description: Good website for answering common questions and providing basic religion statistics. Ask questions like: \"How many Lutherans live in Wisconsin?\" or \"What are the major religions of India?\" Not affiliated with any particular religion. Summarizes religious data compiled from books, journals, and other websites. Entries include citations to the sources from which the data was compiled.
title: Biblical Art on the WWW
description: Indexes more than 37,000 biblical images. Browse by biblical subject, text, or artist, or do a keyword search. Entries include artist\'s name, year of artwork, and location of the physical illustration.
title: The Catholic Directory
description: A very simple-to-use directory for finding Catholic churches throughout the U.S. Browse by state or enter address information for searching specific areas. Entries include mailing addresses, phone numbers, and mass confession schedules.
title: Encyclopedia of Religion and Society
description: Content of encyclopedia printed in 1998 by AltaMira. Posted on Hartford Institute for Religion Research website. Entries are browsable by table of contents.
title: Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
description: Reliable information on Anabaptist religions (Amish, Mennonite, Hutterite, Brethren in Christ). Entries are indexed alphabetically and include history, theology, biographies, and more. Entries also include formatted citations for MLA and APA styles.
description: Links to sites arranged by broad religious categories, then by subcategories.
title: Jewish Encyclopedia
description: Based on the printed 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia, published between 1901-1906. Includes more than 15,000 articles and illustrations.
title: New Advent
description: Content derived from the 1913 edition of the Catholic Encyclopedia. Includes the Bible, writings of the church fathers, and church documents.
description: Select different religions and conduct a comparison on backgrounds and beliefs. Each religion entry provides current news and information and links to further reading. Another great tool is the multi-religion holiday calendar, which shows various religious holidays all in one click.
title: The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life
description: Extensive report on American religious beliefs, statistics, and mapping information. Public survey information is drawn from more than 35,000 American adults. Statistics provided in user-friendly environment with various charts. Report and statistics detail the religious makeup, beliefs, and practices of the American public.
description: Profiles of over 4,000 saints. Keyword searching allows users to find specific saints or saints that are related to a specific event or subject. Biographies with links to additional sources are included. Site also provides MLA citation for each page visited.
description: Provides selected resources on various religions. Items include links to syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, websites, bibliographies, discussion groups, reference resources, software, and more.