A links page is self-explanatory for people used to the World Wide Web. For the rest: The web is potentially an amazing resource but it can also be quite confusing so a bit of guidance may help. That's what a links page is intended to do.
I first explain the rating system used to describe the overall quality of a website. Then come the links themselves. There is no topical organization but the higher ranked sites are listed at the top. Sites as yet unranked might be quite good but they are listed at the bottom anyway. Finally, I explain the cryptic abbreviations following annotations, which refer to the fine people who have contributed web links, annotations, and ratings for sites related to religious experience. Enjoy!
The four-halo rating system is utterly objective, of course, but may need to be explained so that all of the universally applicable judgments expressed by its use are not merely announced (the cosmically important outcome) but also understood (we, too, our slaves to our pedagogically driven, bodhisattva-like compassion). The explanation may be somewhat technical but we ask you to bear with our attempts to break open web-centric phenomenological categories for the wider public.
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The contributors to these web links are:
[TK] Tim Knepper, the intrepid teaching assistant for the Fall 2002 Religious Experience Research Seminar at Boston University
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