Internet Resources on World Religions
The Pluralism Project
The Pluralism Project was developed by Diana Eck at Harvard University to study and document the growing religious diversity of the United States, and especially its new immigrant religious communities.
This site provides an annotated index of Internet resources relating to theological studies, maintained by the University of Oxford, England.
Primary sacred times for world religions.
Islamic Calendar, Crescent Moon Visibility (U.S. Naval Observatory)
An explanation of how the dates of some important Islamic holidays are determined. This web page is an extension of the Naval Observatory's online chart of Phases of the Moon
Moonsighting.com (The exact dates of Muslim holidays are dependent on actual moon sightings and regional religious authorities. This is the calendar of Islamic holidays preferred by the Muslim Students Association at UMass Amherst.)
The Qu'ran (and other Muslim texts)
The entire text of the Qur'an and other Muslim sacred texts online. Searchable by subject.
The web site of the local mosque in Amherst, Mass.
Extensive information about Hinduism, Hindu festivals, etc.
Explanation and calendar of Buddhist holidays
Not Just Bibles
A guide to Christian resources on the Internet. This site has information on theology, philosophy, and different versions of the Bible. A plethora of information about Christianity.