Other links

Subject Focus
http://www.biblebb.com/ John MacArthur’s sermons, articles, Bible study guides and answers to some FAQs in this website.
http://www.spurgeon.org/ Archives of Spurgeon’s sermons and works with indexes according to titles or scripture passages. Check links on “The Hall of Church History” to the “The Recent Stalwarts”.
http://www.jonathanedwards.com/ Sermons and works of Jonathan Edwards, a man whom GOD used greatly.
http://www.pbc.org Penisula Bible Church has a rich library of sermons and resources by the late Ray C. Stedman (founder) and other Pastors of the Church. A gateway for research.
http://www.bible.org/ For advanced level studies on various issues of Christian Faith, useful articles in the “Prof’s Soapbox”, “Advanced Studies”, “Jesus Group Studies” and “Devotional Archives” – just to name a few.
http://www.ccel.org/wwsb/ This “World Wide Study Bible” provides you with Chapter by Chapter help in the study of the 66 Books of the Bible. Commentaries, different versions, sermons, meditations, treaties, hymns on the Chapters are readily available.
http://bible.crosswalk.com/ For indepth study of the Bible with access to commentaries, concordances, Bible dictionaries, encyclopaedias, lexicons, study Bible and topical references. Bible versions include NKJV, KJV, NIV with complete Matthew Henry commentary, Scofield Reference Notes, Strong Concordance and Nave’s Topical Index.
http://www.banneroftruth.org/pages/home.php Articles:
a) Five Reasons Not to Go See The Passion of The Christ – by Andrew J.
On February 25, 2004 Icon films, Mel Gibson’s much anticipated film “The Passion of Christ”, was deliberately chosen to release and coincide with the Roman Catholic holy day of Ash Wednesday, …But should Evangelicals be supporting and endorsing its use as an Evangelism tool? Is this really the best evangelization opportunity we’ve had since the actual death of Jesus? After careful consideration my conclusion is an unequivocal “No.” Here then are five reasons why I believe Evangelicals should not see or recommend the “Passion of Christ”.

b) The Alpha Course by Brian Robinson, Pastor of Faith Baptist Church, Scarborough, Ontario.
‘But what,’ I wondered, ‘is this Alpha course?’ …. race down to the local Christian bookstore to see if any copies of the Alpha course were available. , but I truly fear that the Alpha course is a dagger pointed at the heart of the Christian faith, and has many more flaws than an unabashed promotion of ‘charismatic’ theology.