Internet Resources [Philosophy & Religion]

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Go to resource ( (World Religions, Religion Statistics, Geography, Church Statistics)) link. (World Religions, Religion Statistics, Geography, Church Statistics) 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.

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Bible: King James Version

The original electronic text for this version of the Bible was provided by the Oxford Text Archive. Original tagging was performed by the New Centre for the Oxford English Dictionary (Waterloo). Subsequent conversion to SGML was performed by the University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative. The HTI is grateful for the permission of the Oxford Text Archive to provide access to the text.

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Hartford Institute for Religion Research

Research is at the heart of what we do - gathering reliable information about what is happening in religious life today. Groundbreaking studies on the movement of women into the role of clergy and timely assessment of trends in church membership are two of the many ways in which we seek to measure how people of faith are forming and re-forming their institutions. Changes in theological seminaries and in national denominational structures have received the Hartford Institute's careful attention, as have the dynamics and community contributions of congregations. Institute personnel and projects have pioneered methods for the study of congregations, including a national multi-faith survey that is gathering unprecedented, comprehensive data on the nation's congregations.

Go to resource (Internet Christian Library) link.

Internet Christian Library

This site includes information on Christian groups and individuals like Focus on the Family, Christian Research Institute, Our Daily Bread, The Taize Community, Leonard Ravenhill, David Wilkerson, and Christian Leadership Ministries. It contains a growing number of classical Christian texts and a significant collection of writings from the early Church.

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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Philosophy professors at Stanford University are developing this encyclopedia, featuring hundreds of articles. The section called "What's New" features the latest entries. The site is both searchable and browsable.

Go to resource (The Association of Religion Data Archives) link.

The Association of Religion Data Archives

The Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA) strives to democratize access to the best data on religion. Founded as the American Religion Data Archive in 1997 and going online in 1998, the initial archive was targeted at researchers interested in American religion. The targeted audience and the data collection have both greatly expanded since 1998, now including American and international collections and developing features for educators, journalists, religious congregations, and researchers. Data included in the ARDA are submitted by the foremost religion scholars and research centers in the world.

Go to resource (The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy) link.

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

The purpose of the IEP is to provide detailed, scholarly information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philosophy. The Encyclopedia is free of charge and available to all users of the Internet world-wide. The present staff of 25 editors and approximately 200 authors hold doctorate degrees and are professors at colleges and universities around the world, most notably from the United States, Great Britain, and Australia. The submission and review process of articles is the same as that with printed philosophy journals, books and reference works. The authors are specialists in the areas in which they write, and are frequently leading authorities. Submissions are peer reviewed by specialists according to strict criteria.

Go to resource (Virtual Religion Index) link.

Virtual Religion Index

This site is designed to advance research in matters of religion. As a global forum that may be accessed instantaneously anywhere, the internet promises to surpass the impact of the printing press on the study of religion. Gutenberg made possible the family Bible. The WWW puts a global library of free information on the desk of anyone with a computer & internet access.

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Wise Old Sayings

Whether you’re a bit curious about what philosophy is, a student tasked with writing about philosophy, or someone who works (or would like to work) in the field seeking connections and resources, you’ve come to the right place.

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