The Academic Jewish Studies Internet Directory lists and provides links to university programs in Jewish studies in the United States.
The Massachusetts Bible Society hosted a talk on the KJV by Jon Sweeney, author of Verily, Verily: The KV–400 Years of Influence and Beauty.
“The LDS Restorationist Movement, Including the Mormon Churches: Theological Questions From Christians”
The Religious Tolerance website maintains a history of the conflict between Mormons and traditional Christians.
Beliefnet.com maintains a page explaining the differences between Mormon and traditional Christian beliefs.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints posts a Web page on its beliefs and doctrines.
The Elat Chayyim Retreat Center is a place for spiritual contemplation for Jews. During the Labor Day weekend of 2006, the retreat moved from its longtime home in Accord, N.Y., to Falls Village, Conn.
The National Jewish Outreach Program was established by Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald in 1987. It is now one of the largest and most successful Jewish outreach organizations in the world.
Bread for the World is the largest faith-based advocacy movement against hunger, a collective of Christian groups. It posts hunger facts and figures. It is based in Washington, D.C.
Churches Uniting in Christ a collection of 11 Christian communions who have formed a covenant relationship. The Rev. Robina M. Winbush is president.