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Religious Studies

About this Guide

Welcome to the GCC Religious Studies Guide!  This guide is meant to help users resources for religious studies topics.  It is divided into several main parts, which can be found through the left:

 

  • Getting Started -- This tab is meant to help you identify starting points for research into your religious studies topic.  This includes background information resources along with sources and hints to help you begin.
  • Find Books -- This tab will provide information on finding religious studies books available either at the GCC Library, online, or through another MCCCD library.  As well, a number of new and featured books are highlighted.
  • Find Articles -- This tab will provide information to help you find online articles, journals, magazines, and newspapers on Religious Studies and Religious issues.
  • Find Video -- This tab will provide information to help you find you find either DVDs or streaming video sources on your Religious Studies and Religious issues with links to the religious studies sections of some of our streaming video databases.
  • Christianity -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on Christianity and includes several additional online sources.
  • Islam -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on Islam and includes several additional online sources.
  • Atheism/Agnosticism -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on Atheism/Agnosticism and includes several additional online sources.
  • Hinduism -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on Hinduism and includes several additional online sources.
  • Buddhism -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on Buddhism and includes several additional online sources.
  • Judaism -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on Judaism and includes several additional online sources.
  • Additional World Religions -- This page highlights some of our new and featured books on some of the World Religions not covered on previous pages of this guide.  It also includes several additional online sources.
  • Women and Religion -- This is a link to the "Women and Religion" guide originally created by The GCC Main and North, Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Honors Women and World Religions Students.  It contains biographies of many notable women figures in a variety of faiths.

 

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