Print and electronic and journals that span more than a single religious tradition. Primarily but not exclusively academic journals.
Print journal supporting discussion of the relations between cultural studies and religious studies.
Electronic journal from Estonia that includes articles on various religious traditions.
Quarterly publication covering contemporary issues in religion and theology. Some full-text articles.
Print journal. Subscription information and Table of Contents only.
Semi-annual peer-reviewed electronic journal. Articles, reviews, projects and conference news.
Print journal. Some selected contents and additional resources.
Disciplinary and interdisciplinary e-journal for religion and cultural theory.
Print and electronic journal focusing on the history of the Christian church as an institution and its relations with other religions and society at large. Free full-text abstracts and contents; author instructions.
Table of Contents and subscription information for print journal.
An electronic journal from Creighton University for study of social dimensions of religions.
Print journal that offers partial online access.
Electronic publication from the Institute for Japanese Culture and Classics, Kokugakuin University, offering scholarly news and research regarding religions and belief systems in modern Asia.
Subscription print and online abstracting service for scholarly religion and theology journals. Free trial available.
Print and electronic journal devoted to the problems of the philosophy of religion as they arise out of classical and contemporary discussions and from varied religious traditions. Free access abstracts and contents listings; author instructions.
Print journal. Table of Contents and subscription information only.
Peer-reviewed e-journal that considers portrayals of religion in films. Index and full text of articles.
Peer-reviewed e-journal for study of religion in the American South. Full text of articles and book reviews.
Experimental e-journal produced by U. of Colorado graduate students in Religious Studies makes striking use of hypertext.
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