Online version of Encyclopedia of Religion, 2nd ed., published in print in 2005. It includes almost all the original 2,750 entries (many updated) from the first edition edited by Mircea Eliade and published in 1987 plus almost 600 new articles. It covers almost all topics on the world's religions including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Taoism, new religious movements, ethics, feminist theology, ecology and religion, gender and religion, politics and religion, science and religion, art and religion, and film and religion. It is considered the standard English language resource in the field.
The New Catholic Encyclopedia (2nd ed.) is prized for its scholarly presentation of persons and subjects related to Catholicism and the humanities. This revised edition features contributions from hundreds of scholars from all over the world.... Read more about New Catholic Encyclopedia
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Online access to all the volumes of the Cambridge Histories series. It currently provides access to 61 different works containing over 250 volumes. It covers 14 subject areas including General History, Regional History, Literary Studies, Philosophy and Religion. Religion titles include: The Cambridge History of the Bible, The Cambridge History of Christianity, The Cambridge History of Islam, The Cambridge History of Judaism.