Theological Links

A comprehensive but not exhaustive list of electronic resources, (by subject), that are useful for theological studies. There are many other links available on other library websites. 

Biblical Studies Sites

General Religious Sites

History

For numerous websites related to historical periods of time or geographical locations (e.g. Renaissance and Reformation history; or African history) see Trinkle and Merriman's book "The History Highway 3.0” (call number D16.117 H57 2002).

Journals

The following is a non-exhaustive list of journals accessible, mostly for free, on the Internet.

Search many of these journals simultaneously (via a Google Custom Search engine) at Sally Sheldon's Thelological Journals Search

  • Affirmation and Critique Biblical, theological studies; published by Living Stream Ministires; indexed in ATLA Religion database. Some full-text available.
  • Biblica a free online journal (from 1998), published by the Pontifical Institute in Rome, dedicated to biblical studies on the Old and New Testament and intertestamentary literature; covering fields of research such as exegesis, philology, and history.
  • Concordia Theological Quarterly (Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN)
  • Denver Seminary Journal "An online review of current biblical and theological studies."
  • Directory of Open Access Journals free, full-text scientific and scholarly journals in a number of disciplines, including religion. Over 700 journals in the directory.
  • Find Articles free periodical index for 300 titles that include full-text. Follow the research tips to search effectively.
  • Free Theological Electronic Journals List compiled by the American Theological Library Association (ATLA) Special Committee of the Association for International Collaboration.
  • Full-text Theology Journals Online (St. Mary's University--not necessarily free)
  • Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet a new journal with complete online full-text hosted by Heidelberg University, apparently wholly devoted to studying religion on the Net.
  • Index Theologicus : from Tubingen University, this database contains document descriptions (i.e. citations and some abstracts but no full-text) from more than 600 periodicals and from Festschriften and congress publications. Updated daily.
  • Journal for Christian Theological Research a free journal (from 1996) in systematic and moral theology. It is indexed in the ATLA Religion database as well as Religious and Theological Abstracts (RTA).
  • Journal of Markets & Morality "promotes intellectual exploration of the relationship between economics and morality from both social science and theological perspectives, bringing together theologians, philosophers, economists, and other scholars for dialogue concerning the morality of the marketplace"
  • The Medieval Review free online scholarly journal including research articles, review articles and book reivews.
  • Minister's Council an online journal issued by the Minister's Council of the American Baptist Churches. Eventually all the back issues will be added as well.
  • Philosophy e-journals compiled by the American Philosophical Association
  • Reviews in History from the Institute of Historical Research (University of London) this is a free online journal of book reviews and articles.
  • TC: A Journal of Text Criticism an "electronic journal dedicated to the study of the Jewish and Christian biblical texts" with scholarly articles, project reports, and book reviews.
  • Theology Today
  • Wabash Center list of online journals an annotated listing of a variety of online journals in the area of theology and religion

Online Texts

Other Libraries

Searching other libraries can be very useful when trying to discover what is available in your area of research.

Subject Directories

Subject Directories organize Internet sites by subject, allowing users to choose a subject that interests them and then browse through the resources in that category. Subject directories do not, however, have links to every piece of information on the Internet and are much smaller than search engine databases since they are compiled by people rather than computer programs.

  • Academic Info Searching under “Subject Gateways—Humanities” provides links for religion, history, philosophy, etc
  • BUBL LINK use BUBL LINK when you are researching a broad topic and want a collection of Internet resources recommended by information professionals
  • INFOMINE: Scholarly Internet Resource Collections a large collection of scholarly Internet resources. It is a searchable  directory of scholarly Internet resources, with topics grouped by subject. Each entry is annotated with a description of the site.
  • Librarians' Index to the Internet the LII is a well-organized, selective, and continually updated collection maintained by a large number of indexers in California.
  • Open Directory Project

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