About the Project
Kansas is religiously a microcosm of the world. All of America’s largest religious families—Catholics, Methodists, Baptists, Lutherans, and so on—are well represented, but so are a legion of less populous groups. The Religion in Kansas Project seeks to serve as a comprehensive clearinghouse for resources and information that document this diversity of religious tradition and experience in Kansas, and the historical and contemporary role of religion in the lives of Kansans. Read more...
Purpose and history of the Kansas School of Religion, plans for growth
A journal published from 1963 through 1995 by the Kansas School of Religion.
Recently Added Items
"William J. Moore Library- Past, Present, Future" by Jean Gelbart; "KSR Conference on Grieving"; "News"; "Graduate Student Report 1994-1995"
"Lectures Sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Kansas" by S. Daniel Breslauer; "News"; "Book Reviews"; "Meet the…
"Myth in the Biblical and Jewish Traditions"; "Book Reviews"; "New Courses"; "In Memoriam"
"Religious Conflict in Contemporary India" by Robert D. Baird; "News"; "Book Reviews"; "Meet the Faculty"