DDC - 200 - Religion
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Dewey Decimal Classification System
200 Religion 200 Generalities
  • 200.1 Philosophy and theory of religion 
    • 200.8 Religion with respect to kinds of persons
    • 200.9 Historical, geographic, persons treatment of religion
  • 201 Philosophy of Christianity
  • 202 Miscellany of Christianity
  • 203 Dictionaries of Christianity
  • 204 Special topics
  • 205 Serial publications of Christianity
  • 206 Organizations of Christianity
  • 207 Education, research in Christianity
  • 208 Kinds of persons in Christianity
  • 209 History & geography of Christianity
210 Natural theology
  • 210 Natural theology
  • 211 Concepts of God
  • 212 Existence, attributes of God
  • 213 Creation
  • 214 Theodicy
  • 215 Science & religion
  • 216 Good & evil
  • 217
  • 218 Humankind
  • 219
220 Bible
  • 220 Bible 
    • 220.1 Origins and authenticity
    • 220.3 Encyclopedias and topical dictionaries
    • 220.4 Original texts, early versions, early translations
    • 220.5 Modern versions and translations
    • 220.6 Interpretation and criticism (Exegesis)
    • 220.7 Commentaries
    • 220.8 Nonreligious subjects treated in Bible
    • 220.9 Geography, history, chronology, persons of Bible lands in Bible times
  • 221 Old Testament
  • 222 Historical books of Old Testament
  • 223 Poetic books of Old Testament
  • 224 Prophetic books of Old Testament
  • 225 New Testament
  • 226 Gospels & Acts 
    • 226.2 Matthew
    • 226.3 Mark
    • 226.4 Luke
    • 226.5 John
    • 226.6 Acts of the Apostles
    • 226.7 Miracles
    • 226.8 Parables
    • 226.9 Sermon on the Mount
  • 227 Epistles
  • 228 Revelation (Apocalypse)
  • 229 Apocrypha & pseudepigrapha
230 Christian theology
  • 230 Christian theology
  • 231 God
  • 231.7 Relation to the world
  • 232 Jesus Christ & his family 
    • 232.9 Family and life of Jesus
  • 233 Humankind
  • 234 Salvation (Soteriology) & grace
  • 235 Spiritual beings
  • 236 Eschatology
  • 237
  • 238 Creeds & catechisms
  • 239 Apologetics & polemics
240 Christian moral & devotional theology
  • 240 Christian moral & devotional theology
  • 241 Moral theology 
    • 241.5 Codes of conduct
  • 242 Devotional literature
  • 243 Evangelistic writings for individuals
  • 244
  • 245 Texts of hymns
  • 246 Use of art in Christianity
  • 247 Church furnishings & articles
  • 248 Christian experience, practice, life 
    • 248.2 Religious experience
    • 248.3 Worship
    • 248.4 Christian life and practice
    • 248.8 Guides to Christian life for specific classes of persons
  • 249 Christian observances in family life
250 Christian orders & local church 
  • 250 Christian orders & local church
  • 251 Preaching (Homiletics)
  • 252 Texts of sermons
  • 253 Pastoral office (Pastoral theology) 
    • 253.5 Counseling and spiritual direction
  • 254 Parish goverment & administration 
    • 254.3 Use of communications media
    • 254.4 Public relations and publicity
    • 254.8 Finance
  • 255 Religious congregations & orders
  • 256
  • 257
  • 258
  • 259 Activities of the local church
260 Christian social theology
  • 260 Christian social theology 
    • 260.9 Historical, geographic, persons treatment
  • 261 Social theology 
    • 261.2 Christianity and other systems of belief
    • 261.5 Christianity and secular disciplines
    • 261.7 Christianity and political affairs
    • 261.8 Christianity and socioeconomic problems
  • 262 Ecclesiology 
    • 262.9 Church law and discipline
  • 263 Times, places of religious observance
  • 264 Public worship
  • 265 Sacraments, other rites & acts
  • 266 Missions
  • 267 Associations for religious work
  • 268 Religious education
  • 269 Spiritual renewal
270 Christian church history
  • 270 Christian church history 
    • 270.1 Apostolic period to 325
    • 270.2 Period of ecumenical councils, 325-787
    • 270.3 Periods of struggle between papacy and empire, 787-1054
    • 270.4 Period of papal supremacy, 1054-1200
    • 270.5 Late Middle Ages through the Renaissance, 1200-1517
    • 270.6 Period of Reformation and Counter-Reformation, 1517-1648
    • 270.7 Period from Peace of Westphalia to the French Revolution, 1648-1789
    • 270.8 Modern period, 1789-
  • 271 Religious orders in church history
  • 272 Persecutions in church history
  • 273 Heresies in church history
  • 274 Christian church in Europe
  • 275 Christian church in Asia
  • 276 Christian church in Africa
  • 277 Christian church in North America
  • 278 Christian church in South America
  • 279 Christian church in other areas
280 Christian denominations & sects
  • 280 Christian denominations & sects 
    • 280.9 Eastern Orthodox churches
  • 281 Early church & Eastern churches
  • 282 Roman Catholic Church
  • 283 Anglican churches
  • 284 Protestants of Continental origin 
    • 284.1 Lutheran churches
  • 285 Presbyterian, Reformed, Congregational 
    • 285.7 Reformed churches centered in America
    • 285.8 Congregationalism
  • 286 Baptist, Disciples of Christ, Adventist
  • 286.6 Disciples of Christ (Campbellites) 
    1. 286.7 Adventist churches
  • 287 Methodist churches; churches uniting Methodist and other denominations; Salvation Army 
    • 287.9 Salvation Army; Churches uniting Methodist and other denominations
  • 288
  • 289 Other denominations & sects 
    • 289.1 Unitarian and Universalist churches
    • 289.3 Latter-Day Saints (Mormons)
    • 289.4 Church of the New Jerusalem
    • (Swedenborgianism)
    • 289.5 Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science)
    • 289.6 Society of Friends (Quakers)
    • 289.7 Mennonite churches
    • 289.9 Others
290 Other & comparative religions
  • 290 Other & comparative religions
  • 291 Comparative religion 
    • 291.1 Religious mythology, social theology, interreligious relations and attitudes
    • 291.2 Doctrines
    • 291.3 Public worship and other practices
    • 291.4 Religious experience, life, practice
    • 291.5 Moral theology
    • 291.6 Leaders and organization
    • 291.7 Missions, religious training and education
    • 291.8 Sources
    • 291.9 Sects and reform movements
  • 292 Classical (Greek & Roman) religion
  • 293 Germanic religion
  • 294 Religions of Indic origin 
    • 294.3 Buddhism
    • 294.4 Jainism
    • 294.5 Hinduism
    • 294.6 Sikhism
    • 295 Zoroastrianism (Mazdaism, Parseeism)
  • 296 Judaism 
    • 296.1 Sources
    • 296.3 Doctrinal, moral, social theology
    • 296.4 Traditions, rites, public services
    • 296.6 Leaders, organization, religious education
    • 296.7 Religious experience, life, practice
    • 296.8 Sects and movements
  • 297 Islam & religions originating in it
  • 298
  • 299 Other religions