Religious Resources

Christianity Resources

christiancontender.orgNew Window
This is a Christian based web site maintained by Contact Contender Ministries. The Mission of Contender Ministries (a brief synopsis of their mission statement): "As Christians, we are powerless to change the heart of another person. We can't body slam someone into the body of Christ.

What we can do, and are absolutely obligated to do, is to let them know that they're in a pot of water that will be boiling before long. Explain to them the truth. Jesus said, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." That statement summarizes the truth of salvation." This web site expresses views of many other religions as seen from their perspective.

www.theopedia.comNew Window
An encyclopedia of Biblical Christianity. The site features encyclopedia entries of various types, an online theological journal, articles and links to other sources. From the homepage: "Theopedia is a growing, online encyclopedia of Christianity and Biblical Theology. Theopedia uses Wiki technology, which is essentially a community driven information management system.

Registered users of our community add and edit articles and refine their information and presentation. This results in a network of interconnected pages, constantly being refined and updated. Please join us!"

www.chritech.comNew Window
An "Ultimate Christian resource center" featuring Christian websites, a Christian search engine, and Christian news. There is also a link to a Christian dating service.

www.christianitytoday.comNew Window
This is an online magazine affiliated with a subscription magazine for Christians. The website features many links to resources, articles, and supplements to the paper version of the magazine. The organization was started in 1956 by Billy Graham.

www.yale.edu/adhoc/research_resources/links.htmNew Window
Resources for Teaching and Research relating to the History of Christianity. Web site lists sources and e-texts for Early Christianity, Medieval Christianity, Renaissance and Early Modern Christianity. The site is maintained by Yale University and Yale Divinity School.

www.biblegateway.com
From the homepage: "Welcome to BibleGateway.com, a free service for reading and researching Scripture online--all in the language or translation of your choice! We provide advanced tools you can use to search the Bible by keywords or verse, as well as other tools to enhance your study of the Bible." The site includes a quick search where you can enter a Bible passage or topic and search the Bible.

www.bible.orgNew Window
From the homepage: "Welcome to Bible.org, a non-profit (501c3) Christian ministry headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The Ministry launched in 1995 to leverage the Internet as a powerful new force in Christian ministry. In the last decade bible.org has grown to serve millions of individuals around the world through providing thousands of trustworthy resources for Bible study– including an exciting new translation of the Bible (the NET Bible)." "Our bible.org Vision: To equip all people to: Attain the knowledge of the Son of God, Become a mature person in Christ, and be Competent to teach others."

www.carm.org/index.htmlNew Window
From the homepage: "CARM is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization whose purpose is to equip Christians and refute error. Learn about biblical Christianity so you can know God better, be more sanctified, and identify false teachings." "CARM is "run" by four people and is overseen by the board of directors, was begun in late October 1995, and was started because the Internet has so much false doctrines and false teachers." The website has links and sections related to apologetics, Bible difficulties, religious movements, secular movements and can be read in 3 languages.

Last Updated: 2/19/13