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Virtual Religion Index, Links for Research on Religion, designed by Prof. Mahlon H. Smith, Rutgers University.

The Muslim-Christian Debate Website It aims to stimulate genuine debate between Christians and Muslims on a wide range of topics.

The Good Way  Is the best way to God the way of the Torah, the way of the Gospel or the way of the Qur'an? Good articles and downloadable books on this site.

TM, Yoga & Kundalini Dangers Provides information and links to sites that outline the many physical, psychological, spiritual dangers associated with Transcendental Mediation (TM), Yoga and especially practices that are used bring about a "Kundalini Awakening."  Links to both "New Age" and Eastern Religious sources and to Christian viewpoints on the topic.

Classic Christian books in electronic format, selected for your edification. There is enough good reading material here to last you a lifetime, if you give each work the time it deserves!
World Wide Study Bible - Scripture, commentaries, sermons, etc.
Early Church Fathers, 38 volumes - The most important writings from the first 800 years of the church. - Statistics, Overviews, Index about classical religions and new religions. A goldmine of information!

Religious Resources on the Net is a comprehensive, searchable database of religious web sites on the Internet. Visitors to the web site can browse through over 100 topics or use the search engine to generate a listing of resources containing selected keywords.

A translation of my article "The human condition in world religions" into Belarusian by Galina Miclosic.

Apologetics Index provides a database and glossary of information on cults, sects, new religious movements, doctrines, apologetics and counter-cult organizations.

CANA - Christian Answers for the New Age, by Marcia Montenegro

The True Light - A site dedicated to every seeker of truth, exploring the beliefs of the eleven main living religions, as well as numerous other religions, sects and teachers, by Mike Shreve.


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