Online Resources‎ > ‎

    Academic Websites

    Eastern Orthodox Resources  
     
           




    • Myriobiblos - Online Library of Greek Orthodox Literature (Managed by the artopos online culture center)


    • Orthodox Catechism of St. Peter Mogila, Metropolitan of Kiev (pravoslavieto.com)

    • OCAMPR — The Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology and Religion



    • Patristica.net-  Excellent open-source resource for patristics. Includes PDFs and links to free ebooks from Google books
    • Synaxis- Managed by St. Vladimir's Seminary

    • Wonderblog-Managed by the Department of Youth, Young Adult, and Campus Ministries of the Orthodox Church in America

    Architecture and Iconography


    • Icons Explained-Personal website that includes information about Orthodox iconography and image database



    • Icons and Iconography (Compiled by the Orthodox Christian Information Center ) — Directory of Resources on the Web



    Liturgical Music



    • Liturgical texts- Unofficial home page of Archimandrite Anastasis that includes liturgical texts written by the early church fathers.



    • KLIROS — Moscow Orthodox Church Conductors' Courses (in Russian)


    • Notnyi Arkhiv — An archive of Liturgical music scores compiled by Boris Tarakanov (in Russian). 

    • ROCM — Russian Orthodox Church Music (in Russian and English)



    General Theological Resources 
    • GNOMON Online — The Eichstätt Information System for Classical Studies.
    • ICLNet -Apostolic Father and Patristic texts
    • Nag Hammadi Coptic Gospels of Thomas, Phillip, and Truth (with commentary)
    • RAMBI — The index of articles on Jewish studies is a selective bibliography of articles in the various fields of Jewish studies and the study of the Land of Israel.

    • RussianReligious News-In Russian
    • Wasbash Center-An academic nonprofit group from Indiana that manages "a selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion, including syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, web sites, bibliographies, liturgies, reference resources, and software."

     

    General Academic Resources
    • Internet Archive-non-profit organization that offers permanent access to historical information