LUTHERAN (and other) WEB RESOURCES
To obtain infromation and/or
subscribe to this large cluster of ELCA online resources for Lutherans,
just go to
LUTHERAN DISCUSSION LISTS
(Subscriptions Are Free)
ELCA LIST (ELCA-L) ELCA-L is
an unofficial discussion list for issues relevant to the ELCA. The discussion
tends to be quite tame, and flame wars are officially and actively discouraged.
To request a SUBSCRIPTION, put
in the subect line and type "SUBSCRIBE ELCA-L Your Name" in the message
area. You may also wish to visit the ELCA-L
LUTHERAN LIST (LTHRN-L) This
is a pan-Lutheran list, and discussion tends to be lively and vigorous.
To request a
put nothing in the subject line and type "SUBSCRIBE LTHRN-L Your Name"
in the message area. You may also wish to visit the
RELIGIOUS STUDIES RESOURCES
Michael Fraser's extensive List
of Religion-Relevant Discussion Lists can be retreived from:
The list can also be retrieved
by email (it's long - 100K) by sending the following message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Religious Texts: Foremost among these is the complete ASCII text
of the 914-page 1991 _World Scripture: A Comparative Anthology of Sacred
Texts_, which collects over 4000 scriptural passages from 268 sacred texts
and 55 oral traditions, organizing this material in terms of 164 different
themes generally common to all religions. This book was the fruit of a
five-year project involving the collective labors of a team of 40 recognized
and responsible international scholars, and we are very pleased to be able
to offer this text to the online world, as a possible foundation stone
for a 21st century "global online ecumenism".
Foundation: Peregrin is a non-profit organization that distributes
information about high-demand religious groups, totalitarian sects, intentional
communities and communes.
Theological Library (Emory): The Pitts Theology Library home
page provides links to internet resources for the study of religion and
Christian ministry. Among the resources are bibliographies developed by
the staff, finding-aides for the archival holdings of the library, exhibit
catalogs, and bibliographic databases. Information about academic programs
at Emory University in the field of religion and ministry is provided as
well as a link to the Emory University libraries on-line catalog.
Gregorian Chant Home Page
Initiative: This source contains texts of Early Church documents.
of Alternative Religion and Culture
Wittenberg: This is the electronic collection of the project
on Lutheran History. It is particularly rich in reformation-era documents.
The gopher site is gopher://crf.cuis.edu/11gopher_root%3a%5bcus.cts.library.info.docs%5d
The Divinity Library of Vanderbilt
The Divinity Library of Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee, USA)
has "A Select Bibliography of Research Tools for Graduate Students in Church
History and History of Christian Thought" (c. 20 pages) for downloading
(38.6K).It is organized in six areas:
Basic Bibliography in
Basic Bibliography for the Medieval
Basic Works in Reformation Studies
Basic Bibliography in Modern
Bibliography in American Religion
Bibliography in History of Christian
of the Early church
Quarens Internetum: Lots of Theological links
WWW Bible Gateway