Most religions have particular writings that they regard as sacred or in some way inspirational. These texts may prescribe religious law, describe historical events, document prophecies, or record words of praise. Some texts have an appeal outside of the religion that considers them sacred and are regarded more generally as important works of literature. This category provides links to religious texts by name, where there is a category specifically dealing with a named text, and by religious tradition. Sites listed here mostly provide links to online religious texts from multiple religious traditions.
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Beliefnet: Sacred Texts
Links to a wide selection of full texts, including Baha'i sacred writings, the Dhammapada, Confucian Analects, Tao-Te Ching, several versions of the Bible, Hadith, Sunnah, and Wiccan and neo-pagan texts.
Internet Sacred Text Archive
Archive of primary texts relating to all major world religions and many other spiritual practices, including all major scriptures and hundreds of other documents. Documents are public domain English translations and original languages.
Gathering the great prayers from spiritual traditions around the world into a common archive.
World Religious Texts
The Golden Rule in various religions.
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