shofar institute resources
The following websites contain resources related to apologetics, Bible study, devotion and theology. By listing these websites Shofar Institute does not claim to endorse every claim made by their authors. Generally speaking, they do however contain content that we have found useful in our pursuit of faith. Eat the meat, spit out the bones.
Blogs and resources
- Shofar Christian Church‘s official blog.
- WalklikeJesus.net is a devotional blog by Ross van Niekerk aimed at assisting Christians to put their faith into practice as they evaluate their lives, attitudes and beliefs against biblical truth.
- The Gospel Coalition is a resource blog started by Don Carson and Tim Keller which aims to encourage and educate next-generation leaders by advocating Gospel-centred principles and practices.
- The Bible and Mission blog, written by Dr Rollin Grams, explores the interface between Scripture and the Church’s mission.
- The Desiring God blog was founded by John Piper and contains rich devotional content put together by a diverse group of contributors.
- The Timothy Keller blog is the official blog of this dynamic, New York based, pastor, author and leader in Christian thought. Timothy Keller is currently the senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church.
- Think Theology is a resource blog where various contributors wrestle with theological questions and engage with other thinkers. Topics covered include hermeneutics, apologetics and church history.
- Be Thinking is a resource blog which primarily focuses on basic apologetic questions related to the Christian faith.
- The Centre for Public Christianity is a not-for-profit media company that offers a Christian perspective on contemporary life. They seek to promote the public understanding of the Christian faith by engaging mainstream media and the general public with high quality and well-researched print, video and audio material about the relevance of Christianity in the 21st century.
- Apologetics 315 provides educational resources for the defence of the Christian faith, with the goal of strengthening the faith of believers and engaging the questions and challenges of other worldviews.
- The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Journal aims to provide resources which contain an adequate and reasonable defence of the Christian faith. It contains a continually expanding virtual library of articles and essays compiled by noted apologists, biblical scholars, philosophers, scientists, historians, students and laymen.
- BreakPoint is a resource website focused on equipping and training modern Christians to engage in culture-shaping work by bringing the Christian worldview to bear in all areas of life.
- Relevant Magazine focuses on reaching Christian twenty- and thirtysomethings. Covering faith, culture and intentional living, RELEVANT aims to tell stories that are at the intersection of where a Christ-centred life is really lived. Their purpose is not to “be relevant” but to show that God is relevant to every aspect of our lives.
- Biblical Studies is an Internet resource for studying the Bible. It contains free courses on a range of theological topics presented by leading theologians.
- Resource pages for biblical studies, focusing on the early Christian writings and their social world.
- The Cooley Centre, a resource centre for the study of early Christianity at Gordon Conwell Seminary.
- The New Testament Gateway contains annotated links on everything connected with the academic study of the New Testament and Christian origins.
- The Paul Page, a web-based resource dedicated to exploring recent trends in Pauline studies.
- The Tyndale House website offers a wide range of resources for biblical and theological studies.
- The Text This Week provides a virtual study desk for students, teachers, and preachers.
- SonicLight.com is a site that hosts Bible study notes from a seminary professor named Dr Thomas Constable and a Bible teacher named James van Dine. There are also audio recordings of Bible study lessons.
- Crosswalk.com is a site that has public domain Bible translations, commentaries, dictionaries, etc., that are free to access and use.
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