Library of World Religions and Faith Traditions Patheos Written by the world s leading authorities on religion and spirituality, the Patheos Library offers the most accurate and balanced information available on the web In this section, you ll find a list of the top Major Religious traditions, arranged by origin. Library of Religious Biography vols Logos Bible In The Library of Religious Biography, Edward H Thompson brings together a collection of biographies of saints and inspiring people These biographies provide examples of astonishing humility, sacrifice, purity, and faith, and the lives that embodied these qualities. Library of Congress General Collections Religion There are hundreds of bibliographies on the topic of religion in the general collections, and the Library also holds bibliographies on very narrow topics such as kachinas, Shakespeare s religious knowledge, temples of the ancient Near East, atheism in Bulgaria, Black Holiness, and urban religious groups. Library of Religious Biography Series LibraryThing To create a series or add a work to it, go to a work page The Common Knowledge section now includes a Series field Enter the name of the series to add the book to it Works can belong to than one series In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of than one series. Library of Religious Thought AbeBooks Omaha, NE, U.S.A. Library of Religious Thought is a used theological bookstore, we began business in We buy, sell and trade books of academic nature, in all religions and languages. Religious Studies Library Studying Religion in Culture The Department of Religious Studies Library located in Manly A, adjacent to the student faculty lounge houses the Department s video DVD collection as well as standard reference resources and current periodicals in the study of religion that will be of use to all of our students. Religion in American Libraries Questions and Answers Library policies should be applied equally to shelving of religious books, service to patrons, or access to religious web sites as they would be to any other shelving, service or web access In addition privileging one religious tradition over others could violate the establishment clause of the First Amendment.