and nature.
From Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies, these two volumes give an unbiased, scholarly approach to one of America's fastest-growing religions. Look to the first volume for traditional A-to-Z entries, and the second for nearly 100 primary-source documents.
The NCC's members include more than 100,000 Anglican, Orthodox, Evangelical, historic African American, mainstream Protestant, and Living Peace churches: 45 million people across the U.S. This is their searchable news service.
The ARDA brings together data on religion from many different sources. It includes American and international data and has features for educators, researchers, religious congregations, and journalists.