in Action - political action and related issues.
Index : "research resources on religious cults, sects,
new religious movements, alternative religions, apologetics-, anticult-,
and countercult organizations, doctrines, religious practices and
world views. These resources reflect a variety of theological and/or
Press publishes materials for self study, group study,
or evangelistic purposes - evidences and debates
& Polemics Links A very well developed British site featuring
apologetic and polemical links. The sponsors have made a genuine
effort to avoid promoting a particular theological orientation (e.g.
Armenian vs. Calvinist). Highly recommended.
Report This site is impressive in scope and quality, sponsored
by personnel formerly affiliated with the Christian Research Institute.
and with the International School of Theology in California. Good
stuff on cults/ occult, cultural history and issues, and mainstream
for Biblical Research: demonstrating the historical reliability
of Scripture through excavation and research in Biblical archaeology
Truth A Christian Apologetics page that deals with a wide variety
Wittgenstein's Net--A Christian Thinktank A site sponsored
by an intelligent non-theologian. Impressively enthusiastic, he
welcomes skeptics as well as believers , and tries to answer all
worthy questions. Well-developed, the site is quite diverse and
has many valuable links, though you should be alert to the inevitable
limitations of one mind.
Issues Interesting site sponsored by a believer in Texas. Pretty
straight-up apologetics, but broad in range of topics. Includes
discussion of the centrality of baptism, and other theological topics,
such as cults and nature of the Godhead. Small number of links.
Answers Network This site includes articles on evolution, archaeology,
and comparative religion.
- CARM Christian
Apologetics and Research Ministry. Excellent site with links to
many articles dealing with apologetic issues.
Site sponsored by Hank Hanegraf, the well-known radio broadcaster
"Bible Answer Man" and the Christian Research Institute.
Apologetically speaking, this site is somewhat lightweight but bears
watching. It does feature information/ responses to the cults.
- The Interactive
Bible Apparently sponsored by a member of the Churches of Christ,
this site is more polemical than apologetic, but it is still useful
and interesting for our purposes.
for Religious Research Modest site sponsored by the Institute
for Religious Research in Grand Rapids. Specializes in studies of
Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons, with considerable resources, but
also has interesting stuff on the Jesus Seminar. A unique feature
is that the site is accessible in twelve languages other than English.
U -- Christian Leadership Ministries, the "faculty training
arm" of Campus Crusade for Christ. Impressively broad site
with many resources and links, with emphasis on apologetics materials
and issues, full-text resources, and general resources and activities
Hill Forum This is the website of Mars Hill Review, a hard-copy
discussion of Christianity and culture formerly published thrice
annually. Selected articles are also available at this site, as
are selected back-articles. These folks are strong on Christianity
and the arts; much is here that will broaden you philosophically
and culturally, helping you bridge the cultural gap, apologetically.
Co-sponsored by Western Theological Seminary, Seattle. Request
an article from the FCC Library's CD-ROM of all issues of Mars Hill
Review by clicking the "Library" link in the frame below.
Virtual Library Sponsored by the virtual Miami Christian University,
this is probably the biggest apologetics site online.
Creation. Walt Brown's book, In the Beginning; Compelling
Argument for Creation and the Flood, has 20 strong arguments
that force the evolutionist to state that no God is a far bigger
miracle then a God.
Secular Web This is an atheistic humanist site specializing
in Christian-hating and featuring the views of Farell Till. Also
on this site is a
debate on the resurrection between Till and Norman Geisler.
Main Page, the web page for the soc.religion.christian newsgroup.
This website attempts to explain the majority of Christian beliefs
to both the believer and unbeliever. Many articles adequately explain
- Center for Bioethics
and Culture. Training and equipping others in understanding
bioethical matters of the 21st century.
Vision: Integration of traditional Judeo-Christian values in bioethical
- Ethics Updates.
"Ethics Updates is designed primarily to be used by ethics
instructors and their students. It is intended to provide updates
on current literature, both popular and professional, that relates
to ethics." Created by Lawrence M. Hinman at the University
of San Diego.
and ethics annotations by Prof. M. Chambers)
Periodicals in Philosophy,
Ethics and Apologetics in the FCC Library
provided for research and study. Inclusion of any site does
not imply endorsement of the content.
broken links to the library.