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Internet Resources in Religion: Electronic Texts

Electronic Texts

All-in-One Biblical Resources Search

Brings together numerous scholarly sites. Ten Biblical translations or versions are searchable by chapter, verse or words.

The Bible Gateway

Read and research scripture by language and translation of choice.

King James Bible

Translations from the University of Virginia's Electronic Texts Center. View the King James and Revised Standard editions side-by-side for easy comparison.

The Latin Vulgate

St. Jerome's classic Latin translation of 405 A.D.

Buddhist texts

Early 20th century collections of the Buddhist canon by Paul Carus appropriate for casual readers.

The Koran

This text is an electronically scanned version of M. H. Shakir's translation of the Holy Qur'an. The text has passed through a preliminary editing, but is not yet error free. The authentic version of this translation remains the printed copy. The electronic version is originally from the Online Book Initiative, and is presented here in a searchable SGML form by the University of Virginia.

Access to Insight: Readings in Theravada Buddhism

Large browsable site including introductory material, translations of texts, an archive of books, essays and transcribed talks, and lists of Web resources on Theravada Buddhism maintained by John Bullitt.