This database contains citations, some in full text, for articles, books and dissertations concerning religion. It is especially good for Biblical Studies, Christian Theology, and Ministry. A neat feature of this database is that you can search by scriptural verse.
While not only about religion, this database is a great interdisciplinary tool indexing over 3,200 journals. I find it especially good for topics of mythology and for religions besides Islam, Christianity, and Judaism.
Offers advice on how to conduct research into modern religion in America, as well as demographic reports and field reports of religious practices. Its goal is to promote interfaith understanding and dialogue.
A large collection of recommended websites about numerous aspects of religion. Their Academic Sites section is especially good, and contains University run religion projects and a list of academic religious societies.
This website contains independent polling, research, media analysis, and information-sharing in four main areas as they relate to religion: politics, law, domestic policy, and world affairs. It is balanced and in depth, and breaks down its content by topics like Abortion, the Death Penalty and Homosexuality.
This library offers an immense range of topics, including the creation of the world, evolution, the relationship of humans to the environment, genetic research, the conflict between fundamentalism and science, and ethical issues. All the articles contain good bibliographies and most are written by experts in the subject.
Useful for sociology of religion as well as general overviews of religious statistics, religious demographics, and how religion in America and the world is practiced, viewed and observed. Scholarly papers are included. Also provides guidelines on how to conduct more scientific research about religion.