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Virtual Religion Index (Mahlon H. Smith, formerly
electronic publisher with Rutgers University Dept. of Religion)
Warbash Center Guide to Internet Resources for Theology and Religion (Charles
K. Bellinger, Theological Librarian & Asst. Prof of Theology & Ethics, Brite
Divinity School, Fort Worth Texas.)
Google custom search for theological journals
Search over 300 religion journals related to scripture studies, systematic theology, practical ministries, and cognate disciplines for which full text is freely available on the Internet. Among the searchable ejournals are many of those listed in major religion Internet directories and ejournal sites including:
NT Gateway A web directory of internet resources on the New Testament.
Resource Pages for Biblical Studies Focusing on the early Christian writings and their social world.
iTanakhResources on the Hebrew Bible
National Library of Australia's e-resources
E-Resources is a service to help you find websites, indexes, full-text e-journals and subject guides on a range of topics. Many of the resources are freely available to anyone with internet access, but some are licensed resources which may only be used at the National Library of Australia.
BiBILthe Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne
New Advent (Library of Catholic documents)
Directory of Open Access Journals
JSTOR Online Journal archives
ticTOCs Journal Table of Contents Service
Catholic Encyclopedia (1917)
Project Gutenberg Australia a treasure-trove of literature treasure found hidden with no evidence of ownership.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Fathers of the Church
Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica
Internet Sacred Text Archive Welcome to the largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet. The site is dedicated to religious tolerance and scholarship, and has the largest readership of any similar site on the web.
Noncanonical Literature Documents to Aid Students and Scholars in Biblical Interpretation including Introductions and Summaries of Many Noncanonical Works.
Bible GatewayThe Bible Gateway is a tool for reading and researching scripture online -- all in the language or translation of your choice! It provides advanced searching capabilities, which allow readers to find and compare particular passages in scripture based on keywords, phrases, or scripture reference.
Five Gospels Parallels This HTML presentation of the Five Gospels is designed to be a teaching tool for introductory level classes in New Testament and Christian Origins. For this reason, and because of the particular constraints of HTML, it does not offer the same level of detail as a printed synopsis (i.e. Throckmorton 1979, 1992; Aland 1985). Its advantage is that it allows more "play" than a printed synopsis and that it presents the materials in the same order as the canonical Gospels. Moreover, it offers texts that are not commonly included in the synopses designed for classroom use: Thomas and Paul. Others may follow.
ABC Online (Religion & Ethics)
Alban Congregational Resource Guides
BiBIL Biblical Bibliography of Lausanne
National Church Life Survey Research
National Council of Churches in Australia
Princeton Lectures on Youth, Church and Culture (Princeton Theological Seminary)
World Council of Churches
Australian Libraries Catalogues
Trove The National Library of Australia's free search service. One search....a wealth of information.
Australian Theological Libraries Catalogues
Australian Catholic University (all campuses)
Australian Lutheran College (North Adelaide)
Catholic Institute of Sydney
Melbourne College of Divinity (union catalogue)
Carmelite Library; Discalced Carmelite Library; Divine Word Missionaries
Library; Joint Theological Library; Redemptorist Seminary Library; Saint
Paschal Library; Trinity College Library; Whitley College Library
Moore Theological Library (Sydney)
Dalton McCaughey Library
(formerly Joint Theological Library)
Journals Held in Australian and New Zealand Libraries
AULOTS (Australasian Union List of Serials In Theological Collections)
AULOTS is a database of the serials holdings of theological and religious libraries in Australia and New Zealand. At the time of its loading onto the ANZTLA website, it contained existing holdings for 5256 serial titles held in 96 libraries.
Several editions of AULOTS were produced in hardcopy - the most recent being the 4th edition which was published in 2002. The data from the 4th edition formed the basis of the current online database. Contributing libraries are in the process of bringing their holdings statements up to date to accurately reflect their current collections.
AULOTS can be searched by serial title and entries provide links to both library holding statements and contact details.
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Australasian Religion Index (ARI Online)
ARI is an author and subject index covering over eighty religious and theological serials published in Australia or New Zealand and representing all religious traditions. Related areas of study such as history and sociology are also covered.
ARI indexes articles, notes and book reviews in religious studies, theology and related fields in the humanities and social sciences.
ARI is indexed and edited by members of ANZTLA Ltd.
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May 31, 2012