Religions of Atlanta
General Reference Works
See also the online reference resources to the right (several of which are also available in print) and the resources listed on the pages of particular religious traditions.
Library of Congress Call Numbers
If you're seeking to browse resources in the stacks or reference sections of Pitts or Woodruff, below are some helpful call number ranges. You can also browse call numbers digitally using the "Browse Shelves" tab in EUCLID, although you can only search one library at a time this way.
BL -- Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
BL 1100 - BL 1295 -- Hinduism
BL 1300 - BL 1380 -- Jainism
BL 1500 - BL 1590 -- Zoroastrianism
BL 1600- BL 1695 -- Semitic Religions
BL 1830- BL 1883 -- Confucianism
BL 1899 - BL 1942.85 -- Taoism
BL 2017 - BL 2018.7 -- Sikhism
BL 2216 - BL 2227.8 -- Shinto
BL 2390 - BL 2490 -- Religions of Africa
BM -- Judaism
BP 1 - BP 253 -- Islam.
BP 300 - BP 395 -- Bahai Faith.
BP 500 - BP 585 -- Theosophy.
BQ -- Buddhism
Native American religions are in subclasses E and F.
The full list of Library of Congress Call Numbers for Subclass B is available.
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Periodicals Room, Pitts Theology Library