An ongoing research effort, the Pluralism Project studies and interprets religious diversity and interfaith relations in the United States. The site includes an introduction to the religions of the world through the lens of America, a survey of the interfaith encounter in America, news, the case initiative- applying the case method to study dilemmas and disputes in multireligious America, and more.
The online Oxford English Dictionary contains the complete A-to-Z sequence of the second edition, its three-volume Additions Series, and draft material produced in the progress toward the third edition.... Read more about Oxford English Dictionary
A full-text database containing digitized images of the original format of The Atlanta Constitution (1868-1942), with content including articles, photos, and advertisements. All text within the database is searchable.
This database allows searching of the text of a collection of essays by Liang Qichao published between 1902 and 1905. System requirements: Windows and Internet Explorer; requires a Chinese environment supporting Big 5 code and an input method for Chinese traditional characters.... Read more about Xin min shuo
This dictionary features broad-ranging entries on the history and doctrines of the major Buddhist schools, information on the spread of Buddhism in Asia and the West, and coverage of issues of contemporary concern such as human rights, abortion, euthanasia, "engaged Buddhism," and the role of women in Buddhist teachings.... Read more about Dictionary of Buddhism
HarpWeek is an electronic edition of Harper's Weekly, the leading American illustrated magazine of its day, which covered the political, military, social, and cultural stories of its day; each issue also included editorial comment, literature, humor, with extensive illustrations. HarpWeek may be browsed by issue date or literary genre; the full text may be searched using indexed thesaurus terms or keywords.
From the famous to the obscure, this book provides concise accounts of the lives, cults, relationships through patronage, and artistic associations of more than a thousand saints, including entries on the Martyrs of Korea, Mexico, and Vietnam, as well as the recently canonized such as Edith Stein, Padro Pio, and Josémaria Escriva.