Biblical and Historical Resources

Baylor University’s Church-State Studies– Primary source documents on issues relating to the interaction of religion and politics, categorized by era from ancient times to the present

Calvin and Calvinism– An Elenchus for Classic and Moderate Calvinism

Corpus Thomisticum– The works of Thomas Aquinas

Cultures of Knowledge– An Intellectual Geography of the Seventeenth-Century Republic of Letters

Digital Library of Abraham Kuyper– Princeton Theological Seminary’s Online Collection of the Writings of Abraham Kuyper

The Genevan Psalter– Liturgical Renewal of Calvinistic Psalmody

The Jonathan Edwards Center– Edwards Online

Luminarium– An Anthology of English Literature

Maqom Seminar– Jewish Roots of Eastern Christian Mysticism

Post-Reformation Digital Library– A Select Database of Digital Books Relating to the Development of Theology and Philosophy During the Reformation and Post-Reformation/Early Modern Era (late 15th-18th c.)

Regensburg and the Spirituali– 16th cent. Reform-minded Catholics Who Often Sympathized with Luther on the Doctrine of Salvation, but Did Not Follow Him in Departing from the Roman Church

Theological Commons– Princeton Seminary’s Digital Library of 50,022 Books on Theology and Religion