Religion & Philosophy
- Yahoo! Society and Culture: Religion and Spirituality: Faiths and Practices
- This section of the Yahoo! directory contains an exhaustive list of religious denominations which have sites on the World Wide Web. Constantly updated, Yahoo! is an excellent starting point for the study of world religions.
- Bible Gateway
- A product of the Gospel Communications Network, this site enables you to search for passages in the Bible in nine languages and among multiple Bible versions.
- Buddha Net: Buddhist Information Network
- Dedicated to the spread of information on the teachings of Buddha and the Buddhist lifestyle. Features include sections on Buddhist studies, meditation, and links to other Buddhist sites.
- The Holy See
- The official website of the Vatican; sections include the writings of the Holy Father, the deliberations of the Roman Curia, a news service, and links to the Vatican museums.
- Christianity Online
- Christian Community, Interests and Magazines - A publication of Christianity Today, Inc., this site includes the full text of their thirteen magazines, a religious news service, and links to Christian sites throughout the world.
- Institute for Christian Leadership
- More scholarly in scope, this is the repository for several organizations' documents including Focus on the Family and the Christian Research Institute. A special feature is the "church locator" which provides links to churches throughout the world.
- The Hindu Universe
- Provides a complete overview of the Hindu religion, its philosophy, art, and customs. Features include a question and answer forum, information on vegetarianism and links to other helpful sites.
- IslamiCity in Cyberspace
- A thorough site for followers of the Islamic faith; highlights include a searchable online Koran and an interactive feature called "Ask the Imam."
- Project Genesis: Torah on the Information Superhighway
- An excellent site for Jewish education on the web. Features include the Torah online, a question and answer forum with a rabbi, as well as broad coverage on Jewish holidays.
- Thousands of sorted links to philosophy resources on the Internet. The main sections are Philosophers and Topics, with additional sections on college departments, journals, organizations, books, discussion groups, e-texts, and other links.