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About the Wabash Center and the Guide to Internet Resources
A great number of the Internet links in this section were selected from the Wabash Center Guide to Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion.  The Wabash Center “...seeks to strengthen and enhance the teaching and learning of theology and religion in higher education settings in the United States and Canada.”

The Guide to Internet Resources was created by Charles K. Bellinger, theological librarian and associate professor of theology and ethics at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas, through funding provided by the Lilly Endowment.

The Creation of the Wabash Internet Guide” by Charles K. Bellinger: an article written by the compiler of this guide setting out his methodology and criteria for this project.
 
 
 
Why Some Links and Not Others?
A Rational for Inclusion of Particular Links
A wide range of perspectives on most topics is quickly and easily available on the Internet. We endorse free access to those perspectives, but in order not to "overload" our resource lists, we offer a relatively small selection in each of our categories, geared toward our primary constituencies. We are aware that the academic study of culture requires engagement with cultural perspectives outside of academia. Therefore, in some areas of our Church and Social Issues category, we have included a wider spectrum of perspectives, with less screening for the academic viability of individual sites. If our patrons need or want help in finding perspectives that are not included in other areas of our Resource links, the library staff will be glad to assist.

Sites we consider to be of extra interest have been designated with the following:

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