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Religion: Christianity

This guide is intended to help students at Lane develop reserach topics in relgion and find sources to support their research. Use the tabs across the top to navigate different religions.

Finding Books and Ebooks

The LCC Library has hundreds of books and eBooks on Christianity, encompassing many aspects of the subject. Start your search in the Library catalog using keywords that are essential to your topic.

You can use keywords or Library of Congress subject headings to find relevant resources. Use subject headings in the subject field of a search.

Below are just some examples of subject headings related to Christianity.

Christianity

Christianity and Other Religions

Christianity and Other Religions Islam

Christianity and Other Religions Judaism

Christianity Controversial Literature

Christianity Evolution Biology Religious Aspects

Christianity Human Ecology Religious Aspects

Christianity Origin

Gospels

Liberation Theology

Lutheran Church

Saints (by name)

Mary, Blessed Virgin

Print Reference

Christian Life and Culture

Global Christianity – A Report on the Size and Distribution of the World’s Christian Population from Pew Research Center -- Extensive statistics on Christian faith around the word.

American Society of Church History - Founded in 1888, ASCH supports the scholarly study of the history of Christianity and its relationship to surrounding cultures in all periods, locations and contexts.

CatholicCulture.org - Organization supporting Catholics with information, encouragement, and perspective to become an active force for renewal in the Church and in society, working to shape an authentically Christian culture in a secular world.

Vatican Museum - Vast collection of art, artifacts, texts, and gardens in the Vatican museum complex in Rome, Italy. Many online exhibits.

Museum of Biblical Art - As the first scholarly museum of biblical art in the country, MoBiA celebrates and interprets art inspired by the Bible and its cultural legacy in Jewish and Christian traditions through exhibitions, education, and scholarship.

Books on Christianity

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