Nowadays, religious studies cover the emergence, development, and function of religions, along with various phenomena as they were presented in the history of society, as well as interconnection and mutual interaction of religions and other cultural spheres. As religions still take over the lives of many people, papers on such a topic are very popular in many schools and universities. The topic of religion is quite controversial, so has to be approached seriously. In this article, we will reveal all the secrets of religious writing and help you to choose the best topic.
Annotated Bibliography - Religious & Theological Studies - LibGuides at Merrimack College
Reference sources--encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, etc. Reference sources are one way to acquire general background knowledge in a subject area. This knowledge may help you identify an appropriate topic for a research paper. The background knowledge gained from reference sources may also help you narrow a topic that is too broad. Religious studies dictionaries are useful when negotiating unfamiliar, specialized terminology in the course of your research.