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Websites that search for low book prices:

  • AAA BookSearch provides free, real-time book price comparison for people in the U.S., UK, and Canada. See:

  • Amazon is amazing on-line bookstore which has over 1 million titles in stock. Their inventory can be searched by author's name, title or subject.

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  • Books On-line allows you to search for books on the Internet by title and author. See:  

  • BooksPrice is an innovative web site that finds the lowest cost source for a group of books that you wish to purchase. You can search by book title, author, book category or ISBN number. See:

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Publishers of religious books:

  • Absolute Publishing Group publishes books on dreams, Gnosis, spirituality, Judas Iscariot, out of body experiences and more. See:

  • Banned books is new site for all secularists, humanists, atheists, agnostics, skeptics and freethinkers to visit. It is a refuge for the books and tapes your church, government or others afraid of the truth don't want you to read. See:

  • BooksChristian carries a broad range of inspirational books, women's novels, small group study guides, pastor resources, Christian games, etc. See:

  • Book Source for the Christian Orthodox faith is at Seraphim Rose Books:

  • Monkfish Book Publishing Company is an independent press specializing in "the diversity of authentic spiritual experience. Genres range from traditional 'wisdom literature'... to commercial fiction such as 'The Mind Parasites' by Colin Wilson." They also publish the imprint Provenance Editions, which updates older classics such as Rabindranath Tagore's 'The Religion of Man.' See

  • The New Life Mission, a Fundamentalist Christian group, distributes free e-books and paper books from their web site at:

  • SeelenbĂĽcher published "Books for the Soul: Self-discovery, Karma, Life Plan, Soul, Reincarnation, Afterlife, and Rebirth.

  • The Spirit Village sells "self help books and other products designed to develop the power of mind and enhance one's life." See:
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Sources of free e-books:

  • Free ebooks on spiritual knowledge are downloadable from Included are books on relationships, love, religion, wisdom, Christianity, New Age, Apocalypse.

  • provide free downloadable holy books, sacred and spiritual texts in full length. Download the Bible, The Holy Qur'an, Vedic text and thousands of books on yoga, Buddhism, magic, meditation and many other catagories. See:

  • The Inner Journey offers spiritual "material to anyone seeking the inspiration necessary to help bring about change in the quality of life." They offer a variety of texts which are freely available for downloading. See:

  • Questia, "the World's Largest Online Library," has numerous books on religion at:

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  • Axis Mundi is an online journal created by the religious studies students at the University of Alberta and Wilfrid Laurier University. See:

  • Cross Currents describes themselves as "a global network for people of faith and intelligence who are committed to connecting the wisdom of the heart and the life of the mind." See:

  • Dialog: A Journal of Theology investigates "... the intersections between contemporary social issues and the mission of the Lutheran church." Although the cost for downloading an issue is prohibitive for the general reader, they do have free access to an older issue. See:

  • The Journal of Church and State is published by Baylor University. See:

  • The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory "deals broadly with the phenomenon of religion and cultural theory." See:

  • The Journal for Millennial Studies brings "together the strands of millennial, apocalyptic, and utopic aid in creating a community of millennial scholars." See:

  • The Journal of Religion & Society "promotes the study of all religious groups and beliefs among the various peoples of the world, past and present." See:

  • Journal of Religious Culture is an English/German journal published by the University of Frankfurt in Germany. See:

  • Religion & Politics is an online journal published by the John C. Danforth Center on Religion & Politics at Washington University in St. Louis. It "... focuses on one of the most contested issues of our time: the role religion plays in the civic and political life of the United States." See:

  • Religion in the News is a journal published three times a year by The Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life. It tracks the discussion of religion through the news media. See:

  • Review of Religious Research is a quarterly that: "... seeks to provide a regular channel for the exchange of information on methods, findings and uses of religious research. It contains a variety of articles, book reviews and reports on research projects." See:

  • Rutgers Journal of Law & Religion studies the relationship between law and religion on a global scale. See:

  • Spiritual Guidance is a monthly spirituality e-newsletter carrying "... a positive, uplifting, inspiring and spirit-filled message." See for a signup form and e-Newsletter archive.

  • The website temporarily posts articles from the most recent issue of selected journals on their web site. Some journals with a religious/spirituality content include:
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