Directory - one of the premier internet search databases; listed in
their category "Society: Religion and Spirituality: Christianity: Bible:
References and Tools"; also in their "New Testament" subcategory
Principal de Biblia - on this Spanish-language page biblical and liturgical
resources; from "Las Siervas de los Corazones Traspasados de Jesús
World Web" - [formerly http://www.julen.net/ancient] - under "General Resources: Roman World Index"
Richard's Favorite URLs" - by Br. Richard Oliver, OSB, St. John's Abbey
"Christ and the New Millennium: A Lutheran View of
the Apocalypse" - from "The Fisher's Net"; much of their "Resources"
page was taken from my webpages
"Google Web Directory" - no longer maintained; see http://directory.google.com/
for the Study of Judaism and Christianity" - multiple links in the "Courses"
section of http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/rs/resources.html; compiled by Dr. Jay Treat, University of Pennsylvania
"Johannine Writings" [formerly www.nnu.edu/bl327gl/syllabus1.htm]
- a course by Dr. George Lyons, Northwest Nazarene University, Fall 1999;
he linked to at least seven of my pages in the "readings" portions of his
of Biblical Studies" - on their recommended links to biblical studies
and religious history pages; http://journalofbiblicalstudies.org/Links/biblical_studies.htm
"Millennia Monitor" [formerly www.fas.org/2000/endtime1.htm]
- in the section on "Established Churches"; by the Federation of American
"Resource Sites" - three different links on Justin Meggitt's acclaimed "Resources
for the Study of Christian Origins"
on the Gospel of John" - listed first in the section on "Best sites
for Academic Research"
"Who Wrote the Gospel of Luke? /
Why the Ox?" - some of my material adapted for an article by Mikeal Parsons, Bible Review, April 2001
Special Thanks to Joe Walker and Patrick Carroll,
two of my former student assistants, for help in compiling the first version of this list.