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Additional Resources – Online

ATLA LibGuides

Atla Religion LibGuides is a growing, selective, annotated collection of web resources for the study of religion.


Open Access Digital Theological Library (OADTL) curates high-quality content in religious studies and related disciplines from publisher websites, institutional repositories, scholarly societies, archives, and stable public domain collections.


Note: the appearance of these sites on this list does not mean that St. Mary’s Seminary and University endorse all the content on the sites.
The Bible Online
o (multiple versions and languages)
o (multiple versions)
o (multiple versions and languages)
o (multiple versions plus original languages; created by Tyndale House, a biblical studies research institute in Cambridge, England)
o (ESV, Tyndale Greek New Testament, interlinear)
o (NET Bible and others)
o (NRSV)
o (NRSV texts for all Sundays of the three-year Revised Common Lectionary)
o (downloadable Hebrew Bible, Greek New Testament, Vulgate, and Septuagint texts, but only for members of the Society of Biblical Literature)
o (Hebrew Bible, Greek New Testament, Septuagint, Vulgate, ESV, NET Bible; at the German Bible Society site)
o (Greek New Testament, Nestle-Aland 28th edition)
o (The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition)

Articles, Journals, Books, and Dissertations
Platforms available through most theological libraries: ATLA, EBSCO, JSTOR
For books, dissertations, and articles:
o (books)
o (books, articles, dissertations.)
o The publisher Brill allows authors to make their work freely available online (“Brill Open Access“)
o An abridged version of The SBL Handbook of Style:

Various Sites for Biblical Studies
o The African American Lectionary:
o The Atla Websites on Religion: Biblical Literature:
o Best Commentaries:
o Bible Odyssey: (from the Society of Biblical Literature)
o Biblical Studies Online:
o Biblical Weblinks:
o The British Library’s EThOS E-theses Online Service:
o The Catholic Biblical Association of America:
o Electronic New Testament Educational Resources (E.N.T.E.R.):
o The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary:
o New Testament Gateway: (Prof. Mark Goodacre, Duke)
o The NTWrightPage:
o Oxford Biblical Studies Online:
o PQDT Open provides free access to the PDF files of dissertations and theses:
o ProQuest is a fee-based provider of access to dissertations and theses:
o Resource Pages for Biblical Studies:
o The Text This Week:
o Tyndale House Cambridge Online Resources:

o The University of Calgary’s Religious Studies Web Guide: Biblical Studies:

Other Lists and Links
Prof. Steve Walton: Free NT Resources Master List in response to COVID-19; also here is a note about free access to certain resources from Logos:

Theology on the Web (Rob Bradshaw’s Site)
Theology on the Web provides access to over 40,000 articles and books, which are all free-to-download for educational purposes.
” 90+ theological journals hosted in whole or in part
” Sets of biblical commentaries
” Bibliographies of theologians with links to online material
” Biographies of notable missionaries
” Heresies and sects of the Early Church
” Interviews with Bible College faculty members from around the world