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World's Major Religions
via World Economic Forum
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Religion in South Carolina & United States
Encyclopedia of American Religions
Detroit : Thomson/Gale, c2003
Describes religious sects and cults across U.S.
Religion in South Carolina
ed. by Charles H. Lippy; Columbia, SC University of South Carolina Press, c1993
The South Carolina Encyclopedia
Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Press, c2006
Entries on Asian Religions, Baha'is, Baptists, Catholics, Charismatics, Episcopalians, Jews, Methodists, Muslims, Latter-Day Saints, Lovers of Meher Baba, Pentecostals, Slave Religion, more
Digital South Carolina Encyclopedia
Builds on the 2006 volume; joint project of South Carolina Humanities, the University of South Carolina Press, the USC Libraries, the USC Center for Digital Humanities, the USC College of Arts & Sciences, the USC Institute for Southern Studies, the South Carolina State Library, and many other organizations
Oxford Bibliographies - Biblical Studies, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies
Combining the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia, this cutting-edge resource directs researchers to the best available scholarship across a wide variety of subjects. Subject sets currently include African American Studies, Biblical Studies, Cinema & Media Studies, Islamic Studies, Jewish Studies, Latino Studies, Literary and Critical Theory, and Philosophy.
Greek 101: Learning an Ancient Language series
36 episodes via Kanopy
Presented by Hans-Friedrich Mueller, Ph.D., Union College, Schenectady, NY; includes workbook supplement
Key Religion Resources
all aspects of Judaica
ATLA Religion Database
index to articles (many with a link to full-text article) published in journals and books from 1949 to the present
international publications on all aspects of Islam and the Muslim world; includes items by western orientalists, social scientists, and Muslims writing in European languages
index to literature, languages, archaeology, history, economy, philosophy, art, religion, science, technology, and all other aspects of ancient Greece and Rome (prehistory to 800 C.E.); publications 1924-present
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