We invite you to submit your syllabi for posting on the Wabash Center’s “Religion on the Web” - a selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion.
You may submit your syllabus by sending the URL to:
Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics
Brite Divinity School
Religion on the Web has over 1,200 syllabi posted, drawn from courses taught in a wide range of fields within theology and religion. Additional syllabi are sought for all categories.
View syllabi on
Religion on the Web
Type keywords into the search box and select "syllabi.”
Syllabi are also listed among the many links within each of the topic categories.
Religion on the Web Home
Syllabi must be open access: The main syllabus document listing books, learning outcomes, etc., must be accessible without permission or passwords (although it is fine if some components of the syllabus are password protected).
If your department or school has a page that collects syllabi, that would also be very helpful for us to post.
If you have questions, please contact Charles Bellinger