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This guide will help you in researching the world's major religions.

This guide will help point you in the right direction for resources as well as help you brainstorm ideas or choose a topic for course assignments. Some religions or religious topics can fit into more than one tab-category. Some sources only available via interlibrary loan. The views and perspectives expressed in the sources do not necessarily reflect the opinion or position of TCC. 

Studying Religion in Tulsa

The five major world religions - John Bellaimey

Recommended Religion Databases

The Discovery Catalog Search on the library homepage will search a lot of relevant databases all at once for you. 

Using the "Articles & Databases" link on the library homepage will show you an A-Z list of all library databases. You can limit to relevant ones by the following subjects: 

Depending on what you are looking for, any of the databases under these areas might help in your research! 

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Amanda Ross
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Religious Studies at TCC

"Religion is one of the primary social activities of humankind. Its study involves a comparative understanding of the various ways different peoples, across time and space, have developed their religious ideas, values, systems, beliefs, rituals, and traditions in response to fundamental questions of human existence. Religious Studies offers a rigorous, systematic, and objective intellectual inquiry into various aspects of religions, their adherents and world views, their goals and expressions. It employs a wide variety of approaches and methods in order to understand the role of religion in human experience and thought. Courses in Religious Studies are for majors and for those meeting Humanities credit requirements. They are designed to be non-technical and to appeal to a broad range of interests."

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