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  • Ad-Hoc Links and Resources – Maintained by Yale Divinity School, this site provides links to Web sites and electronic texts by period, such as early Christianity, Medieval Christianity, and Renaissance/Early Modern Christianity. Also provides links to sites and texts by topic, including art and architecture, monasticism, and the Vulgate and other Latin Documents.
  • American Women’s History: A Research Guide: Religion – Maintained by Ken Middleton, reference/microforms librarian at MTSU Library, American Women’s History provides citations to print and Internet reference sources, as well as to selected large primary source collections. The guide also provides information about the tools researchers can use to find additional books, articles, dissertations, and primary sources.
  • Bibliography on Women in Byzantium – Web and print resources. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection.
  • Christian Classics Ethereal Library – Maintained by Calvin College, this site provides classic Christian books in electronic format. Books include the works of Jonathan Edwards, Charles Spurgeon, Martin Luther, St. John Chrysostom, etc.
  • The Church in the Southern Black Community – Autobiographies, biographies, church documents, sermons, histories, encyclopedias, and other published materials presenting a collected history of the way Southern African Americans experienced and transformed Protestant Christianity into the central institution of community life.
  • Cooperative Digital Resources Initiative – A repository of digital resources related to the study of religion, including images of historical artifacts, art, documents, and memorabilia.
  • The Complete Works of John Wesley – Wesley’s life, sermons, commentaries, journals, letters, and other writings, searchable by keyword.
  • Digital Quaker Collection – Bibliography and links to online full-text writings of 17th and 18th century Quakers.
  • Early Christian Writings – Online texts of biblical writings, gnostic writings, and the church fathers.
  • Early Church Fathers -English translations of texts by Aristides the Philosopher, Irenaeus, Hermias the Philosopher, Eusebius the Pamphilian, Philostorgius, and numerous others.
  • Fathers of the Church – Full text documents from Athanasius, Augustine, Basil, Clement, Cyprian, Gregory of Nyssa, Irenaeus, Jerome, John Chrysostom, Justin Martyr, Origen, Rufinus, Tertullian, and the Church councils.
  • The Ecole Initiative – This site includes primary documents from the early Church, including Church councils, lives of the saints, etc. It also contains a number of articles, a glossary, an image database, and a timeline with a geographical cross-index.
  • Guide to Early Church Documents – This Web site contains pointers to Internet-accessible files relating to the early church, including canonical documents, creeds, the writings of the Apostolic Fathers and other historical texts relevant to church history.
  • Hall of Church History – Links to information and texts regarding The Church Fathers, The Medieval Churchmen, The Heretics | The Eastern Orthodox | The Catholics | The Reformers | The Puritans | The Anabaptists | The Arminians, The Cultists, The Unorthodox, and The Baptists.
  • Index Thomisticus – Search any or all of the works of St. Thomas Aquinas.
  • Index Verborum: Martin Luther’s German Writings – Searchable documents that allow comparative access to specific words and word usage, as well as providing a chronological overview of such linguistic development by its form of presentation.
  • John Wesley: Life, Legend & Legacy Text from an exhibit at the John Rylands University Library of Manchester in 2003.
  • Online Medieval Sources Bibliography: An Annotated Bibliography of Printed and Online Primary Sources for the Middle Ages. Created by the Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University. A searchable bibliography of texts – from private letters, wills, and household accounts to literary works, philosophical treatises, chronicles, court proceedings, church records, and a host of other documents – that were written in the Middle Ages and are now available in printed or online editions and translations.
  • New Advent – Links to the Catholic Encyclopedia; Summa Theologica; letters, speeches and books of the early Church Fathers.
  • Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies – Peer-reviewed articles by medieval scholars. Encyclopedia, bibliographies, and online texts.
  • Other Women’s Voices – Full texts, excerpts, and commentary of works by women to 1700.
  • Project Canterbury – Texts and images of tracts, woodcuts, translations of church dogma and liturgy, and links to other sources of historical documents from the history of the English church.
  • Reformation INK – Reformation classics; creeds; catechisms; early church; Roman Cathlic; Eastern Orthodox.
  • Reformiert Online – Encyclopaedia of the Reformed Church.
  • Religion in Latin America – Information, research, discussion, and analysis of religion in Latin America, including Protestant-Afro Indigenous religion, politics, liberation and other Latin American theologies, statistics and key documents about the Catholic Church, and full text of three books. From the Latin American Studies Program of Providence College.
  • The Sermons of John Wesley 1872 Edition – Indexed by title, Thomas Jackson’s numbering system, scripture reference, chronological order, and theological topic.
  • The Tertullian Project – Biographies, manuscripts, translations, commentary, bibliographies.
  • Wesley Center for Applied Theology – Works of John and Charles Wesley as well as additional resources.
  • Women’s History in America. Click on "Subject," then scroll down to Religion.

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