The internet provides an overwhelming amount of information on religious studies and theology: just a simple search can provide you with a cluttered list of databases, full-text resources, and websites with all sorts of information. To make sense out of it all it is necessary to search the internet in a structured manner. A good way to start is using internet selections made by universities and scientific institutions such as this one. A few important websites are listed below.
- BUBL LINK
- Computer-Assisted Theology
- Intute - Internet for Religious Studies
- Intute - Tutorial
- Librarian's Internet Index - Religion
- Religie en Spiritualiteit (UvA Amsterdam / only available in Dutch)
- Religion Explorer
- Religious Studies Web Guide
- Religious Worlds
- Guide to Early Church Documents
- Virtual Religion Index
- Wabash Internet Guide
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