Divinity & Religion Websites: Theology


The Wabash Center Internet Guide, "Theology" is an excellent starting point since it is annotated and includes teaching resources, web sites, bibliographies and electronic journals. Note the lists of theologians arranged chronologically, 100A.D. to the present, at the top of the Wabash Center Theology page.

"Christian Theology Pages by Tradition" on the Fides Quaerens Internetum homepage is highly recommended since it offers links to such a variety of Christian theological perspectives.

Systematic Theologies by Doctrinal Persuasion:  A Selected Bibliography, might be of interest.

Academy of Christian Apologetics -- Lectures Online, Full-Text Articles, Correspondence School, Event Calendar, Resource Library....

Apologetics/North American Mission Board, Southern Baptist Convention -- Includes Science, World Religions, Denominations, Youth, New Religions, God, Jesus, & the Bible

Catholic Biblical Apologetics -- What Does the Catholic Church Teach & Why?, a Course by Dr. Robert Schihl and Paul Flanagan.

Catholic Theological Society of America -- Includes a Membership Directory, Bulletin Board, & Convention Information.

Center For Reformed Theology and Apologetics -- Booksellers, Discussion Lists, Seminaries, Publications, Software, Internet Links....

Christian Research Institute -- Use the CRI Archives Search Engine to Find Free Articles on Cults, Doctrine, Apologetics & More; Evangelical Viewpoint.

Church of England Interfaith Relations Network -- In partnership with Other Christian Churches, the Church of England seeks to build up Good Relations with People of Other Faith Traditions, & Where Possible to Co-operate with Them in Service to Society.

The Evangelical Philosophical Society -- Great Links to Other Related Sties.

Fides Quaerens Internetum -- Explore the Link, "Christian Theology Pages by Tradition," on This Great Web Site for Theological Inquiry. Recommended

National Council of Churches Interfaith Relations Commission -- What Does it Mean to be a Christian in an Increasingly Pluralistic & Multi-ethnic Nation?   The NCC Office for Interfaith Relations Provides Resources for Christians to Explore the Challenges & Opportunities of Living Among People of Other Faiths.

The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue -- The Central Office of the Catholic Church for the Promotion of Interreligious Dialogue in Accordance with the Spirit of the Second Vatican Council, in Particular the Declaration "Nostra Aetate".

Project Wittenburg -- Complete Works by and About Martin Luther.                 

Stand to Reason  --"Building Christian Thinkers for the Public Defense of the Faith."

TheologyWebsite.Com -- Electronic Texts, Sermons, Church History, Discussion....

Wabash Center Internet Guide:  Theology -- Annotated List of Web Sites, Teaching Resources, Bibliographies, Electronic Journals....

Wesley Center Online -- Sponsored by the Wesley Center for Applied Theology at Northwest Nazarene University. Includes Hymns, Sermons, & Much Full-Text Material in the Wesleyan/Arminian/Holiness Tradition.

World Council of Churches Interreligious Relations Committee -- Promotes Contact Between Christians & Neighbors of Other Faiths Primarily Through Multi-lateral & Bi-lateral Dialogue With Partners of Other Faiths that is Aimed at Building Trust, Meeting Common Challenges & Addressing Conflictive & Divisive Issues.



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