This site is a freely available archive of electronic texts about religion, mythology, legends and folklore, and occult and esoteric topics. Texts are presented in English translation and, where possible, in the original language.
A compilation of public-domain and copy-permitted historical texts, arranged by period and theme, edited by Dr. Paul Halsall. This resource also includes links to a number of other relevant Web sites and digital maps.
Digital images, extensive background information, and bibliographies, to accompany and supplement a Library of Congress exhibition on the Dead Sea scrolls. These ancient documents, from the library of the Qumran community, provide evidence -- while raising many questions -- about ancient Judaism as well as the roots of Christianity
Patheos offers a free and expansive library of easy-to-read information on the world’s religious traditions. The Library also includes a variety of lenses and summaries to assist you in bringing the traditions to life.
The AAR promotes understanding of and critical reflection on religious traditions, issues, questions, values, texts, practices and institutions. They foster communication and exchange among teachers and scholars, and the public understanding of religion.