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Other Online Resources

  • Alpha & Omega Ministries
    (http://aomin.org/)
    The Christian Apologetics Ministry of James R. White

  • Answers in Genesis
    (http://www.answersingenesis.org/)
    Defending the Bible, Genesis, dinosaurs and refuting evolution, humanism, gap theory, and dating methods, etc.

  • Audio Treasure
    (http://www.audiotreasure.com/)
    Download or play mp3's of the Bible (World English Bible)

  • Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
    (http://www.alliancenet.org/)
    The Alliance is a broad coalition of evangelical Christian leaders from a number of different denominations, including Baptist, Independent, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Reformed. Our purpose is to call the church, amidst our dying culture, to repent of its worldliness, to recover and confess the truth of God's Word.

  • Bible Gateway
    (http://bible.gospelcom.net/)
    Very easy to use; Includes several translations, word searches, translation comparisons, etc.

  • Bibles.net
    (www.bibles.net)
    Read the Bible in several translations, and links to several great sites for purposes such as Greek/Hebrew info, commentaries, audio Bibles, etc.

  • Bible.com's Online Word
    (http://www.bible.com/)
    View and search several translations, and has a lot of links to other Bible resources.

  • Bible Study Tools at Crosswalk.com
    (http://bible.crosswalk.com/)
    Read and search many Bible translations, view KJV and NAS with Strong's. View Bible Commentaries, Interlinear Bible, Bible Dictionaries, Encylopedias, Lexicons & info on Greek words, Sermon help, etc.

  • Blue Letter Bible
    (http://www.blueletterbible.org/))
    Several translations of the Bible, complete with search tools, Greek & Hebrew references, commentaries, maps, hymns from a certain verse, and dictionary aids.

  • Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics
    (http://www.reformed.org/)
    The Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics (CRTA) is dedicated to providing biblically sound online resources for the edification of God's people.

  • Chrisitan Answers.net
    (http://www.christiananswers.net/)
    Tons of Apologetics (similar to Answers In Genesis), ministry tools, and other questions answered.

  • Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry (CARM)
    (http://www.carm.org/)
    Great site, tons of apologetics, Christian and other religion information, and just a lot of useful stuff.

  • E-Sword Bible Software
    (http://www.e-sword.net/)
    E-Sword is a wonderful, free Bible software package. You can download many different translations, commentaries, maps, etc. off the website.

  • Founders Ministries
    (http://www.founders.org/)
    Founders Ministries a ministry of teaching and encouragement that seeks to promote both doctrine and devotion expressed in the Doctrines of Grace and their experiential application to the local church, particularly in the areas of worship and witness. Founders Ministries takes as its theological framework the first recognized confession of faith that Southern Baptists produced, The Abstract of Principles.

  • Gospel.com
    (http://www.gospel.com/)
    Evangelism tools, Youth Ministry links, etc.

  • iBible
    (http://www.ibiblehome.com/)
    A great site design, with several translations, search tools, and an outline of the Bible.

  • Linked Bible Project
    (http://www.bju.edu/bible/)
    A Bible linked with Strong's numbers and description of each

  • Modern Reformation
    (http://www.modernreformation.org/)
    Modern Reformation is an excellent bi-monthly publication covering various aspects of doctrine (usually one or two major doctrines are focused on per issue) from a Reformed standpoint. Features articles by authors such as R. C. Sproul, B. B. Warfield, John MacArthur, and Michael Horton.

  • NET Bible: Biblical Studies Foundation
    (http://www.bible.org/)
    View and search the NET Bible, but the best part of this site is the 10,000 sermon illustrations/stories.

  • Online-Bible
    (http://www.online-bible.com/winonlinebible.html)
    A site with tons of available downloads of different Bible software, Greek/Hebew sources, etc.

  • PCA Christian Education & Publications Bookstore
    (http://www.cepbookstore.com)
    Online bookstore of the PCA, which offers many books (of a Reformed perspective) at excellent prices (most 20%-25% off MSRP).

  • Preterist Archives
    (http://www.preterist.org/)
    A site dedicated to defending partial and full preterist theology.

  • Reformation Ink
    (http://markers.com/ink/)
    It is this site’s contention that the theology of the Reformation is the purest expression of Christianity on the planet. This site exists in order to make important and hard to find primary source Reformation documents readily accessible.

  • Reformed Christian Bookstore
    (http://www.reformedbookstore.com/)
    A Reformed Christian Bookstore that sells books which can equip you to defend your faith.

  • Skeptic's Annoted Bible
    (http://www.skepticsannotatedbible.com/)
    Site full of atheists; KJV verse by verse with large list of Bible "contradictions", etc. Excellent site for Christians to find reasons why many atheists believe, or do not believe, what they do.

  • The Unbound Bible
    (http://www.theunboundbible.com/)
    The most translation's I've ever seen, including many foreign languages, Greek and Hebrew versions, Lexicons, Bible Dictionaries, Search tools, and Commentaries. Site also allows you to personalize it with a free account so that you can add notes to Scripture, etc.

  • Threshold
    (www.monergism.com)
    A collection of classic Christian writings and a defense of historical Christianity.

  • What the Bible Says About...
    (http://wbsa.logos.com/)
    Allows searching of a topic and showing Scripture relating to it.

  • WORDsearch Software
    (http://www.wordsearchbible.com/)
    Who can be smarter than Luke? How about his dad! Well, here's a great, free, program for Bible study written by the father of the guy we love...


Please e-mail me if you have any additional sites that you believe are worthy of this list.
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This is the long-awaited terms page. It's still missing a few terms, they'll be added soon. Special thanks to all who helped get these definitions as well as Blindman for writing the JavaScript.

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Letter to Newcomers

Howdy!

All these announcements are here because we feel them to be useful to our visitors. We have a miniature dictionary (a "terms page"), some useful online links, a letter to our newcomers, and more being added as needed.

All newcomers are asked to read the Letter to Newcomers and the rules before posting here. The rest is simply resource material to be of aid to those who need it.

I reccomend every person on this site skim through the contents of this page every month or so, and also refer to it as needed when in discussion.

“Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true” --Acts 17:11

Dear Theology,

I have been noticing lately that there have been many new people coming to this forum, and I praise God for that.

I am writing to YOU specifically if you are new to this forum.

This forum is intended for intellectual, academic examination of scriptural content, interpretation, and authority. The members who participate here are learned, assertive, and passionate. We represent a spectrum of doctrines, backgrounds, and faiths (or lack of faith). We all search for TRUTH.

In this forum, theology is treated primarily as a matter for the mind, though not without the acknowledgement that it is also a matter of heart. The faith many of us hold as personal and intimate is laid open here to scrutiny and investigation. Such an exercise in philosophical generation therefore requires a conscious shift from the emotional perspective to the critical perspective.

Consider Paul’s instruction: “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness… Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction. For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead…they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear.” (2 Timothy 3:16, 4:2-3)

We will not scratch itching ears here. The theology forum requires thick skin for constructive participation. You will find very little sugar coating. The most seemingly benign comments are fair game for relentless criticism. We have been accused of being hateful, judgmental, spiteful, cold, heretical, hypocritical and even unChrist-like. The accusations usually stem from a misunderstanding of purpose: we are not here to cheerlead, we are here to examine.

With this said, “Let [our] conversations be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that [we] may know how to answer everyone” (Colossians 4:6) We pray to be always full of grace in our words, and hope for success even half of the time.

In closing, a summary for the chronically ADD: Don’t get offended, we are striving for Truth. Ideas can be attacked in good conscience, people can’t. We don’t coddle, we don’t pat each other on the back, we discuss. We get over it or we get out of here, for our own good.

And WELCOME, WELCOME, WELCOME!!!!!!!!!!

Peace to all of the Bereans out there,

Laurel (OliveShoot90)

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Nothing better to do?
Why don't you kick yourself out
You're an immigrant, too!
Who's using who?
What should we do?
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