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Religion on Internet and in Digital Formats

There is wealth of data available on the Internet for religious studies. Almost every major academic institution with Religious Studies program has a home page that lists selected resources and provides links to others. They differ in comprehensiveness, arrangement, and purpose. The resource is rapidly growing and institutional home pages such as this one cannot maintain it current. Consequently, navigation through variety of resources is advisable. In some areas there are centers or persons that make an effort to keep the developments up to date. Below listed are a few suggested starting points for your Internet searches. The suggestions do not reflect a quality judgement about these or any other site.

Religion databases on Searchworks

Religion on Project Muse

Bibliographies, Selected major sites, Journals, Texts, Images, CD ROMs available at Stanford, Biblical Maps, Statistics

See also in Socrates Databases by subjects: Religious Studies


ATLA Religion Database (1949-),

General Description (from ATLA Home Page):
The ATLA [and ATLAS - full text journals] Religion Database is an essential tool for the study of religion. It is the premier index to journal articles, book reviews, and collections of essays in all fields of religion. The fact that many publishers solicit the inclusion of their journals in ATLA RDB is indicative of the stature it has achieved in the community of religion scholars. Journals are selected for inclusion according to their scholarly merit and scope. Journals representing all the major religious faiths, major denominations, and numerous language groups are included. ATLA's indexing of multi-author works, such as Festschriften and conference proceedings, is unique among religion databases. Unlike indexes that catalog books of essays as a single entry, ATLA indexes the individual essays in each such work. Includes:

Religion Index One: Periodicals, 1949- (published 1952-). Semi-annual. Cumulates every two years
Religion Index Two: Multi-author Works, 1976- (published 1978-). Annual.
Research in Ministry from 1981-
Index to Book Reviews in Religion, 1986- (published 1989-)
Bibliography of bibliographies
Full Text journals in ATLA Religion Database

For ATLA Products: Databases and Publications see:

Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon

Index Islamicus. Available to Stanford-affiliated users. See also CD ROM below.

A Bibliographic Database on Buddhism

Selected Major Sites


From WABASH Center. Extensive, currently maintained resource. Excellent starting point for any research in religion. Internet Guide to Religion

Academic Info Religion: Subject Index. An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources for the Academic Study of Religion
Provides links to additional resources and covers all religions.

Online index of Religions and Religious Texts

Religions of the World

World religion database
"The World Religion Database (WRD) contains detailed statistics on religious affiliation for every country of the world. It provides source material, including censuses and surveys, as well as best estimates for every religion to offer a definitive picture of international religious demography. It offers best estimates at multiple dates for each of the world’s religions for the period 1900 to 2050."

Virtual Religion Index
"This Virtual Religion Index is a tool for students with little time. It analyzes & highlights important content of religion-related websites to speed research. Hyperlinks are provided not only to homepages but to major directories & documents within. Our purpose is not to circumvent tours of worthy sites, but to cut down the time spent on surfing & sorting of gopher searches. After all if you know what source has information you can use, chances are you will visit it more often. We offer this free service in hope that you will come here again & again." (from Preface)

Academic Info Religion Gateway
"An independent directory compiled by Mike Madin, a graduate of the University of Washington's Comparative Religion program. Academic Info is not affiliated with the University of Washington." (from Annotation)


Scholary Societies Project is a growing collection of over 43,870 adherent statistics and religious geography citations: references to published membership/adherent statistics and congregation statistics for over 4,200 religions, churches, denominations, religious bodies, faith groups, tribes, cultures, movements, ultimate concerns, etc. The religions of the world are enumerated here.

The American Religion Data Archive "includes data on churches and church membership, religious professionals, religious groups, and the general population."

Academic Search Premier multisubject database. "Academic Search Premier, designed specifically for academic institutions, is the world's largest scholarly, multi-disciplinary full text database containing full text for more than 4,500 publications, including more than 3,600 peer-reviewed publications. In addition to the full text, this database offers indexing and abstracts for all 8,025 journals in the collection."

Finding God in Cyberspace. A Guide to Religious Studies Resources on the Internet. By John L. Gersham

Single religion

Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library

Resources for the Study of Buddhism

Digital Library & Museum of Budhist Studies

Asia Pacific Research  Center
Major Center for resources on Asian studies including Buddhist Studies and Tibetan Studies.

Stories of Zen

Resources for the Study of East Asian Language and Thought

Hinduism, for example see: India Divine

Jaininsm: Jain Principles, Tradition, and Practices

The Jain Universe Online

Gateway to Sikhism


The Islam Page

EURISLAM is an open access database especially designed for academics, public
organisations and officials. It indexes publications concerning two major aspects of Islam
in Europe: the current state of Muslim populations in European societies (minority groups, immigration issues, leadership, institutions, public policies, trends, etc.) and Islam as religion (beliefs, practices, values, movements and schools of thought, etc.). The database contains reviews of press articles, books, contributions to collective publications, studies and reports, theses and grey literature. Currently, more than 4,300 references are available free of charge in French or English.

Shi'ite Encyclopedia

Judaism and Jewish Resources



Christianity: on of the more interesting site has Yale Divinity School Library: Research Guide for Christianity

New Advent Catholic Website
Catholic Encyclopedia; Summa Theologica; Church Fathers; Catholic FAQ.
Bookshop; Church Documents; EWTN Library; Universal Catechism; Baltimore Catechism; Code of Canon Law; Bible (Douay-Rheims); Ecumenical Councils; Doctrinal Concordance.
Catholic World; News; Daily Catholic; Vatican Info Service; Zenit; Fides.
The Holy See; EWTN; PetersNet; CatholiCity; Catholic Online; Catholic Info Net; CICI; AlaPadre; New Advent.

Catholic Educator's Resource Center

BSW Research Center
Links to:
    BSW Journal, Studies of biblical theology
    Project. The electronic version of established biblical journals
          Biblica, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome
          Filología Neotestamentaria, University of Córdoba
    Multi-Library Search (MLS): a search engine for bibliographic research, including biblical articles online database (OBAL)
    Scriptural Index of biblical commentaries on the WEB
    Listings of library catalogs, e-journals, and other links

For Christian news coverage:

Christian Ethereal Classics Library

WiBiLex - Das Bibel Lexikon
Free but requires registration. Covers both Testaments.


There are several ways to identify journals available on line. For example through:
ATLA Religion Database with Serials, see above.

Religious Studies Electronic Journals

Electronic Journals for Religion

Theological Journals
List of commercial and free electronic journals. Some annotated.
Selected full text journals (not available through EBSCO. Some items included courtesy of John Jaeger's list of free online publications):

Africanus Journal
The American Journal of Biblical Theology
Anglican Theological Review
Ars disputandi. The Online Journal for Philosophy of Religion
Australian Ejournal of Theology
Baptist History & Heritage
The Bible and Critical Theory
Burning Bush
Christian Ethics Today
Christian History and Biography
Christianity Today
Church & State
Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research
Denver Journal: An Online Review of Current Biblical and Theological Studies
DISKUS: The On-Disk Journal of International Religious Studies
Electronic Journal of Vedic Studies
Esoterica: The Journal of Esoteric Studies
Ethic@ - An International Journal for Moral Philosophy
Filologia Neotestamentaria
First Things. The Journal of Religion and Public Life
Harvard Divinity Bulletin
Hinduism Today
History of Religions (JSTR)
Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies
Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion
Japanese Journal of Religious Studies
Journal for Christian Theological Research
Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory
Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies J.S.R.I.
Journal for the Study of Rhetorical Criticism of the New Testament
Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies
Journal of Biblical Literature
Journal of Biblical Studies
Journal of Buddhist Ethics
Journal of Chinese Philosophy,
Journal of Communication and Religion
Journal of Early Christian Studies, Muse
Journal of Global Buddhism
Journal of Greco-Roman Judaism and Christianity
The Journal of Hebrew Scriptures
Journal of Liberal Religion
Journal of Lutheran Ethics(JLE)
Journal of Men, Masculinity and Spirituality
Journal of Religion and Film
Journal of Religion and Popular Culture
Journal of Religion & Society
Journal of Religion, Identity, and Politics
Journal of Scriptual Reasoning
The Journal of Southern Religion
Journal of textual reasoning
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Laval theologique et philosophique
Lectio Difficilior: European Electronic Journal for Feminist Exegesis
Living Tradition: Journal of the Roman Theological Forum
Marburg Journal of Religion
The Mennonite Quarterly Review
Modern Judaism, Muse
The North Star: A Journal of African-American Religious History
Online - Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet
Philosophy East and West
Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural
Protestant Reformed Theological Journal
Quaker Theology
Quodlibet: Journal of Christian Theology and Philosophy
Religion and Gender
Religion and society in Central and Eastern Europe
Religion in Eastern Europe
Rever. Revista de Estudos de Religiao
Religion in the News
Review of Biblical Literature
Rutgers journal of law & religion
Sociology of Religion
Spirita. Zeitschrift fur Religionswissenschaft
Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality, Muse
Studies in Religion / Sciences Religieuse
TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism
Wesleyan Theological Journal
Western Buddhism Review
Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal

(see also journals above)

The Cambridge Companions to Philosophy, Religion and Culture
See also The Cambridge Companions Complete Collection available on line to Stanford users

The Internet Sacred Text Archive
"The largest religious text archive on the Internet" (C&RL News, June 2002, p. 427)

Religious texts
Full texts by recognized religious scholars.

Oxford Handbooks Online: Religion

Documenta Catholica Omnia.
Wealth of texts and documents including Patrologia Graeca and Patrologia Latina.

Acta Sanctae Sedis

Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Database of classical Chinese philosophy. Computer data. Stanford, CA : Academic Text Service of Stanford University, 1995.
Contents notes: Electronic Version of Basic Writings of Chuang Tzu -- Electronic Version of Hsun Tzu Basic Writings -- Electronic Version of the Basic Writings of Mo Tzu/ Electronic Version of Tao Te Ching / Lao Tzu -- Electronic Version of The Analects / Confucius -- Electronic Version of The Mencius -- Electronic Version of Two Chinese Philosophers / Ch'eng Ming-tao, (1032-1085) and Ch'eng Yi-ch'uan, (1033-1107).
Notes: Access restricted to Stanford-affiliated users.

Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts

Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live.

The Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL) is a select database of digital books relating to the development of theology and philosophy during the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.).

Past Masters Series, Critical editions of classics in philosophy and religion.

Tibetan Buddhist Research Center (check Stanford catalog for holdings of TBRC

English Translation of the Buddhist Canon and Publication Project


The Catholic Encyclopedia
The Encyclopedia Mythica
The Ecole Initiative. Creating a Hypertext Encyclopedia of Early Church History on the World-Wide Web
Digital Dictionary of Buddhism
A Shiite Encyclopedia


Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon Nachschlagewerk mit aktuellen Nachträgen

Old and New Testaments
World Wide Study Bible
.The Bible Gateway

Non biblical texts
Guide to Early Church Documents

e- Catena
There are 12,517 cross-references. By the nature of its method of compilation, this e-Catena project has a rightful claim to providing the most comprehensive collection of allusions from the Ante-Nicene Fathers to the New Testament texts. (From the description of the project).
The project has also link to Early Christian Writings.
This web page is copyright © 2001 Peter Kirby

The Koran

Stanford subscribes to:

Acta Sanctorum [Computer File]. Alexandria, Va.: Chadwyck-Healey.
Note: Available to Stanford-affiliated users (on campus) only
Also CD ROM version, see below.

Patrologia Latina Database [Computer File]. Version 5.0b. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey.
Note: Available to Stanford-affiliated users (on campus) only
Also CD ROM version, see below.

Digital library of classic Protestant texts


Yale Divinity Digital Image and Text Library
There are two subsections of the Text Databases that are browsable by
subject and genre categories: Eikon for Biblical studies and AdHoc on the History of Christianity:

ArtStore, images from collections associated with RLG on all subjects not only religious.

CD ROMs available at Stanford:

CD ROMs are: 1. mounted  on Cluster machines next to the Reference Desk in the Information Center. There is a list of available CD ROMs next to the cluster machine in Information Center listing items available at the Information Desk and mounted on clusters. 2.  in the Humanities Digital Information Service in the Lane Room (HASRG) and in Media Microtext Collections (Lower level). Some items from HASRG could be moved to Media Microtext Collections.

Please note that there are also CD ROMs not on clusters available at the Information Desk. These are, however, not directly in the field of religious studies. Printing facilities are available at every location.

1. CD ROMs on clusters in the Information Center:

Index islamicus on CD-ROM [computer file]. London; New Providence, NJ: Bowker-Saur, 1998-
Vols. for 1906 to 1996-   called also: 1906-1997-   ; vols. issued 1999-   called also: Ed. 2-
Summary: A bibliography of books and index of articles in periodicals on Islam and the Muslim world. Also includes reviews.
Includes materials listed in the printed version of Pearson/Roper's Index Islamicus with some additional titles. Periodically updated.

The encyclopaedia of Islam [computer file] / [edited by ... H.A.R. Gibb.] CD ROM ed.  Leiden: Brill, 1999-  .

The interpreter's Bible [computer file]: & The interpreters dictionary of the Bible + Getting started guide. Computer data and programs. Nashvill: Abingdon Software, 1999.

International medieval bibliography [computer file].  Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, 1995-

Encyclopaedia Judaica [computer file]: CD-ROM edition. Jerusalem, Israel; Shaker Heights, Ohi: Judaica Multimedia,  1997.

Ethics index [computer file]: an interdisciplinary resource of journal and essay information in the field of ethics. Evanston, IL: American Theological Library Association, 1996.
Covers 1990-

2. CD ROMs housed in the HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) or in Media Microtext Collection (Lower Level)

BibleWorks 9: software for Biblical exegesis and research. BibleWorks 6 [electronic resource].
Norfolk, VA : BibleWorks, 2011. 3 computer discs : DVD-ROM; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (16 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.)
Summary: BibleWorks is an electronic Bible concordance and morphological analysis program. It includes texts of the Hebrew O.T., Greek O.T. and N.T. and a wide range of English and modern foreign language texts. It also has Bible dictionaries and other aids. It includes texts of the Hebrew O.T., Greek O.T. and N.T. and a wide range of English and modern foreign language texts. It also has Bible dictionaries, concordances and other aids. Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and other early Christian Literature. 3rd ed., and the Qumran sectarian manuscripts.
HAS-DIGIT Green Library [Humanities, Social Sciences] BS420 .B6 2011

Christian classics ethereal library [electronic resource].
Grand Rapids, MI: Christian Classics Ethereal Library, 2001.
Media Microtext Collection ZMS 1248

On common ground [electronic resource]: world religions in America. Diana L. Eck and the Pluralism Project at Harvard University. Computer data and programs. New York, NY: Columbia University Press, 1997.
1 computer laser optical disc + 1 user's guide.
Explores the history, beliefs, and current practices of fifteen religious traditions in the United States.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BL2525 .E25 1997

Library of Latin texts [electronic resource]: CLCLT. Moderante Paul Tombeur, Centre Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium.
CETEDOC Library of Christian Latin Texts [computer file] /   Universitas Catholica Lovaniensis Lovanaii Novi. Turnhout, [Belgium]: Brepols, 1991-
Computer laser optical disks  +  user's guide.
Contents notes: General database of Christian Latin texts/a computerized Patrology covering the period from the late second century to the fifteenth century. Includes vols. published in the Corpus Christianorum, both the Series Latina and the Continuatio mediaeualis, the collected works of major authors such as Augustine, Jerome, and Gregory the Great, as well as several works not yet available in the Corpus Christianorum but included in the Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum Latinorum of  Vienna, the Patrologia Latina or other collections.
Information Center (desk) BR60 .C4

Acta sanctorum database on CD-ROM [computer file]. Cambridge, UK; Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1999. 1 computer optical disc + user manual  + quick reference guide.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BR1710 .A28 1999

Patrologia Latina Database [computer file]. Release 3. Alexandria, VA: Chadwyck-Healey, 1994.
5 computer optical discs + 2 computer disks + 1 user manual
Also available online to Stanford-affiliated users.
Contents Note:   disc 1. Vols. 1-47 -- disc 2. Vols. 48-89 -- disc 3. Vols. 90-137 -- disc 4. Vols. 138-181 -- disc 5. Vols. 182-221.
This final release of the Patrologia Latina database represents a complete electronic version of the first edition of Jacques-Paul Migne's Patrologia Latina (1844-1855 and 1862-1865).
Available to Stanford-affiliated users (on campus) at:
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BR60 .P37 1995

Thesaurus formarum totius latinitatis [computer file] : CETEDOC index of Latin forms: a Plauto usque ad saeculum XXum. Turnhout: Brepols, 1998.
1 computer optical disc + 1 user's guide
Notes:  "Database for the study of the vocabulary of the entire Latin world = Base de données pour  l'étude du vocabulaire di toute la latinité"
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BR60 .T547 1998

Ut per litteras apostolicas [electronic resource] : les lettres pontificales = papal letters.
Title from header: Papal letters. [Rome]: Ecole française de Rome; [Paris]: Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes (CNRS); Turnhout: Brepols, 2001. (Bibliothéque des écoles françaises d'Athénes et de Rome. 3e série.)
2 computer optical discs: col. + 1 booklet
Electronic version of "Registres et lettres des papes du XIIIe siecle" and "Registres et lettres des papes du XIVe siecle." Publication in progress. Issued to date:  published analyses of the litterae communes and curial letters of Pope(s) John XXII and Benedict XII and the litterae communes of Urban V along with abridged lists germane to each of these publications and a thesaurus.
Contents Note: John XXII, Pope, d. 1334.--Correspondence. Benedict XII, Pope, d.1342.--Correspondence. Urban V, Pope, 1310-1370.--Correspondence.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BX863 .U8X 2004

Catholic Church. Pope (1281-1285 : Martin IV)
Processus Martini P. IV contra Petru Arragonae et Palaeologum [computer file]. ca. 1281.
1 scroll : vellum, ca. 8 feet long.
Pope Martin IV was, in fact, the second pope by that name, not the fourth, because "Martin  II" and "Martin III" were incorrect spellings in the official papal lists and should have been "Marinus II" and Marinus III." This explains why the above title includes the words "aliis II."
Contents notes:  Martin IV (pope from 22 Feb 1281 to March 28, 1285) completely reversed the policies of  his predecessors by throwing his support to the king of France. This unusually long and  detailed document issued by the papal chancery against the Emperor of Byzantium Michael  VIII Palaeologos and King Peter III of Aragon illustrates the consequences of this reversal: it   threatens both rulers with excommunication unless they promptly comply with the pope's commands. Both Michael Palaeologos and Peter of Aragon were eventually excommunicated. This conflict between the Holy See with the emperors of the East and the  Kings of Aragon has received much attention by historians.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BX1249 .C38 1281

Fowler-Magerl, Linda.
Kanones [computer file]: a selection of canon law collections compiled outside Italy between 1000 and 1140.  Piesenkofen, Germany : Kanones WIP Verlag, 1998.
1 computer optical disc. Supplement: guide
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BX1935 .F62 1998

Bruno, Giordano, 1548-1600. Works. 1999.
Opere complete [computer file] / Giordano Bruno ; a cura di Nuccio Ordine. Torin : Nino Aragno editor ; Roma: Lexis progetti editoriali, 1999. (Classici del pensiero europeo)
1 computer optical disc. + 1 booklet  + 1 user's guide
Italian works are from the oeuvres Complètes (Paris : Les Belles Lettres, 1992-1999); Latin  texts chiefly from the 19th century edition. Idiota triumphans, De somni interpretatione,  Praelections gemetricae and Ars deformationum are from editions published by Giovanni  Aquileccia in 1957 and 1964.
Contents notes:  Complete works of Giordano Bruno on CD-ROM. Includes bibliography of criticism and images associated with the text, and text may be searched.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) B783 .A3 1999

Junghans, Helmar. Martin Luther, exploring his life and times, 1483-1546. [interactive multimedia]. Minneapolis, Minn: Fortress Press, 1998.
1 computer laser optical disc. +  booklet.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BR325 .J86 1998

A Latter-day Saint library [computer file] : including the Encyclopedia of Mormonism. West Valley City, Utah : Infobases, Inc.; Bookcraft, 1998.
1 computer laser optical disc + 1 reference manual.
Contents Note: Holy Bible, King James version -- Book of Mormon -- Doctrine and covenants -- Pearl of  great price -- Holy Bible, inspired ver. : excerpts -- Discourses of Brigham Young / comp.  John A. Widtsoe -- Discourses of Wilford Woodruff / comp. G. Homer Durham -- Doctrines  of salvation : sermons and writings of Joseph Fielding Smith (3 v.) / ed. by Bruce R.  McConkie -- Encyclopedia of Mormonism (4 v.) / ed. by D General Conference coverage  1970- 1996 / published by the Deseret News -- Gospel doctrine : selections from the  sermons and writings of Joseph F. Smith / comp. John A. Widtsoe -- Gospel ideals: selections from the discourses of David O. McKay / comp. G. Homer Durham -- Gospel  kingdom : selections from the writings and discourses of John Taylor / ed. by G. Homer  Durham -- Gospel standards : selections from the sermons and writings of Heber J. Grant /  comp. G. Homer Durhamerts --  Jesus the Christ / James E. Talmage -- Mormon doctrine /Bruce R. McConkie -- A study of  the Articles of faith / James E. Talmage -- Teachings of Ezra Taft Benson / Ezra Taft Benson  -- Teachings of George Albert Smith / ed. by Robert and Susan McIntosh -- Teachings of  Gordon B. Hinckley / Gordon B. Hinckley -- Teachings of Harold B. Lee / ed. by Clyde J.  William s -- Teachings of Howard W. Hunter / ed. by Clyde J. Williams -- Teachings of  Joseph Smith / ed. by Larry E. Dahland Donald Q. Cannon -- Teachings of Lorenzo Snow /  ed. by Clyde J. Williams -- Teachings of Spencer W. Kimball / comp. Edward L. Kimball.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BX8605.5 .L3 1998

Book of Mormon.
The Book of Mormon [computer file]: Palmyra, 1830. Joseph Smith;  commentary by Rick Grunder. Book of Mormon: an account written by  the hand of Mormon, upon plates taken from the plates of Nephi by Joseph Smith, Junior.  Palo Alto, CA: Octavo, 1998.
1 computer optical disc
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BX8623 1998

Faith in every footstep, 1847-1997 [interactive multimedia]:  150 years of Mormon pioneers / Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.150 years of Mormon pioneers.  [Salt Lake City, Utah]: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1997.
1 computer laser optical disc.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BX8693 .F35 1997

Musser, Donald W.
The Abingdon dictionary of theology [computer file].  [Nashville, TN]: Abingdon Software, [1997?].
1 computer optical disc + user's guide
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BR118 .M87 1997

Bible. Latin. Vulgate. 1454. Gutenberg Digital [computer file]: Göttinger Gutenberg-Bibel,  Musterbuch und Helmaspergisches Notariatsinstrument / hrsg. von Elmar Mittler, Stephan Füssel. 2000. Library Holdings: CD ROM: disc 1-2.  Supplement: user's guide.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) Z241 .B58 2000
Can also be searched on line:

The Anchor Bible dictionary on CD ROM [computer file]. Bible. English. Authorized. 1997. Bible. English. New Revised Standard. 1997. Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, 1997. 1 computer laser optical disc + 1 user guide.
Includes all entries in all six volumes of the Anchor Bible Dictionary as well as photos, drawings and bibliographies, plus the King James and the New Revised Standard Versions of the Bible.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BS440 .A54 1997

New international dictionary of new testament theology [computer file]. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Pub. House, 1999. 1 computer optical disk + User Guide.
Based on the 1986 4-vol. work edited by Colin Brown. Searchable by English or transliterated Greek.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BS2397 .N48 1999

The Oxford Bible commentary [electronic resource] / edited by John Barton and John Muddiman. Oxford; New Yor: Oxford University Press, 2001.  1 Computer optical disk.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BS491.3 .O943 2001

The expositor's Bible commentary [computer file]. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan Interactive, 1998. 1 computer optical disc + 1 Zondervan  reference software user's guide.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BS2341.2 .E97 1998

Word biblical commentary [electronic resource]. General editors, Bruce A. Metzger, David A. Hubbard, Glenn W. Barker; Old Testament editor, John D.W. Watt; New Testament editor, Ralph P. Martin. [58 volume ed.] Nashville, Tenn.: Nelson Reference & Electronic , 2004.
1 CD-ROM + 1 quick start guide (unpaged ; 12 cm.)
Partial contents: New King James version -- King James version -- New treasury of scripture knowledge -- Tense, voice, mood analysis of the Bible -- Strong's enhanced lexicon -- New Strong's dictionary of Greek and Hebrew words -- Nelson's new illustrated Bible manners and customs -- Nelson's complete book of Bible maps and charts.
Media Microtext Collection (Lower Level) ZMS 1384

New Testament abstracts (CD-ROM). Cambridge, Mass.: Weston Jesuit School of Theology, 1999-
Library has v. 32-42, 1988-1998.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BS410 .N353

The evolution of the English Bible [computer file] : from papyri to King James. Kathryn L. Beam and Traianos Gagos, editors. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997.
Supplemental booklet entitled: Supplemental transcriptions and translations: The Book of Enoch, Melito: Homily on the Passion, The epistles of Paul.
Contents notes:   Provides a guided tour of the evolution of biblical text and images over the course of sixteen  centuries. Based on rare materials in the Special Collections Library of the University of Michigan. Contains several hundred images that trace the roots of the King James Bible,  showing both its direct ancestors and other, related religious works dating from 119-1611CE.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) B5445 .E96 1997

Bible. English (Middle English). Wycliffe. 1999. Wycliffite manuscript, the new testament [computer file]. Oakland, CA: Octavo Corporation, 1999.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BS135.4 1999

Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.
Luther's works on CD-ROM [electronic resource]. General editors: Jaroslav Pelikan and  Helmut T. Lehmann. Philadelphia: Fortress Press; St. Louis, Mo.,: Concordia, 2002.
1 computer laser optical disk : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 Quick start guide.
Notes: "This CD-ROM makes available the entire 55-volume set of Luther's Works, a magisterial  translation project published jointly by Fortress Press and Concordia Publishing House in  1957."
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BR330 .E5 2002

BUDSIR IV for Windows [computer file].  Bangkok, Thailand: Mahidol University Computing Center, 1997.
1 computer optical disc + user manual
Contents notes:   Computer version of the Buddhist scriptures (Pali canon), representing the collected teachings  and sayings of the Buddha (45 vols.) plus commentary and other sacred texts (70 vols.), in  Romanized Pali Thai script.
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BQ1171 1996

Tanjur. Sde dge Bstan 'gyur [electronic resource].
Cover title: Derge Tengyur. Derge redaction of the tengyur. Commentaries on the Buddha's word by Indian masters.New York , N.Y: The Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center, [2003]
11 CD-ROMs
Note: "Reproduced from editions of the individual sections published in Delhi at the Delhi Karmapae Chodhey, Gyalwae Sungrab Partun Khang, itself a reproduction from a clear set of prints from the 18th century Sde-dge blocks."
Notes: In Tibetan, translated from the Sanskrit
HAS Digital Culture and Humanities Computing (Lane Room) BQ1270 2003

Biblical Maps

Maps of the Holy Land (150-1920)


World religion database
"The World Religion Database (WRD) contains detailed statistics on religious affiliation for every country of the world. It provides source material, including censuses and surveys, as well as best estimates for every religion to offer a definitive picture of international religious demography. It offers best estimates at multiple dates for each of the world’s religions for the period 1900 to 2050."

Global Christianity: A Report on the Size and Distribution of the World’s Christian Population
features information on Christian traditions, movements and denominations based on a country-by-country analysis of approximately 2,400 sources, including censuses and nationally representative population surveys.  It also includes data on the regional distribution of Christians around the world, spotlighting the Americas, Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East-North Africa."




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