Many religious groups maintain websites. The
following selection is a shortcut to denominational agencies that provide
important information for scholarly research on the WWW. Inclusion of a site
does not indicate endorsement of its views or activities by Virtual
Religion.Net. This list is provided simply as a service for
those seeking information.
Mormons (Latter-Day Saints)
Official homepage of Salt Lake City based LDS
organization provides statements about the
beliefs of the church & proceedings
Official homepage of Michigan based LDS
supporters of James J Strang, rival of Brigham Young to succeed Joseph Smith,
provides extensive information on the group's
history & teaching.
Official homepage of Missouri-based LDS
movement posts a brief history
of the church founded by Joseph Smith's son & a statement of its
Organization founded in 1983 to promote peace
& understanding of Sufi principles publishes a quarterly journal Sufism,
an Inquiry & maintains an electronic interfaith, interdisciplinary
forum, Sufism & Psychology
Forum as well as sponsoring international conferences &
Global center for Muslim resources in
cyberspace offers a tour of a Virtual
Mosque (with sacred texts & FAQ sheets), a
for Islamic Art (with historical analysis of shrines), radio
& TV stations (with
prayers & readings from the Quran) & districts dedicated to all areas
of Islamic life.
Mirrored American & European sites
maintained by Michael Vezie introduce the beliefs & practices
of eastern Orthodoxy: texts of the
Divine Liturgy, prayers & selected
Largest digital index of Orthodox churches
Quakers (Society of Friends)
This e-journal is a forum for the exploration
of issues within the bounds of the Reformed confessions. Root page has links
to other Reformed publications, websites & seminaries.
Official website offers historical
archives of southern denomination that traces is roots to the
revivals of the Great Awakening.
Provides a hyper-text
of PCA & synopsis
Official website provides resources
on the history
of the Presbyterian church, information on
position papers on
issues, as well as links to church related
Home page provides brief
doctrines that distinguish German
Reformed tradition from other reformed churches.
Introduction to the
beliefs & activities of
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This page was revised
14 November 2021