Religion Newswriters Association
National Religious Broadcasters
JournalismNet -- Religion
University of Missouri: Center for Religion, the Professions, and the Public
Pew Forum: Religion Issues in 2008 Presidential Campaign
Library of Congress: Religion and the Government
Takes effect October 2002.
Bread.org: Bread for the World
A world hunger site with religious ties.
Frontline: Faces of Islam
The terrorist attacks have revealed some deep divisions between followers of Islam. This Frontline site examines viewpoints of Muslims around the world after 9/11. Includes video, FAQ and more.
SNAP: Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests
American Academy of Religion
From the American Academy of Religion, this site can put you in touch with religion experts and scholars.
Run by Focus on the Family, this site offers online voter registration forms and a database/quiz that links voters to candidates and issues.
ReligionLink: Resources on Supreme Court Ruling on Ten Commandments
News, guidebooks, tools, profiles of gunmen, etc.
Church Security Member
Safety, training, news, videos on security, etc.
Traditional Values Coalition
Americans United for Separation of Church and State
The Right Site
BeliefNet: Sin Series
Seven deadly sins. Features interactive quizzes.
Campus Freethought Alliance: Godless Americans
More than 50 pieces from the renowned collection.
Write to Inspire
A religion writing site with a nice resources page.
Presidential Prayer Team Media Page
A White House promotional site but it does have some media resources. You must register (it�s free) to log-in to the media page.
A library of sites not affiliated with a Muslim sect or ideology. Links to mosques, news, articles, translation of the Quran.
National Day of Prayer
Background on the annual May 2 holiday.
National African Religion Congress
Gospel Communications Network
Girona Cathedral Tour
A cool Flash tour of the French cathedral.
Run by former Watergate convict Charles Colson, this ministry works with churches and community groups to provide fellowship for prisoners and former prisoners.
Google's Religion Directory
Center for Public Justice
A Washington-based team of academic and policy consultants.
Features quotes and study guides to Science and Health" by Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science.
The Internet Sacred Text Archive
A religious tolerance and scholarship site that has deep resources on the human race's religious heritage.
Beliefnet: Prayer of the Day
A ministry site with job listings, publications, links to schools, etc.
Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Salem Witch Trials Archive
History of the trials, including maps, transcripts, bios of notable people, etc.