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This guide will introduce you to resources you can use when researching in religious studies.
To evaluate a source to see if it is appropriate for your work, examine its currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose. For more information, take a look at this Evaluating Sources guide by Nova Southeastern University Library.
The DILP's objectives are to digitize and present quality Islamic resources related to the history, law, practice, and society of the Islamic religion, with particular emphasis on Twelver Shia Islamic school of thought.
Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus on providing answers to questions about the Bible—particularly the book of Genesis—regarding key issues such as creation, evolution, science, and the age of the earth.
The largest collection of publications within Israel is accessible to the public free of charge at the National Library with over 5 million volumes of books, manuscripts, periodicals, archives, maps, photographs, and audio recordings. (In Hebrew, Arabic and English).
This paper is about different spiritual and religious traditions in the world and how they have or could in the future contribute to the creation of a global culture of peace. By Linda Groff and Paul Smoker.
The icons of this ancient Mediterranean cult can be deciphered only in terms of a worldview that placed the powers controlling human destiny not on the earth but in the stars. Source: Scientific American, December 1989.
The following article is composed of possible parallels between the New Testament and the Mystery religions.1 The purpose for the paper is simply to demonstrate that the mystery religions help at times to elucidate background (i.e. practices, beliefs and linguistic phenomena) for the understanding of certain N. T. texts.