Church History Resources

This site is a collection of history web sites for use in research. They are divided by subject and time period. Some of these pertain exclusively to Christian history and some do not. However, all may be helpful when searching for information.

 
General Church History Sites
Modern Church History Sites
Baptist History Sites
Denominational Sites
Early Church History Sites
Other Interesting, Helpful and Fun Sites
Medieval & Renaissance Sites
World History Sites
Reformation Church History Sites
 

General Church History Sites


Baptist History Sites


Early Church History Sites


Medieval and Renaissance Church History Sites


Reformation Church History Sites


Modern Church History Sites


Denominational Sites


Other Interesting, Helpful and Fun Sites

  • Catholic Resources: Lots of links to Catholic resources.
  • The New Catholic Encyclopedia: Great for definitions and basic information.
  • The Catechism of the Catholic Church: The most recent version.
  • FindLaw: A leading legal Web site dedicated to the United States Constitution and the U.S. Supreme Court.  It has historical documents, biographies, Supreme Court decisions, Federalist Papers, the Constitution, and the lives of the Founding Fathers and all Supreme Court Justices.  Also, it hosts a Town Hall to share ideas on message boards, vote on constitutional issues, sign-up for free e-mail summaries of new Supreme Court decisions as they are issued, and case law, including US Supreme Court cases from 1893 to present.
  • History Today: This a great online magazine dedicated to history.
  • Philosophy and Religion Links: Various links to religion and philosophy pages.
  • Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Articles on philosophy and philosophers.
  • Index of Saints and Angels: Biographical index of Roman Catholic Saints.
  • Humanities Resources: Links for humanities research, including history and religion.
  • A&E Biography: Biographical information on lots of historical characters.
  • American Memory: Contains changing collections from the Library of Congress.
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World History Sites

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