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Apologetics, Culture, etc. Answers
In Genesis. Creationist material.
Ancient Days. Dr. David
Livingston. Evolution/creation, flood, exodus, conquest. Some Audio.
Ankerberg Theological Research
Institute. 1500 articles on cults, apologetics, etc. Baker Ency. of Christian
Check A.P. Resources for archive articles.
Associates for Biblical
Research. Biblical Archaeology material. Dr. Bryant Wood.
International. A page maintained by Douglas Petrovich. Emphasis on Biblical
Text, Exodus and Conquest. (Many resources have been taken down. Hopefully we
will see this again soon.)
A.C.A.P. Check resources
for several good articles.
ARN. Access Research Network.
Information on the Intelligent Design Movement: Behe; Dembski; Denton; Johnson;
Back to Genesis.
Back issues of Acts and Facts. Institute for Creation Research.
Evidences for God, Worldviews in Conflict, Christian response to Humanism, etc.
Robert L. Waggoner.
Bede's Library. Reasonable
CARM. The Christian Apologetics
and Research Ministry. Islam, Evolution, Atheism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormonism,
Cold Case Christianity
with J. Warner Wallace from Stand to Reason. A homicide detective investigating
Creation Ministries International.
Old earth, literal 24-hour days viewpoint.
The Da Vinci
Code: of Magdalene, Gnostics, the Goddess and the Grail. Numerous articles.
Lecture by N. T. Wright on "The Challenge of
Historic Christianity to Post-Modern Fantasy" at Seattle Pacific University. The Da Vinci Code.
Dr. Gary R. Habermas.
History, Philosophy, and Christian Apologetics. Specializing in Resurrection-of-Jesus
Does God Exist? Science
teacher John Clayton deals with science and religion issues.
Reason Scripture. Thinking Through Faith. Shane Scott.
Institute for Biblical
and Scientific Studies. A wide range of studies available: Archaeology, Science,
Apologetics. Including World Religions Index.
C. S. Lewis Foundation.
The living legacy of C. S. Lewis.
C. S. Lewis: Into the Wardrobe.
S. Lewis Tours. If you plan to be in Oxford take this tour with Ron Brind.
We enjoyed it.
Library of Historical Apologetics.
resources and the C. S. Lewis Society.
C. S. Lewis photographs. Photographs
of sites in and around Oxford associated with C. S. Lewis.
Probe Ministries. Analyzing and
challenging contemporary culture. Beware Calvinistic theology.
Reasons TO Believe. Where
Science and Faith converge.
Reasonable Faith with
William Lane Craig. Excellent material, including short videos.
Sean McDowell. Articles
on apologetics and related topics.
Human Footprints Together. Paluxy River finds. Don Patton.
of Galilee. Read the book by Atticus G. Haygood.
The True.Origin Archive.
Exposing the myth of evolution.
The Intelligent Design Weblog of Bill Demski & Friends.
Cities & Biblical Coins. Links to sites about many biblical places. Information
about archaeology in Iraq.
and Text. Journal published by Ariel University Press (Israel). Click on Volume
to go to the Journal.
The Ancient Theatre
Archive. A virtual reality tour of Greek and Roman theatre architecture.
'Atiqot. Publication of
the Israel Antiquites Authority.
Articles on Ancient History at
Livius. Material on Anatolia, Egypt, Greece, Judea, Persia, etc. Some photos.
ASOR. American Schools
of Oriental Research.
ASOR Blog. Latest archaeological
discussion related to ASOR and ASOR Scholars.
for Biblical Research Biblical Archaeology material. Conservative.
Bible and Archaeology
- Online Museum. Michael J. Caba. Fifty archaeological artifacts related to
Dr. James Hoffmeier. Video
about the Exodus from Egypt in Light of Recent Archaeology and Geology in North
Museum of Biblical Archaeology. Badè excavated Tell en-Nasbeh, probably
Mizpah in Benjamin.
Society Web Site. Some BAR articles.
From Archaeology. Article by Ferrell Jenkins.
Archaeology.org.uk. An internet resource for studying the archaeological background
of the Bible.
Report. Excellent material presented in a nice format by Bryan Windle.
The Book &
the Spade. Radio program dealing with Biblical Archaeology.
ETANA. Electronic Tools and
Ancient Near East Archives.
Updates on various discoveries and projects relating to the Ancient World.
Weekly newsletter listing articles from the media relating to archaeology or history.
FindaDig. Biblical Archaeology
Society lists current archaeological excavations in the Bible world.
Gath. The Tell es-Safi/Gath
Excavations Official (and Unofficial) Weblog. Aren Maeir.
Ancient Near East. By Mark Alan McDonald.
Hebrew Union College
of the Ancient Near East. An extensive list of ancient sites by Mark Alan
Archaeological Museum and the Institute of Archaeology. Access to a quarterly
from the land of Israel.
The Bible and Interpretation.
Latest news relevant to biblical study. Archaeology and more.
Authority. Recent discoveries.
Israel Antiquities Authority:
the Scientific Archive 1919-1948. Interesting materials from the British Mandate
The LMLK Research
The Synagogue and Archaeological Park.
National Geographic Magazine. One
hundred year index to article on biblical geography, archaeology, and Middle Eastern
Archaeological Museum. Corban College, Salem, OR. Images of archaeological
The Near East Archaeological Society.
from the Holy Land. The Adler collection.
Pool of Siloam. New excavations. Article
by Ferrell Jenkins.
Second Temple Synagogues by Donald D. Binder.
Palestine Exploration Fund.
Founded in 1865, the PEF is devoted to the study of the ancient Levant, especially
"Palestine". Links to old photos, journals, etc.
Roman Empire News and
Archaeology. Mostly an advertising site, but you might find something of interest..
Selskab for Bibelsk
Arcæologi. Danish language archaeology magazine. Some of my articles
have been translated.
Ten Archaeological Discoveries of Twentieth Century. Dr. Keith N. Schoville.
The West Bank and
East Jerusalem Searchable Map. USC Digital Library. Shows about 7,000 archaeological
locales studied since 1967.
The Digital Archaeological
Atlas of the Holy Land. Fascinating site with numerous materials available
of Jordan Online. Internet resources, including links to many archaeological
projects in Jordan.
watch Jerusalem. Sponsored by the Trumpet
(associated with Armstrong movement). Includes archaeology material, maps, etc.
Study Software & Tools
about Bible study software...
BibleWorks is no longer in business but there are videos about features of the
program still available.
From scroll to screen... codex to computer....
Excellent updates by Mark Hoffman. Biblical Studies
and Technological Tools.
A popular web site of the Society of Biblical Literature.
The site is in its early stages. Expect more in the future. Bible Odyssey: People,
Places, and Passages.
Blue Letter Bible.
Includes dictionaries and commentaries.
The Journal of
Inductive Biblical Studies. A journal following the work of Traina.
Logos Bible Software. Logos
has set the standard for electronic publishing. For assistance using ver. 8 see
Bible software. Now available for Mac, Windows, and Mobile.
commentaries, other books. Available also for the Pocket PC.
Online Bible. Inexpensive
source for Bibles and older commentaries. North America site.
Step Bible. Powerful
program produced by Tyndale House, Cambridge, UK.
A nice digital Bible study program.
Bible. Listen to the Bible. Reading by Alexander Scourby.
Audio Treasure. Bibles
in MP3 audio format. Several languages. Check their links for other resources.
Provides free access to original Bible texts in Greek & Hebrew, published
by the German Bible Society, and other English and German translations. Academic-Bible.com.
Or, begin with the NA28 ( Novum Testamentum Graece here.)
Bible Gateway to search
for truth. Search NASB, NIV, RSV and other versions.
Bible Database. Bibles
in several languages available in an attractive format.
Biblia. Bible study online. Access
to numerous versions and Bible study resources.
Download new translation. Musings by Dr. David Alan Black. The International Standard Version.
at StudyLight. Entire Burton Coffman commantaries online. Also old ISBE
and other resources. Opens blank window.
Dictionaries. Crosswalk provides numerous reference materials.
Commentaries at Search
Coffman; Johnson; McGarvey; Robertson, et al.
Enjoy the features of the ESV
audio &reading plans. Login to set up account to use charts, maps, diagrams,
etc. ESV Study Bible
American Standard Bible. Provided by Gospelcom. Other versions and languages
Great study and translator notes available online. The NET Bible.
The Bible Tool.
Bibles in many languages. Click on Biblical Texts. Commentaries and other tools.
Cross Wire Bible Society.
Lamsa Bible Online.
This is Dr. George Lamsa's [Aramaic] Peshitta New Testament Bible.
Translations of the Bible. Links to various translations.
Online Greek Bible.
J. B. Phillips
Translation of the New Testament. Good maps by Gordon Smith.
The Unbound Bible. A collection
of searchable Bibles and Bible tools.
Chain Reference Bible. A nice list of the TOPICS covered in Thompson. Begin
with online bible library at bottom of page. Provided by Word Search.
This suberb resource includes Audio for the New Testament. NET
Use the NET Bible
in a word, or book, chapter, and verse.
His Own. Perspective on the World of Jesus.
of Biblical Context. An affiliate of Preserving
Bible Times, where context always matters. Doug Greenwold.
The Flavius Josephus Home Page.
Links to various studies.
& Mount Ararat. New links added.
Dedicated to Sumerian history, art, and culture.
Information, News, Photos & Videos About Ancient Mesopotamis.
Dictionary. Hypertext and multimedia dictionary project. Dr. Tim Bulkeley.
Vast amount of resources for books of Bible.
Window into the Bible.
Nice site maintained by Bibleworld Museum & Discovery Centre, Rotorua, New
Biblical Criticism: Manuscripts & Translations Daniel
B. Wallace. Blog. by Daniel B. Wallace, PhD.
Guest Article on Bible Translations
of the English Bible. A four-part series by Daniel B. Wallace, PhD.
Jesus Been Misquoted? White Horse Inn Blog interview with Daniel B. Wallace.
Textual Criticism. Blog devoted to discussion of textual criticism.
Digital Manuscripts and Editions. Great links to Old Testament manuscripts.
Center for the Study
of New Testament Manuscripts. Great
photos of minuscule manuscripts and lectionaries.
video and audio by Daniel B. Wallace, PhD, on Itune. Link works slow, but
Canon Fodder. Website
of Michael J. Kruger, Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary,
The Digital Dead
Sea Scrolls. Project of Israel Museum.
The Leon Levy Dead
Sea Scrolls Digital Library. Project of Israel Antiquities Authority.
of Wallace-Ehrman Debate at SMU, 2011.
Text Critical Series
by Daniel B. Wallace. How the Bible came to us. Includes audio/video files. An
of NT Textual Textual Criticism. Compiled by Bob Waltz.
Codex Sinaiticus Website.
Study the manuscript online.
Long Were Manuscripts Used? Larry Hurtado. Check his blog for other materials
on Textual Criticism, including Selected Published Essays. See here,
Dr. Peter Williams, Tyndale
House. Video. New Evidences the Gospels were based on eyewitness accounts.
Librarian at St. Catherine's Monastery. Video lecture about the manuscripts.
Workspace. Great site listing Papyri, Majuscules, Minuscules, Lectionaries,
and Coptic Manuscripts.
Rylands Fragment of the Gospel of John. The oldest known manuscript of John,
and possibly of the New Testament. Photos.
Bible Research. Internet
Resources for Students of Scripture by Michael Marlowe. Text, versions, canon.
Development of the Canon of the
the English Bible: KJV to RV (from Elegance to Accuracy) by Daniel B. Wallace.
Ink and Blood. This
exhibit of Bibles and manuscripts has a nice web page. Check for exhibit dates.
The Scriptorium. Manuscripts;
Fonts; Maps of Palestine. You may need to click on "View Site without Shockwave
Ancient Manuscripts Web. Look at bottom of page for link to Bodmer photos
of P66 and P75.
Egerton Papyrus 2.
Includes scriptures similar to John.
Isaiah Scroll. Dead Sea Scroll. Entire scroll now online. Takes a while to
Online. Information and photos of several Bible MSS. Certificate
of Pagan Sacrifice. AD 250.
on the Square. Collierville, TN.
Schøyen Collection. General information about manuscripts with photographs.
West Semitic Research Project. Information about Bible and related manuscripts.
Avraham Borshevsky. Calligrapher
and Illuminator. Manuscript replicas. Articles on parchment, et.al.
Blogs and News Pertaining to Biblical Studies.
How do they get any work done? Maybe this is it! Thanks. ASOR
Blog. Latests archaeological discussion by ASOR scholars.
House Church Connection. Frequent excerpts from new Baker books.
Bible Lands Newsletter. John A. Beck is a permanent adjunct faculty member
at Jerusalem University College.
Bible and Interpretation.
News, archaeology, etc. relevant to study of the Bible.
Todd Bolen gives the late news and analysis of happenings in Israel (related to
Bible Places). BiblePlaces Blog.
Bible Software and Interpretation.
Blog by Glenn Weaver, formerly with BibleWorks. How the use of Bible software
on the Bible and Culture. Asbury Theological Seminary. Mostly New Testament
and cultural comments. The old site is here.
Rob Bradshaw continues to make more and more good materials available online.
Direct link to materials index is here.
Biblical Studies and
Technological Tools. From scroll to screen... codex to computer. Informative
Bible Land Explorer. Mark
Ziese, Professor of Old Testament at Johnson University Florida, explores the
Informative blog by Charles Savelle. Bible X (Bible Exposition).
The Book and
the Spade. Blog pointing to the radio program on Bible and archaeology. Gordon
A resource blog on things pertaining to Corinth by David Pettegrew, Messiah College
near Harrisburg, PA.
Daniel B. Wallace. Blog,
likely dealing with NT manuscripts and other issues of Biblical Criticism.
David E. Graves deals with archaeological aretfacts [artifacts] illustrating historical
accuracy of Bible.
Following Hadrian. Carole
lives in Germany and travels to various Hadrian sites.
Photography. Photos tracing Hadrian's travels and influence across the Roman
Gates of Nineveh.
Blog by Christopher Jones deals with Meospotamia.
Gath. The Tell es-Safi/Gath
Weblog. Aren Maeir.
The Good Book Blog.
A blog by Faculty of Talbot School of Theology.
Carl Rasmussen. Discussing sites, peoples, and events related to
the Bible, Ancient Near East, and classical studies. HolyLandPhotos'
Hurtado's Blog. Hurtado is a NT and Christian Origins scholar at Edinburgh
Ossuary Trial Jerusalem. Matthew Kalman.
Bible Software Blog. Updates from Logos staff.
Morris Proctor's Tips & Tricks
for Logos Bible Software. Proctor is authorized trainer for Logos.
Life and Land. Research
articles by Gordon Franz.
Exploring Bible Lands.
Barry Britnell writes about the Bible Lands.
Blog. Bible, Archaeology, Culture, Travel.
Leon's Message Board. Leon
Mauldin on Bible history and geography,including photos.
Lessons From The
Land. Dr. Willis Britt, former Academic Dean of Jerusalem Center for Biblical
Steve Wolfgang's view of the world from surburban Chicago - or whereever he may
be on any given day.
Traveling Ancient Roads with Ferrell Jenkins. Includes
photos and information about the Bible world. Ferrell's
Dr. Claude Mariottini.
Professor of Old Testament at Northern Baptist Seminary. Old Testament topics.
The Biblical World.
Blog by John Byron, Ashland Theological Seminary.
Molding Citizens for the Kingdom
of God. Blog and other materials by Dr. Richard Oster.
NT Gateway Weblog.
New Testament studies and related material by Mark Goodacre. No longer updated,
but some good links.
NT Resources Blog.
Mostly New Testament-related discussion by the late Rod Decker.
weblog on Ancient Judaism and its context by Jim Davila, St. Andrews University,
by Ian Paul.
Religions of the
Ancient Mediterranean blog. Phil Harland.
View From Jerusalem. Tom lived in Jerusalem for several years. He has some
good research material on the web site.
Shmuel Browns: Israel
Tour Guide. Shmuel provides some great photos of Israel from places off the
Letter Carriers and the
Pauline Tradition. Peter M. Head.
Our Rabbi Jesus. His Jewish
life and teaching by Lois Tverberg
Meadows. Updates on things pertaining to ancient Greece and Rome.
The Book and
the Spade. Latest discoveries and developments in Biblical Archaeology by
and Pen. A theology blog.
Paul and Co-workers.
Blog by Richard Fellows.
Polumeros kai Polutropos.
A resource blog on the Book of Hebrews by Brian Small.
Some thoughts on the Book of Acts and Pauline Theology by Phillip J. Long.
Georg S. Adamsen's blog of resources for the study of the Book of Revelation.
Chrisistopher Rollston emphasizes matters pertaining to epigraphy.
Tyndale Tech. Electronic
resources for biblical studies. David Instone-Brewer of Tyndale House, Cambridge.
The Intelligent Design Weblog of Bill Demski & Friends.
Walking the Text. Materials
by Brad Gray.
Connecting the Bible and its Lands to Life. Wayne Stiles Blog.
Wild Olive Shoot.
Seth M. Rodriquez.
Seeking a Homeland.
bij de Bijbel. J. P. Van de Giessen.
Search Engine. Search many Biblioblogs at one time.
Blog Search. Search all kinds of blogs.
Books: New and Used. Also Ebooks available online. Bibliofind.
Search for used religious books from various sellers. Now associated with Amazon.
Full text books from academic presses. Some archaeology and religion available
Galaxy Software. Theological
Journals and Electronic Publishing. Subscribe to numerous journals.
Online Books. Edersheim, Geike, Ramsay, et al.
Church History. See also Restoration Movement
Adherents. Statistics for over
4200 religious groups. Also
Fathers. Ante-Nicene and Post-Nicene. Ability to search for info before AD
101. Material about early church history by century..
Writings. Just what the title implies. Through 3rd century A.D.
the Founding of the American Republic. Library of Congress exhibit.
Schaff's History of the Christian Church. Eight volumes. Creeds
Documenting Your Online Research A
Research Guide for Students. Various research styles covered.
Guide to Online Style. Link to book advertisement. Guide for Electronic
Guide for Internet Sources.
Cite. Citing a basic book in MLA format. Provided by the Hekman Library,
New Testament Greek.
New Testament Greek. Three
online courses by Jeff Smelser.
Greek. A course by Dr. Jim West.
Daily Dose of Greek.
Video tips by Dr. Rob Plummer.
the Greek New Testament. Notes on the New Testament by Peter Misselbrook.
Textkit. Greek and Latin
learning tools. Some NT grammars can be downloaded.
Audio of the
Greek New Testament. Reading of Westcott Hort Greek Testament by Marilyn
Phemister, or at Internet
Perseus Digital Library.
A growing digital library for study of ancient world.
SBL Greek New Testament. Available
for free download for use in Logos.
28th Edition. Available online.
Greek Font. A nice Greek font by the late Rod Decker to use in PowerPoint
or handouts. Good Greek materials here.
Edited 1876 edition. Sketches of Jewish Social Life.
A weblog on Ancient Judaism and its context.
Locations. Database of Archaeological Sites. Links to Wikimedia, Google
Map, Bind, and Open Street Map.
for Ancient Warfare. Includes Battle of Issus. Site of the US Military Academy
Ancient History Encyclopedia.
Includes maps of the ancient world that may be useful in Bible teaching.
Theatre Archive. A virtual reality tour of Greek and Roman Theatre (Theater)
Biblical Backgrounds. Resources
for studying and teaching about the Bible Lands.
Bible Maps by Manna.
Bible Maps Plus includes maps, photos, timelines, PowerPoint maps, etc.
Bible Atlas. Wonderful source
with maps individualized for specific Bible places.
Bible Mapper. You may
be able to purchase Bible Mapper 5. Use it to make your own maps.
Bible Mapper Blog.
New in November, 2019. Seems to be providing some good maps, helpful for various
Bible Mapper WebViewer.
A quick reference, web-based tool for finding Bible places.
Bible Mapper wiki.
Mark Hoffman provides support, tutorials & map sharing. The BibleMapper
Tutorials are now at YouTube here.
There are good links about BibleMapper here.
Bible History Online.
Some excellent Bible maps.
Open Bible. Bible Geocoding.
Every identifiable place in the Bible.
Collection at U. of Texas. Includes Middle East.
Maps of Israel. Trememdous
site showing Survey of Israel & Survey of Western Palestine. Amud anan
= "pillar of cloud."
Palestine Open Maps.
Maps from the period of the British Mandate (1918-1948). Helpful for exacting
ORBIS. The Stanform
Geospatial Network Model of the Roman World. Fascinating map of Roman world.
Calculate distance, time, and cost of travel. Works best in Chrome or Safari.
Excellent resource, including a great digital map of the Roman Empire.
Viz Bible. See maps of Paul's
journeys and other projects, many from Acts.
Museums and Traveling Exhibits Archaeological
Museum of Thessaloniki. Macedonian and Roman artifacts.
Bible Lands Museum Jerusalem.
Take the virtual tour.
Center. LaGrange, GA. Dr. James Fleming. Excellent resource for families
and church groups to visit.
on the Square. Collierville, TN.
The British Museum.
New updated page with some biblical material. Use COMPASS to search for photos.
Check Egypt and Assyria.
Related Artifacts in the British Museum. This is a catalog of material I
have prepared over the years.
Related Artifacts in the Musee du Louvre. Guide by Ferrell Jenkins in PDF.
Related Artifacts in the Museums of Berlin. Guide by Ferrell Jenkins in
Bible in the British Museum. Summary with links to all articles by Jon Gleason.
Archaeology - Online Museum. Michael J. Caba. Fifty archaeological artifacts
related to Bible characters.
Chester Beatty Library. Dublin,
Ireland. Location of Beatty Biblical Papyri of Bible, including 2nd century
NT. Click on Chester
Beatty Digital Collections for photos of the Pauline epistles.
David A. Dorsey Museum of Biblical
Archaeology. Myerstown, PA.
Eretz Israel Museum,
Tel Aviv. Tell Qasile in the center of the area on Tel Aviv University campus.
Philistine port city of 12th century B.C.
Center, LaGrange, Georga. Excellent resources for families and church groups
Freer Art Gallery. Washington,
D.C. The Washington Manuscript of the New Testament is here.
Museum of Archaeology. School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology. University
of Liverpool. Open only on certain days.
University, Searcy AR. Linda Byrd Smith Museum of Biblical Archaeology.
Dr. Dale Manor is the museum coordinator.
Hecht Museum. Haifa,
Israel. This is an outstanding museum, located on the campus of Haifa University
on the top of Mount Carmel.
Siegfried H. Horn
Museum and the Institute of Archaeology at Andrews University.
Institute for the Study of the
Ancient World. ISAW, New York University. Excellent links to maps, coins,
Museum. Link to the Archaeology Wing. Click here
for a list of the exhibits under Chronicles of the Land.
Museum Google Walk Through.
Archaeological Museum. Assyrian, Babylonian, Greek, Roman. Siloam tunnel
inscription; Gezer calendar & boundary stone; Herodian temple warning, et
Sancta Museum. Located at the Monastery of the Flagellation, 1, Via Dolorosa
Museums throughout the country.
James L. Kelso Bible Lands
Museum. Located at Pittsburg [Pennsylvania]Theological Seminary.
The Louvre. Check
Egyptian, Oriental, Greek and Roman collections. Select language in upper right
the Louvre with the Bible.
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Museum of the Bible.
Inviting all people to engage with the Bible.
Museum of Philistine Culture.
Located at Ashdod, Israel.
Museums with Artifacts Related to the Biblical World. Todd Bolen, Bible
Institute of the University of Chicago. Great collection of materials on
this venerable museum.
Royal Ontario Museum. A
great collection of interest to Bible students. Search for Egypt, Rome, Near
Museum at Harvard University. Ancient Cyprus, Nuzi and the Hurrians, Ashkelon,
Houses of Ancient Israel.
University of Pennsylvania
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Egyptian, Near Eastern, Roman, etc.
State Museums of
Berlin. Includes links to all museums. Check Pergamon Museum (Mesopotamia
& Classical) and Neues
Museum (Egyptian material).
Museum of Ancient
Near East, Berlin. Voderasiatisches Museum. Pergamon Museum includes Assyrian
& Babylonian. Virtual tour of the museum here.
27 Blog. Comments on Acts 27.
the Hebrews: Internet Resources.
Epistles of Peter and Jude: Internet Resources.
Gospel of John: Internet Resources.
This material has been gathered for a study of the Gospel of John.
Jewish Roman World of Jesus. Info by Dr. James D. Tabor. Often a liberal
Felix Just. Catholic
Resources. Biblical resources. Johannine literature, Revelation & Apocalyptic,
Biblical & religious art. Extensive links.
K. C. Hanson's Home Page.
Features N. T. Palestine. Photos. Links.
Resources for New Testament
Study. Page by the late Rodney Decker, Baptist scholar.
for the study of the Book of Revelation.
An online magazine about current archaeology and classical research into the
lives of inhabitants of the Roman Empire and Byzantium and the civilizations
the Pauline Epistles. Numerous links.
Paul Project. Third Millennium
ministries. Reformed theology. Church History available for download.
Seven Churches Network.
Mark Wilson - Connecting you to Biblical Turkey.
Molding Citizens for the
Kingdom of God. Prof. Richard Oster on the book of Revelation, Graeco-Roman
Antiquities, et. al.
He Cometh: An Exposition of Revelation. Amillennial.
- Postmodern Bible Commentary. Literary and linguistic comment, background
history & archaeology. Includes Robert Dick Wilson's book on Daniel, and some
A course in biblical Hebrew.
Ancient Days. Articles
by the late Dr. David Livingston. Evolution/Creation, Exodus, Conquest, Flood,
Gen. 1-11. Audio.
Fathers Collection. Ante-Nicene and Post-Nicene. Ability to search for info
before AD 200.
Allusions to the New Testament in the Ante-Nicene Fathers. Helpful source. Search
by NT reference.
Fathers of the Church.
Great Catholic site. Apocrypha, patristics, etc.
to Early Church Documents. Provided by ICLnet.
Periodicals: Scholarly Journals
On-line partial edition of Biblica. Biblica with general index: 1990-2004. Complete
articles for recent years.
Seminary Journal. Several years of back issues in PDF. Dispensaational.
Christianity Today; Leadership; resources, etc.
Journal. An online review of current biblical and theological studies.
Detroit Baptist SeiminaryJournal.
Archive of the journal.
The Doorway Papers of
JETS may be searched by ETS members. Journal of
the Evangelical Theological Society.
Baptist journal. Abstracts of some recent volumes online. Review and Expositor.
BibSac, Grace, JETS, Trinity, Westminster, et al. archives
available by subscription. The Theological Journal
at Tyndale House, Cambridge. Full text of many past issues. Browse by dates;
search by author. Tyndale Journal
This site by Todd Bolen has great photos of Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Greece.
New volume on Persia. Links. Get his Newsletter. BiblePlaces.com.
Visit BiblePlaces in Spanish LugaresBiblicos.com
or French Biblelieux.com.
Site by Rotem covers Galilee and Israel. Some good info and photos.
Bible Land Photographs.
Growing collection of photos by David Padfield.
Life in the HolyLand.
Todd Bolen's new site illustrates peoples and places of the past.
APAAME. Aerial Photographic
Archive for Archaeology in the Middle East. Massive archive of aerial photographs.
ACOR - American Center
of Oriental Research Photo Archive. Some nice images from several countries.
Some beautiful photos on this commercial site.
Colony and Matson Photo Service. Search for more than 13,000 digitized old
photos of Palestine at the Library of Congress..
Beautiful art by professional artist Balage Balogh. This art is used in numerous
The Bible Illustration
Blog. Featuring the work of Graham D. Kennedy. Art for sale and links to
to Illustrate Lessons. Review of The Pictorial Library of Bible Lands.
This site keeps getting better. Now about 5300 photos of over 500 sites by Professor
Carl Rasmussen. Holy
Land Photo Archives.
Next Sunday Gallery.
Recent photos by Jim Pitts. Courtesy of Smyth and Helwyns Publishing, Inc.
Biblical Israel Ministries
and Tours. Various materials related to Bible Land travel by John DeLancey.
Some video clips..
Photo Archive by René
Seindal. Best collection of Roman statuary of which I am aware. Features
museums in Italy and Denmark. Some Sicily and Egyptian Museum. Sells prints.
Use Photoshop Express Editor to enhance photos online. Photoshop Online
Ritmeyer Archaeological Design.
Check the Online Store and the Image Library.
See the Holy Land.
Your guide to visiting the Holy Land, including some nice photos. Pat McCarthy,
director, Auckland, New Zealand.
Source Flix. Videos, DVDs,
photos by Joel Kramer. He has lived in Israel and is now in Jordan.
Through the Land
of Israel III. Photos from all over Israel by Laju Paul.
and the Seven Churches. Also Ararat (Urartu). Photos by Rex Geissler of
Kyle Pope, Ancient Road Publications, has good photos of Turkey, including Ararat
and Cilician Gates.
A catalog of NASA images and animations of earth. Great for building your own
Zev Radovan's Land of
the Bible Photo Archive. Jerusalem photographer, and friend, has great photos
Theological Seminary. ePlace is a digital collection of research and writing.
Includes TREN conference papers.
Ancient History Encyclopedia.
Timeline, maps, books, videos, about the Ancient History.
Biblical Studies Resource
Page. By Torrey Seland, Volda University College, Norway.
Bible History Online.
A great web site for Bible students and teachers. Good maps.
Hermeneutics Web Page. Wide variety of studies and links by Andrew S. Kulikovsky.
Resources for those studying the Scritpures. Rob Bradshaw, UK.
Biblical Studies Foundation.
A rich source of information. Dispensational.
Bible.org. Net Bible, Lightstock
faith-focused images, Lumina Bible study suite, blog, and much more.
Biblical Studies on the WEB.
Exegetical journal: Biblical Theology. Library links.
eSources. Nice site by Ted Hildebrandt, Gordon College.
The New Testament Gateway.
Mark Goodacre. Comprehensive directory of New Testament resources.
Open Access to all the public domain Loeb Classical Library volumes.
New Testament Resources.
By the late Rodney Decker, Baptist scholar.
The Old Testament and the
Ancient Near East. Good collection of material by Ralph W. Klein.
Illustrations for Sermons.
Latter Day Saints. Mormons.
Site includes various Mormon resources.
Master's Seminary Web Resources.
Click on Resources for The Master's Seminary Journal.
Tyndale House. Cambridge.
Then and Now - The Church of Christ
in Atlanta . Historical article by the late Mrs. Hugh (Doris) Davis.
Search TV Music.
This link is for Bethany College in WVA. Look under Historic Bethany for info
on the Campbells.
Disciples of Christ Historical Society. It takes a little searching to locate
all info about Restoration sites.
Publication of Foy E. Wallace, Jr. and Cled Wallace in the 1940s.
Most comprehensive site. Many books online. Constantly
For A Cappella Music.
To encourage a cappella singing in worship as it was in the New Testament
Early volumes beginning in 1949. Fanning Yater Tant,
editor. Index. The
Talk . Publication
edited by Robert F. Turner, 1964-1984. Index.
College of the Bible. Numerous Restoration books available in PDF.
Richard T. Hughes.
Bibliography on Church History and Restoration Movement.
Spending Time with Jim
Scott Harp. Includes location of burial sites and
grave markers for many preachers of the RM. Restoration
Digital library for the churches of Christ. Numerous books available in PDF
for Restoration Studies. ACU.
Serials Index. Improved search format of periodicals & lectures.
the Scriptures. Donnie V. Rader provides archive of all issues from 1960
to 1992 in PDF.
Journal. A subscription publication with some articles online.
Movement Research Guide. Jessie C. Eury Library, Lincoln Christian University.
Several links broken when I checked.
Movement hymnals. Hymnary.org
Materials by Ketcherside, Garrett, and others.
Resources. Sponsored by ACU Library.
Tom Childers. Preserving Restoration Movement History. Some materials in
various formats. FHU lectureship. Debates.
in Diversity. The Mission and Message of W. Carl Ketcherside. Includes other
Restoration material, including eBooks.
The Works of Leroy Garrett.
Includes list of eBooks.
New page with material by Ferrell Jenkins.
The 1913 Church Fathers, etc.. Catholic
Project Gutenberg. Free
Spindle Works. Extensive
library of articles and some books. Reformed theology.
Tyndale House. Cambridge.
Numerous scholarly resources including Tyndale
Bulletin listed by volume and date.
Materials. Wesley Center for Applied Theology. Holiness literature.
Council on Biblical Manhood &
Womanhood. Several good books available for download.
A. Carson Books. Available in PDF.
Faithsite by Dr.
John Mark Hicks. Professor at DLU and HGSR. Good material on suffering.
Some Restoration material.
Notes of Dr. Thomas Constable, Dallas Theological Seminary.
Music. John L. Giradeau's 1888 Instrumental Music in the Worship of the
The Paul Page. Study
materials pertaining to Paul. Part of the NT Gateway family of websites.
Princeton Theological Seminary.
Theological Commons digital library of over 76,700 books and journals
of theology and religion.
Reformed Witness. Reformed
Presbyterian. Calvinistic. No Instrumental Music. Not Premillennial, etc.
articles by Jerome H. Neyrey, a Catholic scholar.
Studies. A resource for studying Christian theology. Robert Bradshaw, UK.
The Works of John
Frame and Vern Poythress. Presbyterian
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