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Theological Resources   Tags: religion, theological_studies, theology  

A general guide to finding materials for theological research at the undergraduate level
Last Updated: Mar 19, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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The purpose of this research guide is to help you find basic theological and religious information, and resources to help your writing.  Not comprehensive, this LibGuide tries to incorporate examples from the many different approaches and subject matters encompassed by theological studies.  Use the Index at the left or select the tab for the stage you're at, or the kind of information you need. Remember, there is help available at any step of your search!

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East-West Symposia

The Huffington Ecumenical Institute sponsors an engaging two-day Symposium every Spring semester.  An example:

Women and Church, East and West:
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The program included stellar guest speakers and LMU faculty, as well as both Orthodox and Catholic LMU students in dialogue, covering a wide area of concerns.

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