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Books and eBooks

Here is just a small selection of books available in the circulating collection.  For more, please search the library's catalog.

The Holy Bible - Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)
Call Number: R 220 A12
Publication Date: 1952

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The Quran - Vaḥīduddīn K̲h̲ān̲; Farīdah K̲h̲ānam
Call Number: R 297.1225 K84g
Publication Date: 2009

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The Torah - Jewish Publication Society of America
Call Number: 222.1 J59A
Publication Date: 1963

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Hymns of Zoroaster - M. L. West (Editor)
Call Number: ebook
Publication Date: 2010


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Buddhist Mahâyâna Texts - Edward B. Cowell; F. Max Müeller (Editor)
Call Number: 294.382 B927M
Publication Date: 1969

Websites

  • The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments
    The culmination of English translations of the Bible, the Bartleby.com publication of the American Bible Society’s King James Version features full-text searchability, content-based tables of contents and a quick verse finder.
  • The Torah or Pentateuch
    An online English translation of the Tanakh (Jewish Bible) with Rashi's commentary, offered by Chabad.org. Several other classic and Chassidic texts are also available.
  • The Quran
    The Online Quranic Project is an independent effort by charities and donations to provide a way to study and learn the Qur’an: the central religious text of Islam. Through this quranic project, you can easily explore, browse, and (re)search the Qur’an and it’s variety of translations online.
  • The Gnostic Nag Hammadi Scriptures
    A complete library of gnostic texts found at Nag Hammadi, offered on the Gnostic Society web site.

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