A digital library of foundational and classic Christian writings, including the Early Church Fathers collection (Ante-Nicene, Nicene, and Post-Nicene), female medieval mystics, Puritan sermons, and twentieth-century theology.
Includes encyclopedias, companions, bibliographies, digital collections, and scholarly societies.
For more digital resources on Islam, see the specialized section dedicated to Islam and Literature.
For more introductory resources, see
The Duke University Library online collection of Open Access Resources in Religious & Theological Studies
Fuderer, Laura Sue and Alan Krieger. “Selected Library Resources for Religion and Literature: An Annotated Bibliography.” Religion and Literature. 41.2 (2009): 297-318.