Currently Featured Sites

  • Biblical Traditions
  • The Gropper Windows -- Genesis in Glass
    [A series of five stained-glass windows in the Gottlieb Community Hall of the West Suburban Temple Har Zion in River Forest, Illinois. The themes artistically expressed in the windows are from In the Beginning (in Greek = Genesis), the first book of the Hebrew Bible. These are remarkable windows, and they are available on the World-Wide Web thanks to the creativity of Mr. Leonard Grossman, a self-described sometime modem junkie.]
  • From Jesus to Christ
    [Information and supporting resources concerning a several-hour program that was intended to be a "guide to the new and controversial historical evidence which challenges familiar assumptions about the life of Jesus and the epic rise of Christianity." In effect, the program conveyed to a general audience what is standard in university and many seminary courses on early Christianity, and did it well.]

  • Pregnant Conjunctions
  • Center for Millennial Studies
    [Mainly Christian influenced site that has collected diverse interpretive and informational resources on millennial expectations. Includes online articles and abstracts, glossary of key terms, millennial chronologies, schedule of conferences, and a proposal for a new journal.]
  • Religion and the Founding of the American Republic
    [Web pages in connection with an exhibition at the U.S. Library of Congress, June 4 - August 22, 1998.]
  • Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping
    [A perhaps laudable effort, based in New york City.]

  • Media Happenings
  • BBC World Service: Religion Page
    [Web-based and RealAudio resources based on a current series of broadcast programs.]
  • Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly
    [A weekly television series about religion and ethics in the news, hosted by journalist Bob Abernethy and produced at WNET-TV in New York City.]
  • Word Trade — A Reader's Guide to Recent Books & New Media
    [An excellent review journal that is available online as well as by subscription as a print publication.]

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