Always check with your professor before using a web site as a paper resource.
Use the official web site for the religious organization, or use those done by scholars, usually with the .edu extension.
Links to online sources of information about a variety of mainstream religions.
Professor Wayne Selcher's page on world religions resources is an excellent starting point.
African Traditional Religions:
Anabaptist Religions - Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encylopedia Online (GAMEO)
Mormon, see Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
- Native American Sites
- Religious Tolerence: Native American Spirituality
- For articles on Native American practices, see both ATLA and Anthropology Plus databases, on the left.
For works written by a specific theologian, check the library catalog under Author (lastname, firstname, e.g. Luther, Martin)
Most of the encyclicals can be found online at papalencyclicals.net, or in the library catalog, by searching for author> john paul ii (for example). The Vatican web site also reproduces all speeches and writings of the current pope, as well as most of the ones in the 20th century -- click on Papal Archive.