Judaism and J Guide - Resources and Review

Index of links about religion. Includes philosophy, general Christianity, early Christianity, medieval Christianity, reformation studies, Anglicanism, Mormonism, Judaism, Islam and world religions.
Collection of resources about Judaism and Jewish history. Includes biographies of Jewish figures, information about the Holocaust including a chronology of Jewish persecution, a timeline for the history of Judaism, and details about human rights, Israel, peace process, and terrorism.
Comprehensive directory covering general resources and subject specific areas including American religions, ancient near east studies, sociology of religion, biblical studies, Buddhist tradition, Christian tradition, comparative religion, East Asian studies, moral and ethical values, Greco
Roman studies, Hindu tradition, Islam, Jewish studies and theology.
Resource providing tips and instructions on how to keep kosher. Includes consumer information, links to commercial services, material on kosher travel, recipes, and details of how to prepare for Passover.
Index of resources about religion, includes Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, ancient religions, atheism and pantheism.
Information source for Judaism and Israel. Includes Jewish resources on the Internet, a Kosher restaurant database and frequently asked questions about Judaism.
Browsable and searchable directory of kosher restaurants worldwide. Details provided include price range, food type, a brief description, and user ratings. Also offers travel directions to each restaurant.
Directory of Internet resources about Judaism and Jews.
Education and research group highlighting the public affairs of Jewish people and Israel. Offers news items, explains the importance of survival, security, unity, and vision among the community, and discusses differences between past and contemporary Judaism.
Collection of primary texts relating to Ancient, eastern and western religion and mythology, covering Shintoism, Hinduism, I Ching, Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism, Judaism, Mormonism, Bahai'i, Islam, Zoroastrianism, and esoteric, occult, and fringe religions.
Answers to numerous questions frequently asked of the soc.culture.jewish newsgroup. Topics include Torah and Halachic Authority, observance, marriage, women in Judaism, worship, conversion, intermarriage, Jewish thought, Jews as a nation, Jews and Israel, Holocaust, antisemitism, missionaries, reform Judaism, and Jewish childrearing related questions.
Information about the contemporary world of Jesus. Includes assessment of how well archaeological evidence supports well known stories, the historical accuracy of the gospels, the success of Christianity as a religion, maps, a chronology and a primary source collection.
Directory of the psalms and lyrics to Hebrew songs including those traditionally sung at Jewish festivals, translated into English. Sound clips and links to Israeli singers and musicians also feature.
Anthology of over 4000 passages from the scriptures of various religious traditions arranged by theme. These include Ultimate Reality and the Purpose of Human Existence, Evil, Sin, and the Human Fall, Salvation and the Saviour, The Religious Life, and Providence, Society and the Kingdom of Heaven.
Directory of links to library home pages and archives located in Israel, United States, Canada, Curacao, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, all of which relate to the literature, culture, and customs of the Jewish population.
disciplinary online journal for scholarly debate on gender related issues in Judaism. Aims to promote the reconceptualisation of the study of Judaism by acknowledging and incorporating the roles played by women, and by encouraging the development of alternative research paradigms. It is particularly intended to promote critical analysis of gender inequalities within Jewish religion, culture and society, both ancient and modern.
Set of annotated links to online courses, course descriptions, tutorials, assignments, tests and other materials used in the teaching of religious studies. Includes studies of mythology and religion in Ancient Greece, comparative religion, world religions and religion in the United States.
Index to academic associations, research institutes, and university departments concerned with Jewish Studies. Links to Jewish archives and libraries are also included.
Links to several hundred resources about Jews and Judaism.
Provides historical information about Libya, its Jewish community, and interviews with Libyan Jews. Also features a museum housing images of artifacts, food, landscapes, manuscripts, portraits and rituals. An Arabic newsletter is included.
Information and links for study and interpretation of religions. Provides general guides, treatment of all major religious traditions, information about new religions and links to religious studies material.
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