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Religious Studies @ Webster University: Biblical Studies
A research portal for faculty and students studying religious studies at Webster University.
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations
Religious Peace & Justice Groups
Text, Translation and Textual Criticism
Searchable database of Bible versions in nineteen languages, including both the NIV and KJV in English.
New Revised Standard Version of the Bible
Available through Oremus Bible Browser.
Scrolls From the Dead Sea: The Ancient Library of Qumran and Modern Scholarship
Online exhibition from the Library of Congress that describes the historical and cultural context of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Interpretation of the Bible
Directory of online resources for the study of the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible), maintained by R. Christopher Heard, Pepperdine University.
New Testament Gateway
Directory of academic resources for the New Testament on the web, from Dr. Mark Goodacre.
The Text This Week
Study of the Bible in a pastoral context keyed to use in Christian lectionaries.
The World of the Bible
Associations, Synagogues and Congregations
Explores the social world of early Christians and Jews using inscriptions, monuments, archeological finds, and writings from the Roman empire, especially Asia Minor.
West Semitic Research Project
A collection of images of objects and texts from the ancient world. The project is affiliated with the University of Southern California School of Religion.
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