Libraries in this category specialize in the study of religions or in religious thought. This will include libraries at schools of theology as well as at churches, synagogues, temples, or other sectarian institutions.
Links to basic information about the library, Internet resources, bibliographies of reference materials, and information about the manuscripts and archives collection and online exhibits.
Includes access to the online catalog, plus electronic journals and other resources.
Library information and some links to online theological resources, including Bibles and religious dictionaries and encyclopedia.
Guide to the library resources, research opportunities, and hours of operation.
Provides information on this library and access to the online catalog.
Electronic resources include resource guides in PDF format as well as the ability to search the library's website.
General information about the library and its services, including access to the online catalog and research resources in theology.
Links to library sites for the three campuses, the online catalog, both a periodicals database and list, and additional resources in theology and ministry.
Graduate and research library provides online catalog, reference tools and information on its exhibits.
A group of four libraries in Cincinnati, New York, Jerusalem and Los Angeles.
Founded to preserve medieval manuscripts from Europe, Africa, and the Middle East in microfilm form. Offers research materials for all aspects of medieval and Renaissance life.
Huge collection of 872,000 items. Premier collections include Baptist associational minutes, Baptist newspapers and other primary materials related to Baptist work in the South.
Exhibits, publications, digitized collections and news articles, and access to online catalogs for research in Hebraica and Judaica.
Part of the Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary, Jacksonville, Texas.
Jain library having manuscripts and books on Indology and specially on Jainlogy.
Includes information about the two libraries, with lists of links to online resources.
Online books, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and online journals available to the public.
Approximately 35,000 volumes and 200 current periodicals concentrating on Orthodox Eastern Christianity, with emphasis on the fields of Church History, Patristics and Hagiography. Also 12,000 monograph and periodicals with strong representation of East European and pre-1917 Russian theological works and devotional literature.
Documents relating to practical Christian life as submitted by the CHRISTIA mailing list readers, including biographies, sermons, and issues of morality.
An international centre for biblical research, based in Cambridge, England. One of the world's largest biblical studies libraries. Full catalogue and other resources online.
Print and electronic subject resources in different areas of study, including church history, the New Testament, and theology.
Digital library tools for theological studies include a research guide for Christianity, denominational resources, and online tutorials.
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