Research@UWW searches for "Everything" (articles, books, ebooks, videos, digital resources, government documents, etc.) from all disciplines. You also can search articles only, or the local catalog only (UWW's books, media, and more).
Google Books finds books and shows a summary of what they discuss. Sometimes you can search within the text and read portions of it online.
A to Z Databases lists Library subscription & other databases that help you find resources (articles, dissertations, statistics, etc.).
Find Journals is used to search for a particular journal, magazine or newspaper by title to see if the Library has access to it, online or not.
Call numbers on library books group them by topic. Most books dealing with religious topics have call numbers starting with BL-BX. Within lettered areas, numbers are used to further subdivide the topics (See examples under BL below). You can use this information to browse library shelves.
BL - Religion (General)
70-71: Sacred Books
74-98: Religions of the World
458: Women in Comparative Religion
660-2670: History and Principles of Religions
687: Mediterranean Region
700-820: Classical (Etruscan, Greek, Roman)
1000-2370: Asian, Oreintal
1750-2350: By Region or Country
BM - Judaism
BP - Islam, Bahaism, Theosophy
BQ - Buddhism
BR - Christianity
BS - The Bible
BT - Doctrinal Theology
BV - Practical Theology
BX - Christian Denominations
More detail about how number ranges within these areas further break down this subject is online from the Library of Congress.