Section from Paul Flesher's Exploring
Religions covers Christian cosmology, organization, religious life,
worship, sacred literature, with a glossary, timeline & maps (U of
focused on biblical texts & their interpretation are listed under Biblical
Yuri Koszarycz's overview offers a
lucid conceptual framework for study of the development of the Catholic
church's first 16 centuries (The
Orb: Online Reference Book).
Bryan Stone's Christian theology
web page groups links by tradition, school, theologian, publisher, etc.
Marilyn Mellowes surveys current
leading scholars' views of the development of Christianity from Jesus to
Constantine (website for PBS Frontline special).
Eight volume church history from
Jesus through the Protestant Reformation by eminent 19th c. historian, Philip
Schaaf [posted by Christian Classics
Catalog of on-line resources for
what C. S. Lewis called "classical Christianity" provides a list of
basic works for biblical studies, theology & spirituality. Posted by the
Institute for Christian Leadership.
Gilles Coté's deep gateway
provides pages of links on catechetics,
church documents, sacraments,
the papacy, saints
& other famous Catholics,
as well as virtually any topic of
interest to Roman Catholic educators.
well-organized directory of important internet sites for research on the world
of early Christianity covers a wide range of topics, including archaeology,