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Has a nice selection of internet sites and electronic sites relating to history of Christianity
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The Review of Biblical Literature is published by the Society of Biblical Literature, a nonprofit professional association for scholars in the field of biblical studies and supplies a comprehensive review of biblical literature and related studies.
An exhibit at the Library on Congress. The Library’s exhibition describes the historical context of the scrolls and the Qumran community; it also relates the story of their discovery 2,000 years later.
This site was written and is maintained by Jona Lendering, professor of Mediterranean archaeology and history at Amsterdam Free University, The Netherlands. It is a scholarly but readable discussion of the concept of messiah in Jewish history.
A useful research resource on early Christian texts, featuring canonical documents, creeds, the writings of the Apostolic Fathers and other historical texts relevant to church history
12bet手机版首页 A well organized list of several sites on the Internet useful for the study of Judaism and Christianity
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An award-winning directory of internet resources related to the New Testament
An attractive and comprehensive site on Bible History
An extensive site, in many languages, offering a historic and visual tour of Christian catacombs
Search for Bible passages by topic, word, phrase, or keyword
PH@School’s Brief Review in Global History and Geography Web site provides multiple-choice questions from actual Regents exams. You can also practice your test-taking skills on document-based essay questions (DBQs), with the option of e-mailing answers directly to your teacher for review.