Christian Classics Ethereal Library

The mission of the CCEL is to build up the church by making classic Christian writing available and promoting their use. Writings in the library for the most part represent orthodox Christianity as understood by mainstream Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox Christians, with greater emphases on Reformed and Protestant writings.


Google Scholar Catholic Theology

Thousands of full-text books and articles, plus citations of thousands more.


The Hall of Church History, aka Theology from a Bunch of Dead Guys

Mainly Christian, but with some interesting esoterica.


Internet Christian Library

Contains pointers to Internet-accessible files relating to the early church, including canonical documents, creeds, the writings of the Apostolic Fathers and other historical texts relevant to church history.

Free online courses in theology and world religions, such as Latino Theology and Christian Tradition from Notre Dame.





Adoremus Bulletin

The mission of Adoremus is to rediscover and restore the beauty, the holiness, the power of the Church's rich liturgical tradition while remaining faithful to an organic, living process of renewal.


American Journal of Biblical Theology

A peer-reviewed, open-access, user-supported journal, published Weekly for over 11 years


American Monastic Newsletter

The mission of the American Monastic Newsletter is to be an instrument of communication and information for Benedictine monasteries of North America and members of the American Benedictine Academy.


Journal of Public Theology

Very interesting discussions; Protestant oriented.


Quodlibet Journal

Discussion of theological and philosophical issues from from any perspective which deals critically with the theological and philosophical credentials of the Christian faith.