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Billy Graham Library
The Billy Graham Library, located in Charlotte, North Carolina, provides a website not only for visitors to the physical library, but to online visitors who would like more information about the Southern Baptist Reverend Billy Graham or the Billy Braham Evangelistic Association.

Centre of Jaina Studies at SOAS, University of London
The University of London has a Centre of Jaina Studies, which uses an interdisciplinary approach to support the study of Jaina religion and culture. COJS offers in-house publications, exchange programs, and conferences and workshops. Visitors to the Centre's website can learn about the Centre, its approach to Jaina studies, and the resources it provides.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer Official Homepage
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a Christian theologian in Nazi Germany who opposed the policies of Adolf Hitler. He was arrested for his writings and convictions and his role in a conspiracy to assassinate Hitler and overthrow the Third Reich. He was eventually killed in a Nazi concentration camp. This website provides a biography of Bonhoeffer, a gallery of pictures, and a bibliography of his works.

Documents of the Vatican II Council
The Holy See Archives website hosts the sixteen documents from the Vatican II Council, which took place from 1962-65. Vatican II altered the relationship between the Catholic Church and its congregations, from offering the Mass in the vernacular rather than in Latin to affirming the central role of Scripture in the Church. This site allows visitors to read the four constitutions, three declarations, and nine decrees of the Council in Byelorussian, Chinese, Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish, or Swahili.

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet
Visitors to the official website of the Dalai Lama will be able to access information about the Dalai Lama, his upcoming appearances around the world, and about Tibetan Buddhism. The site also offers a photo gallery, video and transcripts of past speeches and addresses, and messages on such topics as Buddhism, the environment, and world peace. In addition to English, the website is also available in Chinese, Tibetan, and Russian.

Islam and Islamic Studies Resources
The "Islam and Islamic Studies Resources," hosted by a University of Georgia professor of religion, is a resource on "Islam and the Diverse Perspectives of Muslims." The site has links to videos, articles, books, and other sources. Its contents provide a comprehensive scholarly approach to understanding Islam in the twentieth century.

Mahatma Gandhi Complete Information Website
This website provides information on the life of Mohandas Gandhi as well as his nonviolent philosophy, his writings, and writings about him. Parts of the website include "Gandhi Tourist Places," "Satyagraha/Civil Disobedience," and "Gandhi Today."

Serguis Bulgakov Society
This defunct website provides visitors many resources on Orthodox Russian theologian Sergei Bulgakov. The site has links to other online sources, such as encyclopedia entries, primary resources, and images of Fr. Bulgakov, as well as links to downloadable bibliographies. An Internet Resource for Studying Christian Theology's purpose is "to make high quality theological material available" online, through digitizing sources and providing resources to researchers, ministers, and seminary students. The website hosts articles on theology, which visitors can find by the last name of the author or by category, such as "Doctrines," "Theologians," and "Spirituality;" categories are further broken down to sub-categories to aid researchers in finding relevant articles. The site also links to a blog to keep visitors up-to-date on new material and other issues on the website.

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
Founded in Poland in 1925 and moved to New York City in 1940, the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research has a long history of preserving and promoting the culture of Eastern European Jewish populations. YIVO is a library and archives, and it also hosts events, lectures, and programs at its location. Visitors to its website can access information about visiting YIVO in person, including archives hours and policies, learn more about the history of the institute, and see a schedule of its public events.