Oxford Reference Online: Religion (current, full text)
A collection of reference books published by Oxford University Press.
Includes encyclopedias and dictionaries on the Bible, Judaism, Islam,
Buddhism, world religions, philosophy and many other topics.
to the Revised Standard Version of the New Testament (1979)
Ref BS 2305 .M67
With a Greek index.
Dictionary of Paul and
His Letters (1993)
Ref BS 2650.2 .D53 1993
Encyclopedia of Early Christianity
Ref BR 162.2 .E53 1997
From the life of Jesus to the seventh century.
New Interpreter's Bible
Ref BS491.2 .N484
Commentary and reflections in verse order.
of Theological Terms (1996)
Ref BR 95 .M378 1996
Religions of the world:
a comprehensive encyclopedia of beliefs and practices (2002)
Ref BL 80.3 .R45 2002
Dictionary of Ethics, Theology,
and Society (1996)
Ref BJ 63 .D53 1996
of Congress Classification for religion is BJ-BX:
||Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
||Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc.
The library's online catalog, providing access to books, journals, music,
and movies in the library.
A catalog of books and other materials in libraries worldwide.
Books and articles not owned by our library can be
obtained from other libraries through Interlibrary
Loan. Allow sufficient time for processing. Average turnaround
time is 3-5 days for articles and 3-14 days for books, excluding holidays
and weekends. Submit ILL requests well in advance of deadlines.
(Databases & Indexes)
ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials (some full text; 1908 to present with some older citations)
Index to journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays in all fields of religion; includes full text from over 150 journals.
Academic Search Complete (1988 to present, some full-text)
Articles from selected popular magazines and scholarly journals in all disciplines.
OmniFile Full Text Mega (some full text; most 1994 to present, with some 1982 to present)
Articles from scholarly and popular sources in all disciplines.
Making of the Modern World (full-text; 1450-1914)
Digital reproductions of over 66,000 rare primary source books and serial publications chronicling the development of the modern western world through world trade, exploration and colonization of the New World, the Industrial Revolution and the development of modern capitalism. Subject coverage includes history, political science, economics and business, women's studies, and legal and religious history. Individual publications are also in MaconCat.
Muse (late 1990s-present, full text)
Database covering over 300 journals in the humanities, arts, and social
(full text; dates vary by journal)
An archive of back issues of over 400 journals in many disciplines.
Religion and Philosophy Collection (some full text; dates vary, most 1960s to present)
Full text and indexing for journals and magazines in religious studies and philosophy.
Once you know which journals you need, search Journals A-Z to see if they are online or in the library.
Film and Video
American History In Video
Hundreds of hours of historical film footage compiled from commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries on American history.
PBS Streaming Video Collection
Hundreds of hours of streaming video content from PBS, including programming from series such as Frontline, NOVA, and The American Experience.
Your Guide to the Religions of the World.
World Wide Study
Bible (Calvin College)
Bible-related resources according to scripture reference.
Unbound Bible (Biola University)
Searchable Bibles in 10 English versions, Greek and Hebrew versions, 4 ancient versions, and 42 versions in other languages.
New Testament Gateway
A directory of internet resources on the New Testament.
for Christian-Jewish Learning (Boston College)
Promotes dialogue and understanding between the two faiths.
for American Christianity (Lilly Endowment)
Research resources created in conjunction with Lilly Endowment grants.
Institute of Islamic Information and Education
Dedicated to the cause of Islam in North America by providing accurate information about Islamic beliefs, history and civilization from authentic sources.
(New York University)
Concerned with controversial issues in religion and how the media portrays
Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) promotes and supports digital research and teaching across all arts and humanities disciplines.
Primary Sources versus Secondary Sources (R-MC)
Popular Sources versus Scholarly Sources (R-MC)
Critical Evaluation of Resources on the Internet (University of Alberta Libraries)
Full-Text from Library Databases (R-MC)
The Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab)
Includes information and examples for MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.
Automatically formats citation information according to MLA, APA, or