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by Beth Perry last modified 2014-08-05T09:59:38-04:00

American Baptist Historical Society

The American Baptist Historical Society is the archive and historical interpreter of a major religious denomination — American Baptist Churches USA — made up of thousands of churches and 1.5 million people.

We also serve as the Baptist historical society of America, collecting documents from many different Baptist denominations in North America and around the world. As the oldest Baptist historical organization (founded in 1853) with the largest and most diverse collection of Baptist historical material, our holdings are of irreplaceable value to church, national, and global history.

Canadian Theses
To access Canadian D.Min dissertations full text:
1. Click on Search
2. Choose "Electronic Theses"
3. Under "Search the full text of electronic theses" enter DMin
4. Click on the PDF icon to access the full text

Bible Gateway
This database contains several translations of the Bible and is searchable by passage and keyword.
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
This site contains full-text of some classics in Church History as well as  reference works such as Bible dictionaries and encyclopedias.  Some books are available as MP3 files.
Unbound Bible
"The Unbound Bible is a collection of searchable Bibles consisting of: 10 English versions including the NASB, Greek and Hebrew versions, 4 ancient versions and 42 versions in other languages."
Mercer University Center for Baptist Studies
This site is the home page for the Center for Baptist Studies located at Mercer's Macon campus.  Information found here includes programs, events, resources, etc. relating mostly to Baptists in North America.

Finding God in Cyberspace
"This guide provides a selective listing of the best Internet resources of interest to religious studies scholars and students of religion. Rather than attempt a comprehensive listing of religious information on the Internet, this guide selectively points to the best gateways to specific types of religious information. This guide is especially designed to provide both novice and advanced Internet researchers with a helpful starting point for online religious research."

More than 5,200 articles and chapters. Topics include Old and New Testament, Theology, Ethics, History and Sociology of Religion, Communication and Cultural Studies, Pastoral Care, Counseling, Homiletics, Worship, Missions and Religious Education.
Wabash Center Guide to Internet Resources for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion
"A selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion: syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, websites, bibliographies, listserv discussion groups, liturgies, reference resources, software, etc. The purpose of the Guide is to encourage and facilitate the incorporation of electronic resources into teaching."

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