Books and more:
For more use the Library online catalogue or ask a member of staff.
BBC Learning – Religion can be explained as a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.
Sociology of Religion – Sociology of Religion Pages has been set up to provide useful resources for academics and students alike. The website is run by members of staff in the Department of Sociology at the University of Aberdeen with an interest in the sociology of religion.
Religion Resources Online – Bible quizzes, a religious beliefs wiki to help you learn more about the in-depth beliefs of religions, and a section that helps you compare different types of religion.
Religion Facts – The goal of ReligionFacts is to provide objective and reliable information—“just the facts”—on the many answers that have been given to these questions. This very broad goal means that we cover a wide variety of religions, belief systems, and world views—the grounds for a group’s inclusion are only that it offers an explanation of ultimate reality or the purpose of life and has (or had) a significant number of followers.
We recommend visiting these websites:
Google Scholar – allows you to search peer-reviewed journal articles in your subject
Google Books – allows you to search their online book collection and read available chapters.
Referencing guide and bookable referencing sessions with library staff.