Online Resources

There are plenty of ways that you can engage with the work of the Faculty of Theology and Religion and explore the study of Theology and Religion online. Some resources may be particularly useful to school teachers or to applicants seeking to engage with the subject beyond the school curriculum.

Please note that the Faculty accepts no responsibility for the content of external websites.

University and Faculty Resources

Faculty Blog

Short articles by Faculty researchers, teachers and students. Discover what researchers at all levels of the Faculty are studying and how they engage a range of subjects and disciplines; read reports and interviews about Faculty events, publications and developments and learn something about the experience of current students.

Faculty YouTube Channel

Recordings of public lectures by Faculty members as well as footage of Open Day presentations.

 

Youtube

Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion

The Ian Ramsey Centre is associated with the Faculty for Theology and Religion and conducts research into religious beliefs and theological concepts in relation to the sciences. You will find a wealth of material on their website, including videos of public lectures, seminars, and presentations, and more on their YouTube channel.

Oxplore

The ‘Home of Big Questions’ aims to engage those from 11 to 18 years with debates and ideas that go beyond what is covered in the classroom.

 

Oxplore

Cabinet

An archive of digitised artefacts, including several with religious significance.

External Resources

BBC Radio 4

Radio 4 produces a number of programmes which may be of interest to current and prospective students of Theology and Religion. Most programmes are available on the BBC Sounds app. Episodes are archived as podcasts and you can browse programmes in categories such as ‘Religion’ and ‘Philosophy’.

Programmes include:

Very Short Introductions

Very Short Introductions are paperbacks published by Oxford University Press, which offer concise introductions to a diverse range of subject areas including Theology, Religion and Philosophy. The series is intended to offer “a bridge between reference content and higher academic work” and are written by experts in the field. You can browse titles on the website by category. These include some by our own Faculty members.

JSTOR

JSTOR is a not-for-profit organisation committed to helping the academic community use digital technologies. Some of its searchable content is Open Access; academic ebooks and journals that are available to everyone, everywhere.

Imagining the Divine Blog

View the Empires of Faith blog from their exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum, exploring religion in art and artefacts.

Ashmolean Learning Resources

Browse a wide collection including World Religions, religious history and art.

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