Guide to world religions provides a categorized directory of links, as well as articles, chat forums, holiday guides and related newsletters.
Get answers to common questions about various belief systems. Includes definitions of terms such as monolatry, pantheism, animism and henotheism.
Includes a general guide to beliefs and folklore, plus introductions to the religious systems of cultures from around the world.
Guide to the world's religions features a stats sheet and a short synopsis for each of the major faiths. Also has bulletin boards and chat rooms.
Read an explanation of this religious ornament and find out about its history from ancient times to the modern era.
Collection of links was designed to help religion students learn. Read articles about slavery, the Jefferson Bible and the Jesus Movement.
Individual purports to have downloaded a message from God that proves God's existence and explains the meaning of life. Sign up for updates.
Read about this multifaceted spiritual belief in souls and find out how the concept developed in different social disciplines.
Read an encyclopedic abstract for an explanation of this concept as it relates to religion, mythology and cultural studies.
Survey a brief history of the development of prejudice beliefs and actions against Jews, and find links to further sources of information.
Investigate this comparative religion community that presents ideas about spirituality and morality. Includes columns and inspirational wisdom.
Find news stories and interesting articles from around the world at this current-events roundup. Read selected quotes from the Bible.
Explore this extensive archive of electronic texts about religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and occult and esoteric topics
Collection of downloadable files on Christianity, Discordianism, Islam, Neopaganism, Satanism, Tariqas, and Zen Buddhism.
Offers a definition of this theological term and notes the differences between Christian and Jewish interpretations.
Explore this framework for developing understanding between different religions which was created by Robert Brow. Includes books and articles.
Offers descriptions of acosmic and cosmic theological positions, and notes which religions tend to follow each.
Encyclopedia article outlines different beliefs about the human soul as they occur in different religious cultures.
Find comparative descriptions of dozens of world religions, pagan faiths, cults and ethical groups, from Asatru to Zoroastrianism.
Offers a description of this ceremony or phrase offered to a deity as an act of spiritual communion.
Browse this collection of fact sheets, descriptions and directories regarding religions around the world.
Offers a historical explanation of this worldwide concept that assists humans in their understanding of themselves and the world around them.
Find detailed, alphabetical profiles of more than 250 religious groups and movements worldwide.
University of Virginia religious-studies class profiles numerous denominations and movements. Search by affiliation or group name.
Links to current religion-related stories in the news and to statistical data about world religions. Also includes a glossary of religious terms.
Explains the religious belief that the human body can live after death. Notes its occurrence in Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism and Islam.
Describes the theological device found in many religions that explains how a deity's doctrine is understood by humans.
Describes the various rituals and social conventions of different cultures toward individuals who have reached the age of adulthood.
Explore these overviews of 26 different world religions and belief systems, then take a quiz to find out what your most compatible faith is.
Find profiles of diverse Eastern and Western religions, and check out recommended links and books for each faith. Offers life-empowerment ideas.
Read about the development of the concept of reincarnation, and find out about the religions that have adopted the philosophy.
Objective Christian resource offers brief definitions and descriptions of more than 1,100 religious organizations, beliefs, and people.
Essay explains some reasons why today's predominant religions have failed society, and explains what can be done about it.
Learn how various ancient and modern religions view and celebrate the shortest day of the year. Includes Christianity and Neopaganism.
Details the celebrations of World Religion Day among the various world religions and contains links to those religions' Web sites.
Comparative anthology of sacred texts, systematically assembling quotations on topics like religious life, evil, and salvation.
Searchable database of news reports, announcements, general information, and policy statements from various Christian groups.
Presents a schedule of events, video clips, plus information about the ministry and bookstore of this organization helping teenagers.