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The study of religion in relationship to other disciplines. Philosophy, psychology, religious studies, science, sociology.
Religion and its relationship to the creative arts: dance, film, literature, music, the visual arts. Includes links to select museums and art collections.
Christian and Hebrew scripture resources: archaeology, textual studies, the Dead Sea Scrolls, Bible-related art resources.
The Christian Church and Social Issues
The church and various social issues and concerns: abortion, capital punishment, environment, GLBT, social justice, violence, war and peace, women.
Christian ethical thought, including sections on bioethics and politics.
Christian Theologies and Theologians
Links to resources on Christian theologians and various schools of theological thought, including Black, Feminist, Liberal, Liberation, Postmodern and Process theologies.
Christianity in the United States and Canada.
History and development of the Christian Church: the early church, medieval church, Reformation era, Modern and Postmodern era.
Religion and religious communities in the United States and Canada. Sub-sections include African American, Asian American, Hispanic and Native American religions.
Resources on evangelism, missions, pastoral care and counseling, religious education and youth ministry.
Religions of the world with links to inter-religious dialogue sources, including sections on Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.
The study of preaching and worship in the Christian Church, including Lectionary resources, liturgy and public worship, preaching/homiletics and links to online sermon collections.
Spirituality and spiritual practices, including sections on Western monasticism and mysticism.
Information about Christianity’s history and development in various geographical regions of the world.