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New Testament Studies

.Old Testament Studies

Dr. Utley has provided his Bible study material in several media formats.

Most of the videos were done when Dr. Utley has been pastor or interim pastor.

The audio lessons are longer and more detailed. Most of them were done at Trinity Baptist Church in Lubbock, Texas between 1976-1985.

The written commentaries were mostly done while Dr. Utley was Professor of Hermeneutics at East Texas Baptist University between 1987-2003. He finished the whole Bible in 2019. They represent his latest theological thoughts.

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Biblical interpretation Seminar

Biblical interpretation is a rational and spiritual process that attempts to understand an ancient inspired writer in such a way that the message from God may be understood and applied in our day.

We must be consistent and fair to the text and not be influenced by our personal or denominational biases. We are all historically conditioned. None of us are objective, neutral interpreters. This seminar offers a careful rational process containing four interpretive principles structured to help us overcome our biases.

First Principle

The first principle is to note the historical setting in which a biblical book was written and the particular historical occasion for its authorship (or when it was edited). The original author had a purpose and a message to communicate. The text cannot mean something to us that it never meant to the original, ancient, inspired author. His intent—not our historical, emotional, cultural, personal or denominational need—is the key.

Second Principle

The second principle is to identify the literary units. Every biblical book is a unified document. Interpreters have no right to isolate one aspect of truth by excluding others. Therefore, we must strive to understand the purpose of the whole biblical book before we interpret the individual literary units. The individual parts—chapters, paragraphs, or verses—cannot mean what the whole unit does not mean.

Third Principle

The third principle is to read the Bible in different translations in order to grasp the widest possible range of meaning (semantic field) that biblical words or phrases may have. Often a phrase or word can be understood in several ways.

Fourth Principle

The fourth principle is to note the literary genre. Original inspired authors chose to record their messages in different forms (e.g., historical narrative, historical drama, poetry, prophecy, gospel [parable], letter, apocalyptic). These different forms have special keys to interpretation (see Gordon Fee and Doug Stuart, How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth, D. Brent Sandy and Ronald L. Giese, Jr., Cracking Old Testament Codes, or Robert Stein, Playing by the Rules).

Biblical interpretation Seminar
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Discipleship Materials


Selected Topics From Dr. Bob Utley's Ministry (Retired professor of hermeneutics)

  1. Seminars

    1. Bible Interpretation based on the original author's intent.  (Video, audio, printed)

    2. Christology (John 1, Colossians 1, Hebrews 1, Revelation 1)  (Video)

    3. Introduction to Revelation and Recapitulation Theory of the Book of Revelation
      (Written introduction and four audio lessons)


  2. Sermons on the Trustworthiness of Biblical Revelation (Five videos)

  3. Over 500 Lessons by Theological Topics and Texts (Audio)
    For a printed outline of the topics see Special Topics (Second Red Box on Home Page)

  4. Social Issues (Videos)

  5. Sermon Preparation (Videos)

II.      Seminar on the Ministry of Evangelism by Cecil Peasley (Evangelist from South Africa, Audio and Printed)

III.    Printed Seminars by Dr. David King (Retired Missionary-Teacher for 30 years to Lebanon)

God's Lightning:
A Seminar on Prayer
The Sermon on the Mount:
Power Over Pride
The Ascending LifeGod Speaks

IV.    Audio Sermons by Dr. Ryan Berryhill (Pastor First Baptist Church, Marshall, Texas)

V.      Video Sermons by Dr. John Ed Mathison (Retired pastor of largest Methodist Church in USA)

VI.     Mahamba Wa-ibera Evariste (A pastor from Beni, Democratic Republic of Congo)
 (His first book on discipleship.)

God's Plans and Purposes For Your Life

VII.    Derik Armstrong (Pastor, Word of Grace Church, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, a non-denominational church)


VIII.   "Confidence in Our Creator" (Dr. Scott Chambers, Laboratory Fellow and Technical Group Leader,
  Physical and Computational Sciences Directorate, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)


IX.    Video Sermons by David Henneke (Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church, Kingsland, Texas)


X.     Video Sermons by Paul Carpenter (Senior Minister of First Christian Church, Lubbock, Texas)


XI.    Video and Audio Sermons by D.J. Bulls (Preaching Minister of the Gilmer Church of Christ, Gilmer, Texas)


XII.   The Spiritual Significance and Symbolism of Lent by Andy Shaver
   (Adult Bible Teacher at First Christian Church, Lubbock, Texas. You can reach Andy at


Copyright © 2018 Bible Lessons International P.O. Box 1289, Marshall, TX 75671

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Difficult and Controversial Texts 

    1. The Person
    2. The Work

    1. Holy Spirit
    2. Spiritual Gifts

    1. The Bible
    2. Revelation

    1. Satan
    2. Demons

    1. The Fall
    2. Sin

  7. MAN








    1. Purpose
    2. Functioning
    3. Ordinances
    4. Admonition
    5. Denominational Perspective

    1. Christian Living
    2. Discipleship
    3. Prayer
    4. Assurance
    5. The Christian Home
    6. Stewardship
    7. Temptation and Suffering
    8. Social Concerns





101 - The Trinity109 - Unto Him Who is Able
       (Jude 24-25)117 - The Family - God's Great Analogy

102 - The Lord (YHWH Said to my Lord (Adonai)
        (Ps. 110)110 - God's Invitation is Still Open
       (Hebrews 4)118 - Goodness of God in a World of Evil and Suffering

103 - First Hand Knowledge of God111 - The Femininity of God119 - The Trinity - OT and NT

104 - A Picture of Daddy
        (Ps. 91)112 - The Goodness of God?120 - I Heard...I Have Come Down
       (Ex. 3:1-15)

105 - Can We Know God?
       (Heb. 1:1-3)113 - God's Yes, Amidst Man's No
       (Ex 36:22-32)121 - The Wrath of God
       (Rom. 1:18-2:11)

106 - God's Relationship to Man
       (Gen. 3:15)114 - Beloved...loved...loving
       (1 Jn. 4:7-21)122 - God As Creator
       (Gen. 1:1; Ps. 19:1-6; Rom. 1:18-23)

107 - Covenant Name for God
       (Ex. 3-4)115 - What is God Really Like?
       (Hosea 11:1-11) 

108 - Genesis One - Not How But Who, Moving Rapidly Toward Why
       (Genesis 1)116 - How Can You Know God Better? 


    1. The Person223 - Jesus' Fear
       (Mk. 14:32-36; 15:33-34)

200 - The Christmas Story According to John
       (Jn. 1:1-18)224 - "You Shall Know the Truth..."
       (Jn. 8:32)

201 - Who Do You Say I Am?
       (Matt. 16:13-20)  

202 - Person of Christ
       (Col. 1:9-20)    2. The Work 

203 - Jesus, Before Time, In Time, Beyond Time
       (Phil. 2:6-14)250 - So You Are the Messiah!
       (Matt. 4:1-11) 

204 - Jesus' Genealogy
       (Matt. 1:1-25)251 - Temptation
       (Lk. 4:1-13) 

205 - What's So Hot About Jesus?
       (Col. 1:13-23)252 - The Mind of Christ - Humility
       (Phil. 2:1-11) 

206 - One Way!
       (Jn. 14:1-9)253 - The Peasant King
       (Is. 53:1-10) 

207 - How Has God Spoken?
       (Heb. 1:1-3)254 - Jesus: Yes! But Also...
       (Col. 2:8-23) 

208 - The Shocking Christmas Story
       (Matt. 1-2; Lk. 1-2)255 - I Am The Way!
       (Jn. 14:1-6) 

209 - Transfiguration
       (Mk. 9)  

210 - Christ Fulfills Mankind's Destiny
       (Heb. 2)257 - Our Sufficiency
       (II Cor. 2:4-3:6) 

211 - The Jewish Messiah
       (Lk. 2:21-38)258 - Foot Washing
       (Jn. 13:1-20) 

212 - Jesus of Nazareth - Deity in Human Form
       (Jn. 1:1-18)259 Appearance of Jesus
       (Lk. 24:13-36) 

213 - I Am the Bread of Life
       (Jn. 6)260 - He Promised
       (Heb. 10:19-25) 

214 - Those Who Knew Him
       (Jn. 11)261 - What Price for a Second Chance?
       (Heb. 2:5-10, 14-18) 

215 - Jesus, the Childhood Years
       (Lk. 2:21-52)262 - Jesus' Crucifixion
       (Matt. 27:32-66) 

216 - The Two on the Road to Emmaus
       (Lk. 24:13-49)263 - The Resurrection
       (I Cor. 15) 

217 - The Deity of Christ
       (Jn. 14:5-11; Heb. 1:1-3; 1 Jn. 1:1-4)264 - Jesus' Trial
       (Mt. 27:1-31) 

218 - Christ and the Heavenly Sanctuary
       (Heb. 9)265 - Jesus' Temptation
       (Mt. 4:1-17) 

219 - Who is Jesus Christ?
       (Jn. 1:1-18)266 - Jesus Lives
       (Mt. 27:57-28:15) 

220 - The Great Heresies of the Early Church
       (Matt. 7; II Pt. 2)267 - Cleansing the Temple
       (Mk. 11:15-18) 

221 - The New Song
       (Rev. 5)268 - Evidence and Implications of the Resurrection
       (1 Cor. 15:4-23) 

222 - Christ Better than Prophets or Angels
       (Heb. 1:1-3)  


  1. Holy Spirit305 - Spirit-Filled Life
       (Rom. 7:14-25)

300 - His Promised Coming
       (Jn. 14)306 - What is "Holiness"?
       (Lev. 11:44; Mt. 5:48; I Pt. 1:1-16)351 - Spiritual Gifts
       (I Cor. 12:12-31)

301 - A Sure Foundation for a Full Salvation
       (Rom. 7:14-25)307 - You Are As Full as You Want to Be!
       (Eph. 5:17-19)352 - Every Believer is a Minister
       (I Cor. 12; Eph. 4:11-12)

302 - The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit
       (Jn. 16:7-14)308 - Spiritual Warfare
       (Eph. 6:10-18)353 - Divine Healing vs. Faith Healing
       (Js. 5:13-16)

303 - What is the Baptism of the Holy Spirit?
       (Acts 1-2, I Cor. 12-13)  2. Spiritual Gifts354 - Problems with Spiritual Gifts
       (I Cor. 14:1-25)

304 - Unpardonable Sin
       (Mark 3:22-30)350 Part A & Part B - Spiritual Gifts
       (1 Cor. 12:1-11)355 - Problems with Spiritual Gifts
       (I Cor. 14:26-46)


  1. The Bible

  2. Revelation

400 - Can I Trust the Bible?450 - How Do You Know Who Speaks the Truth?
       (Deut. 13, 18; Mt. 7; Jn. 4:1-6)457 - Inerrancy vs. Infallibility
       (Mk. 10:46-52)

401 - The Trust-worthiness of the Bible
       (Micah 5:2-4)451 - How has God Spoken?
       (Heb. 1:1-3)458 - The Oral Tradition of the Jews
       (Mk. 2:23-3:6; 7:1-13)

402 Part A & Part B - The Bible and the Christian Life452 - Paul's Vision
       (II Cor. 12)459 - God Has Spoken
       (Ps. 19)

403 - Canonization and Textual Criticism
       (Jude 1-4)453 - According to the Scriptures
       (I Cor. 15:3-4)460 - Oral Tradition
       (Mk. 7:1-13)

404 - Extra-canonical Quotes Within the New Testament
       (Jude 5-16)454 - Inspiration, Not How but Why!
       (II Tim. 3:14-17)461 - Natural and Special Revelation
       (Ps. 19:1-11)

405 - Science and the Bible
       (Gen. 1-2; Heb. 11:3)455 - What About Those Who Have Never Heard?
       (Rom. 1:18-3:21) 

406 - The Bible: Human and Divine
       (II Tim. 3:15-18)456 - Doctrinal Progression of Romans 1-8 


  1. Satan

505 - Pride is a Family Characteristic
       (Ezek. 28:1-19)553 - The Demonic
       (Several Passages)

500 - There is More to Reality than the Senses
       (Eph. 6:12-19)506 - The Spiritual Battle
       (Eph. 6:19)554 - Believers and the Demonic

501 - Spiritual Warfare
       (Eph. 6:10-24)  2. Demons555 - The Subject of Demons
       (Lk. 4:31-44)

502 - Death - The Great Enemy's Friend
       (Heb. 2:14-15)550 - Demon Possession
       (Mk. 5:1-20) 

503 - Angels Cohabitating with Human Women
       (Gen. 6; I Pt. 3:12-22)551 - Demons and Children
       (Mk. 7:24-37) 

504 - Benefits of Being in Him
       (I Jn. 5:18-21)552 - What Battle?
       (Eph. 6:11-13) 



  1. The Fall623 - The Tension-Filled Life
       (Rom. 7:14-25)632 - Sinlessness
       (I Jn. 3)

601 Genesis 3 sermon624 - Paradox of Sin
       (Rom. 7:15-24)633 - The Immature Majority
       (I Cor. 2:14-3:3)

602 Genesis 3:1-13625 - Man is Responsible
       (Gal. 6:7-10)638 - The Enemies of Man

603 Genesis 3:14-24626 - Unpardonable Sin
       (Mk. 3:22-30)639 Forgiveness!

  2. Sin628 - Corporate Sin
       (Josh. 7)640 - Witchcraft and the Occult
       (Deut. 18)

620 - Mankind's Flaw
       (Rom. 6:23)629 - My Prayer
       (Ps. 19)641 - Sinless Perfection

621 - Biography of Humanity
       (Eph. 2:1-10)630 - There is More to the Deep Than Darkness
       (Ps. 130)642 - How to Deal with Sin in the Life of the Believer

622 - The Universal Problem631 - Confession of Sin
       (I Jn. 3) 


700 - Our Inability
       (Matt. 7:1-5)707 - Treasure in Clay
       (II Cor. 4)714 - Human Sexuality

701 - Individual Responsibility
       (Ezek. 18)708 - Weakness is God's Will
       (I Cor. 1:26-31)715 - Creation of Mankind
       (Gen. 2:1-25)

702 - Consequences
       (Gal. 6:7-10)709 - What Price for a Second Chance?
       (Heb. 2:5-10, 14-18)716 - Human Speech
       (Jas. 3:1-12)

703 - Biography of Humanity
       (Eph. 2:1-10)710 - Human Knowledge and Philosophy
       (Col. 2:8-15)717 - The Problem with the Flesh
       (II Cor. 10:3-6)

704 - Who is Greatest?
       (Matt. 18)711 - Materialism718 - Three Group's Response to Jesus
       (Mk. 8:1-21)

705 - What is Truth?
       (Jn. 8:30-37)712 - Here Today - Here Tomorrow
       (Psalm 90)719 - Those Who Knew Him
       (Jn. 11)

706 - Our Sufficiency
       (II Cor. 2:14-3:6)713 - Unity - Dichotomy - Trichotomy?
       (Heb. 4)


800 - Noah's Covenant
       (Gen. 9)806 - Moses' Death
       (Deut. 34)812 - Abraham - Trust, the Basis of Commitment
       (Gen. 22)

801 - Abraham's Covenant
       (Gen. 12)807 - Corporate Sin - Achan
       (Joshua 7)813 - Jeremiah's Message, Like a Scarecrow in a Cucumber Field
       (Jer. 10)

802 - Gideon
       (Judges 6:11-7:22)808 - Jeremiah's Preaching
       (Jer. 2)814 - Sarah
       (Gen. 17; 15-21; 21:1-7)

803 - Samson
       (Judges 14-15)809 - Naaman - From Pride to Faith
       (II Kings 5:1-19)815 - Rahab
       (Josh. 2:1-14; 6:22-25)

804 - Moses' Birth
       (Ex. 1-2)810 - Call of Isaiah
       (Isaiah 6)

805 - Moses Receives Law at Mt. Sinai
       (Ex. 19-20)811 - Zephanaih - The Fiercest Prophet in the Old Testament


1200 - Christ in Prophecy1204 - The Four Beasts and the Little Horn
       (Dan. 7)1208 - Gog and Magog
       (Ez. 38-39)

1201 - Too Much for a Coincidence
       (Micah 5:2-6)1205 - 70 Weeks
       (Dan. 9)1209 - Test for a False Prophet
       (Deut. 13)

1202 - The Messiah1206 - The Anti-christ
       (Dan. 11:21-45)1210 - The Righteous Branch
       (Jer. 33)

1203 - Biblical Prophecy1207 - Shoot out of Jesse
       (Isa. 53:1-10)


1300 - The Subjective Experience of the Objective Facts
       (Rom. 5:1-5)1317 - [Theological] The Will of God1333 - Where Did Jesus Go While in the Grave?
       (I Pt. 3:13-22)

1301 - The Big Picture
       (Rom. 8:29-30)1318 - How Do You Know Who Speaks the Truth?
       (I Jn. 4:1-6)1334 - Science and the Bible
       (Gen. 1-2; Heb. 11:3)

1302 - The Goodness of God?
       (Rom. 11:22)1319 - Can I Trust the Bible?1335 - Apostasy?
       (Heb. 6:1-8)

1303 - The Security of the Believer vs. the Perseverance of the Saints1320 - The Paradox of Christianity1336 - Cultural Christianity
       (Col. 2:16-23; Rom. 14)

1304 - Predestination vs. Mankind's Free Will1321 - God's Hedge
       (I Cor. 10:12-13)1337 - Theology of Christian Dress

1305 - Judgment: Who, What, When, Where1322 - Tradition
       (Matt. 12:1-8; 21:28-32)1338 - Inter-Racial Marriage, Biblical, Cultural, Theological

1306 - Decision vs. Discipleship
       (Eph. 2:8-10)1323 - White Throne Judgment
       (Matt. 25:31-46)1339 - Human Sexuality

1307 - A Search for a Deeper Understanding
       (Rom. 6)1324 - Religious Tradition
       (Mk. 7:1-23)1340 - Situational Ethics
       (Rom. 14; I Cor. 10:23-33)

1308 - The Christian Inclusives
       (Phil. 4:4-13)1325 - Children's Relationship to the Church
       (Mk. 10:13-16)1341 - Miracles

1309 - How is a Man Right with God?
       (Rom. 3:21-26)1326a - Women in God's Plan
       (Taped in 1980)1342 - Justification by _____?
       (Rom. 5:1-11)

1310 - A Sure and Eternal Salvation
       (Several Passages)1326b - Women in God's Plan
       (Taped in 1987)1343 - Christianity is a Long Chain of Events
       (Col. 2:6-7)

1311 - Motivation
       (I Cor. 13:1-7)1327 - An Anthology: What is Christianity?1344 - Faith/Trust (Personal, Doctrinal, Daily)

1312 - Paul's Theology
       (Rom. 5:1-11)1328 - The Adam Connection
       (Rom. 5:12-21)1345 - What Happens at Death?

1313 - Foot Washing
       (Jn. 13:1-20)1329 - One Aspect of the Diamond
       (Rom. 4:25-5:5)1346 - Biblical Attitudes Toward Alcohol and Alcoholism

1314 - Infant Baptism vs. Believers' Baptism1330 - The Imbalance of Evangelical Christianity
       (Col. 2:1-7)1347 - "Either/Or" vs. "Both/And"

1315 - Infant Baptism an Essential Element in Salvation?
       (Titus 3:1-6)1331 - God's Yes! Amidst Mankind's No!
       (Ezek. 36:22-32)1348 - The Galatian Ministry
       (Gal. 2:15-16, 19-20)

1316 - [Practical] How Do You Know God's Will?1332 - More than Conquerors
       (Rom. 8:31-39)1349 - What is the Least One Can Believe and Still be a Christian?

  1350 - Christian Freedom: Freedom brings Responsibility
       (Rom. 14)


1400 - Salvation1412 - Forgiveness? Forgiveness!1424 - Resurrection
       (I Cor. 15:1-19)

1401 - Justification
       (Rom. 5:1-11)1413 - Suffering
       (I Pt. 3:13-18)1425 - Worship in Genesis

1402 - Faith1414 - Assurance
       (I Jn. 5:13)1426 - Speech in Proverbs

1403 - Grace1415 - Discouraged
       (I Kgs. 19:1-18)1427 - The Priority of People

1404 - Reconciliation
       (II Cor. 5:14-21)1416 - What Happens at Death?1428 - Wisdom in Proverbs
       (Pro. 3:13-20; 8:1-36)

1405 - Selflessness
       (Mt. 10:34-39)1417 - Sensible
       (Titus 2:1-12)1429 - Contentment
       (I Tim. 6:6-10; Phil. 4:11-13; Heb. 13:5-6)

1406 - God's Way v. Man's Way
       (Mt. 10:13ff)1418 - Angelology
       (II Pet. 2:1-16)1430 - Forgiveness

1407 - From Eternity to Eternity
       (Eph. 1:3-14)1419 - Anger1431 - Sinlessness
       (Rom. 6:1-14)

1408 - Agape Love
       (I Cor. 13)1420 - Faith or Works?
       (Jas. 2:14-26)1432 - Covenant
       (Ex. 19:3-6; Jer. 31:31-34; Heb. 8:1-13)

1409 - John's Gospel
       (Jn. 3:1-21)1421 - Holiness
       (Lev. 11:44; I Pt. 1:16; Mt. 5:48)1433 - Wealth in Proverbs

1410 - Hell & Judgment1422 - O God! Thank You
       (Ps. 103)1434 - Truth
       (Jn. 8:32)

1411 - Joy1423 - God's Will for Every Christian
       (Gal. 5:16-6:10)1435 - The Purpose of Submission
       (I Pt. 2:9-3:9)


1500 - False Teachers
       (Mt. 7:21-23)1511 - Titus1522 - Apollos
       (Acts 18:24-28; I Cor. 3:5-9)

1501 - Philippian Jailer
       (Acts 16:16-18)1512 - Agrippa
       (Acts 26)1523 - Barnabas
       (Acts 4:34-37; 11:19-26; 13:1-3)

1502 - Samaritan Woman
       (John 4:4-26)1513 - Paul's Weakness and Discouragement
       (II Cor. 2:6-3:6)1524 - Priscilla & Aquila
       (Acts 18:1-4, 18-22)

1503 - Peter
       (Matt. 16:13-20)1514 - Mary
       (Lk. 1:26-56)1525 - Timothy
       (Acts 16:1-3; I Thes. 3:1-8)

1504 - Timothy, Luke, Mark and Demas
       (II Tim. 4:9-11)1515 - Zaccheus
       (Lk. 19:1-10)1526 - Silas and Titus
       (Acts 15:22, 30-34; II Cor. 8:16-24)

1505 - The Angel's Message
       (Luke 2:8-15)1516 - James and John
       (Mk. 14:1-9)1527 - Lazarus, His Family & Friends
       (Jn. 11)

1506 - Nicodemus
       (Jn. 3:1-16)1517 - Jesus' Anointing at Bethany
       (Mk. 14:1-9)1528 - Light: Heals and Destroys
       (Jn. 9)

1507 - The Rich Young Ruler
       (Mk. 10:17-31)1518 - Onesimus
       (Philemon 8-20)1529 - The Judaizers
       (Gal. 3:1-14)

1508 - The Magi
       (Mt. 2:1ff)1519 - Stephen and the Seven
       (Acts 6:1-15)1530 - The Two on the Road to Emmaus
       (Lk. 24:13049; Jn. 5:24-47)

1509 - John the Baptist
       (Mk. 1:1-13)1520 - Cornelius
       (Acts 10:1-8, 24-28)1531 - Stephen in Acts
       (Acts 6:8-15; 7:54-60)

1510 - Timothy's Faith
       (II Tim. 1:3-14)1521 - Philippian Jailer
       (Acts 16:19-20) 


1700 - The Parable of the Soils
       (Mk. 4:1-20)1705 - Pharisee and Sinner
       (Lk. 18:9-14)1710 - The Mote and the Beam
       (Mt. 7)

1701 - The Pattern Parable
       (Matt. 13)1706 - Techniques for Interpreting Parables and Workers for the Field
       (Matt. 20:1-16)1711 - The Millstone and Lost Sheep
       (Matt. 18:6ff)

1702 - The Fig Tree
       (Mk. 13:28-37)1707 - The Prodigal Son
       (Lk. 15:11-24)1712 - Forgiving is the Test of Forgiveness
       (Matt. 18:21-35)

1703 - Parable of the Wicket Tenants
       (Mk. 12:1-12)1708 - The Father's Heart
       (Lk. 15:1-32)1713 - An Attitude Check
       (Lk. 17:1-10)

1704 - The Deadly Choice
       (Lk. 14:15-24)1709 - Parable of the Shrewd Steward and Lazarus
       (Lk. 16:1-31) 


1800 - A Message for Children About the Gospel
       (Rom. 6:23 & Jn. 1:12)1812 - How is Man Right with God?
       (Rom. 3:21-26)1824 - What Do We Share?
       (Col. 2:16-23; Rom. 14)

1801 - Jesus Commissions His Followers
       (Lk. 24:36-52)1813 - God's Way vs. Mankind's Way
       (Matt. 16:21-28)1825 - Easy Believism vs. True Repentance
       (Mk. 10:17ff)

1802 - So Send I You
       (Jn. 20:19-23)1814 - The Plague and the Cure
       (Rom. 6:23)1826 - God and Good Men
       (Jn. 3)

1803 - The Great Commission
       (Matt. 28:16-20)1815 - Nicodemus
       (Jn. 3:1-16)1827 - God and Bad People
       (Jn. 4:4-26

1804 - The Fields Are White Unto Harvest
       (Matt. 9:35-38)1816 - The Chosen Must Choose
       (Rom. 10:9-13)1828 - The Good News
       (Rom. 6:23)

1805 - The Gospel
       (Jn. 3:1-21)1817 - Salvation is Free But It Costs Everything
       (Mk. 10:17-31)1829 - The New Man
       (Col. 3:12-17)

1806 - The Choice is Yours, But the Choice is NOW!
       (Mk. 8:38)1818 - The Gospel in a Nutshell
       (Jn. 3:16)1830 - What is the Gospel?
       (Rom. 3:21-26; 5:6-11; Col. 1:13-14)

1807 - The Deadly Choice
       (Lk. 14:15-24)1819 - Paul's Clearest Expression of the Good News
       (Rom. 3:21-31)1831 - The Earliest Creed
       (I Cor. 15:1-4)

1808 - What Makes the Gospel Good News?
       (Rom. 1:18-3:21)1820 - The Age of Accountability1832 - The Imbalance of Evangelical Christianity
       (Col. 2:1-7)

1809 - How to Be Saved
       (Acts 16:16-18)1821 - Come! Who - Why?
       (Matt. 11:25-30)1833 - Our Newness in Christ
       (II Cor. 5:14-21)

1810 - Salvation is Free to All
       (Isa. 55:1-13)1822 - Is Every Believer to be a Verbal Witness?1834 - The Broad Way vs. the Narrow Way
       (Matt. 7:13-14; 10:34-39; 16:24-28)

1811 - What Price for a Second Chance?
       (Heb. 2:5-10, 14-18)1823 - Am I My Brother's Keeper or Is He Responsible?
       (Ezek. 33)1835 - The Paradoxical Tension in Biblical Salvation


        1. Purpose

1937 - The Qualifications for Teachers
       (James 3:1-11)        4. Admonition

1900 - "So Send I You"
       (Jn. 20:19-23)1938 - More Qualifications for Teachers
       (James 3:12-18)1980 - The Church of Ephesus
       (Rev. 2:1-7)

1901 - The Great, the Only Commission
       (Matt. 28:16-20)1939 - Women in the Plan of God1981 - The Church of Smyrna
       (Rev. 2:8-11)

1902 - Jesus Commissions his Followers
       (Lk. 24:36-52)1940 - Characteristics of the True Church
       (Col. 3:12-17)1982 - The Church of Pergamum
       (Rev. 2:12-17)

1903 - Every Christian is a Gifted Full Time Minister
       (I Cor. 12) 1983 - The Church of Thyatira
       (Rev. 2:18-29)

1904 - The First Use of the Term "Church" in the N.T.
(Matt. 16)        3. Ordinances1984 - The Church of Sardis
       (Rev. 3:1-6)

             a. Baptism1985 - The Church of Philadephia
       (Rev. 3:7-13)

        2. Functioning1960 - Believers Baptism1986 - The Church of Laodicea
       (Rev. 3:14-22)

1930 - The Church's Leaders' Qualifications
       (I Tim. 3:1-5)1961 - Parents, Are Your Children Lost, Safe or Saved?1987 - A Profile of Christian Workers
       (I Thess. 2:3-12)

1931 - The Church's Leaders' Qualifications
       (I Tim. 3:6-16)1962 - Baptismal Regeneration
       (Titus 3:1-6)1988 - A Profile of a Growing Church
       (I Thess. 1:2-10)

1932 - Bishops, Overseers, and Elders, Who Are They?
       (Titus I)          b. The Lord's Supper (Eucharist)1989 - The Church's Check List
       (I Thess. 5:12-28)

1933 - Deacons
       (Acts 6:1-6)1970 - Lord's Supper
       (I Cor. 11)1990 - The Growth of the Early Church
       (Acts 2:43-47; 6:1-7)

1934 - How to Handle Accusations Against Ministers?
       (I Tim. 5:17-25)1971 - A Pastor's Overview of Lord's Supper1991 - The Psychological Profile of the Kingdom Man
       (Mt. 5:1-16)

1935 - Women in Church Leadership?1972 - Transubstantiation
       (Jn. 6:25-40; Acts 2:41-47)1998 - Baptist Presuppositional Heritage

1936 - Should Christians Judge One Another?
       (Matt. 7:1ff) 1999 - How Do Baptists Accept Members from other Denominations


        1. Christ-like Living2046 - A Christian's Judgment
       (I Cor. 3:10-17)2130 - Divorce
       (Mk. 10:1-12)

2000 - Christian Victory
       (Rom. 8:1-10)2047 - Be Careful of Too Many Rules or No Rules at All
       (Gal. 3:1-14)2131 - Divorce
       (Matt. 19)

2001 - An Optimistic Obsession
       (Rom. 8:26-28)2048 - More Than Conquerors
       (Rom. 8:31-39)2132 - The Beauty of a Christian Witness
       (I Pt. 3:1-7)

2002 - The Tension Filled Life
       (Rom. 7:14-25)2049 - I Am Available, Lord!
       (Eph. 4:1-6)2133a - Marriage?
       (I Cor. 7:1-17)

2003 - Who Am I? Where Am I Going? Is There Any Purpose in Life?
       (Ps. 139)        2. Discipleship2133b - Marriage? (Cont.)
       (I Cor. 7:18-46)

2004 - Discouraged? Disillusioned? Disheartened?
       (I Kgs. 19:1-18)2050 - The Cost of Discipleship
       (Matt. 10:24-42)2134 - Family Love
       (I Cor. 13:4-7)

2005 - Open My Eyes
       (II Kgs. 6:8-23)2051 - Decision v. Discipleship
       (Eph. 2:8-10)2135 - How a Believing Spouse Can Win His/Her Lost Mate
       (I Pet. 3:1-12)

2006 - He is With Us
       (Rom. 8:31-36)2052 - What Did You Expect?
       (Matt. 10:24-33)2136 - Human Sexuality

2007 - Congratulations! You Have Just Inherited Everything!
       (Rom. 14-25)2053 - Characteristics of a Disciple
       (Ezra 7:10, 27-28)2137 - Baby Dedication Day - Parenting, Oh, My!

2008 - The Basic Principles of the Christian Life2054 - Privilege Brings Responsibility
       (Isa. 5:1-7)2138 - Interracial Marriages

2009 - From Rags to Riches
       (Eph. 4:17-22)2055 - The Cost of Discipleship
       (Lk. 14:25-35)2139 - God's Will for Parents
       (Deut. 6:1-9)

2010 - It's All In the Way You Look At It
       (I Thess. 5:16-18)2056 - God's Kids Get Spanked Too!
       (Heb. 12:5-13)2140 - A Word to Christian Men

2011 - Our Sufficiency
       (II Cor. 2:14-3:6)2057 - Paul's Hardships
       (II Cor. 11)2141 - Parents, Are Your Children: Lost, Safe, or Saved?

2012 - Radical Discipleship
       (Matt. 10:34-39)2058 - Freedom Brings Responsibility2142 - Christian Fathers
       (Eph. 5:21-6:9)

2014 - Happiness Is...!
       (Eccl. 1-2)2059 - God's Will for Every Believer
       (Gal. 5:16-6:20)2143 - The Family - God's Great Analogy

2014 - Contentment Is In God
       (Heb. 13:5-6)        3. Prayer        6. Stewardship

2015 - Bob's Personal Testimony of His Struggle for Meaningful Christianity
       (Rom. 6:1-11)2075 - Prayer Limited Yet Unlimited2150 - The Principles of Spiritual Giving
       (II Cor. 9)

2016 - Strive Eagerly for Quietness
       (I Thess. 4:9-12)2076 - The Model Prayer
       (Matt. 6:5-13)2151 - Everybody is a Sower! What Kind of Sower Are You?
       (II Cor. 9:6-15)

2017 - The Exchanged Life
       (Eph. 3:14-21)2077 - Benediction of a Better Covenant
       (Heb. 13:20-21)2152 - Grace is the Gift, Giving is the Result
       (II Cor. 8:1-9)

2018 - Dependence Takes Time
       (Jn. 15:1ff)2078 - Prayer for Forgiveness
       (Psalm 130)2153 - Giving is a Spiritual Thermometer
       (Mal. 3:7-18)

2019 - Accepted!
       (Eph. 1:4-7)2079 - Rejoice...Pray
       (Phil. 4:4-7)2154 - Spiritual Giving
       (II Cor. 8-9)

2020 - Should Christians be Depressed, Discouraged?2080 - From Yes! to Yea!
       (I Pt. 1:3-9)2155 - Selflessness
       (Matt. 10:34-39)

2021 - The Benefits of Aged Wisdom
       (Pro. 3:1-12)2081 - Thanksgiving Prayer2156 - Materialism

2022 - Peace! Peace!
       (Ps. 32)2082 - Prayer of Faith
       (I Chr. 29:10-19)2157 - New Altar
       (Rom. 12:1-2)

2023 - Contentment
       (I Tim. 6:6-10; Phil. 4:11-13; Heb. 13:5-6)2083 - Unto Him Who Is Able
       (Jude 24-25)        7. Temptation and Suffering

2024 - "Abundant Life?"
       (Jn. 10:9-10)2084 - Come! Who - Why?
       (Matt. 11:25-30)2175 - God's Hedge
       (I Cor. 10:12-13)

2025 - Love in Action
       (Rom. 12:9-21)2085 - The Shema - The Jewish Prayer of Monotheism
       (Dt. 6)2176 - Evil and Suffering in Our World

2026 - The Worthy Walk
       (Eph. 4:1-16)2086 - How Do We  Know God Better?
       (Ps. 42:1)2177 - We Cannot Affect the Past

2027 - Love's Gotta Have Hands and Feet
       (Heb. 13:1-6)2087 - Intercessory Prayer2178 - Suffer! Why Me?
       (I Pt. 3:13-18)

2028 - How Do You Know God's Will?
       (Jas. 4:13-15)2088 - Paul's Prayer for Understanding
       (Col. 1:9-14)2179 - Add It Up!
       (Jas. 1:1-16)

2029 - Joy    4. Assurance2180 - When In Deep Distress Take Two "I Remember When..." Pills
       (Ps. 77)

2030 - God Cares For Me, Even Me!
       (Psalm 23)2100 - Assurance (Denominational Approach to Assurance)2181 - Christian Suffering and God's Help
       (Rom. 8:26-30)

2031 - Treasure in Clay
       (II Cor. 4)2101 - Assurance (Personal Experience)        8. Social Concerns

2032 - Consequences
       (Gal. 6:7-10)2102 - Security of the Believer vs. Perseverance of the Saints2185 - Women in the Plan of God

2033 - The Holy One's Holy Ones
       (I Pt. 1:13-21)2103 - The Men God Calls Liars
       (I Jn. 1-2)2186 - The Christian and Aging

2034 - Unity Not Uniformity
       (I Cor. 12:4-11)2104 - Why Do People Doubt Their Salvation?2187 - The Christian and Racism

2035 - The Christian Servant
       (Deacon Ordination Service)
       (Rom. 12)2105 - From Doubt to Certainty
       (Psalm 73)2188 - The Christian and Natural Resources

2036 - The New Altar
       (Rom. 12:1-3)2106 - Graphs of the Possibilities of the Christian Life
       (Mt. 13:18-23)2189 - The Christian and Peace

2037 - The Christian Athlete
       (Heb. 12:1-3)2107 - Fake Faith2190 - The Christian and the State

2038 - Faith by Example
       (II Tim. 1:3-14)2108 - Assurance!2191 - The Christian and Sexuality

2039 - We Won! Let's Run
       (II Cor. 2:6-3:6)2109 - A Sure and Eternal Salvation2192 - The Christian and World Hunger

2040 - Motivation
       (I Cor. 13:1-7)        5. The Christian Home2193 - The Christian and Alcohol

2041 - God's Family Characteristics
       (I John 3)2125 - The Christian Home
       (Gen. 2; Eph. 5)2194 - The Christian and Money

2042 - Evaluation of the Old Year and New Year
       (Phil. 3:7-14)2126 - In Love Rights Become Wrong
       (Eph. 5:21-33)2195 - The Christian and Others

2043 - Outworking of Love
       (Rom. 12:9-21)2127 - Husbands and Wives
       (Eph. 5:21-33)2196 - The Christian and Human Speech

2044 - Walking Doctrine
       (Rom. 12-16)2128 - The Reciprocal Ideal (Parents and Children)
       (Eph. 6:1-4)2197 - Christian Freedom

2045 - Freedom Brings Responsibility
       (Rom. 14)2129 - As Unto the Lord (Employer-Employee)
       (Eph. 6:5-9) 


2200 - Judgement2209 - The Millennium
       (Rev. 20)2217 - Second Coming
       (Matt. 24:1-3)

2201 - Sheol, Hades, Gehenna2210 - The 70 Weeks
       (Dan. 9)2218 - It Will End As It Began (Heaven)

2202 - Anti Christs - Antichrist
       (I Jn. 2:18-29)2211 - Old Testament Resurrection
       (Dan. 12)2219 - The General Resurrection
       (I Cor. 15:12-23)

2203 - The Antichrist in O.T. Prophecy
       (Dan. 7:15-28)2212 - The Gateway
       (I Cor. 15)2221 - Is the World Coming to an End?
       (Matt. 24)

2204 & 2204b - Gog and Magog
       (Ezek. 38-39)2213 - The Resurrection Body
       (I Cor. 15:1-32)2222 - The Antichrist
       (II Thess. 2:1-12)

2205 - Final Fate of False Followers
       (Matt. 7:21-23)2214 - The Resurrection
       (Mark 16)2223 - What's the Best Thing About Heaven?
       ( Jn. 14:203; II Cor 13:12; I Jn. 3:2)

2206 & 2206b - Second Coming
       (I Thess. 4:13-18)2215 - Heaven's Courtroom
       (Rom. 8:31-36)2224 - Be Ready
       (Mk. 13:13ff)

2208 - Living Ready
       (I Pt. 4:7-11)2216 - That Great Day
       (Ps. 46)How to approach Revelation, Part-1

 How to approach Revelation, Part-2

 How to approach Revelation, Part-3

 How to approach Revelation, Part-4


2300 - America at the Crossroads
       (Isaiah 1:2-3)2304 - Cultural Christianity
       (Col. 2:16-23; Rom. 14)2308 - 4th of July Message, 1994
       (Amos and Hosea)

2301 - Christians and Courts
       (I Cor. 6)2305 - The Imbalance of Evangelical Christianity
       (Col. 2:1-7)2309 - You Cannot Wrap God in the American Flag

2302 - Materialism2306 - Theology of Christian Dress2310 - Social Issues (Videos)

2303 - The Biblical World View about Angels2307 - Alcohol and American Culture 



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Helpful Websites


Semper Reformanda – The Reformed Site of Scott Bushey
The battle cry at Semper Reformanda is like the cry of the Marines, “Forever Faithfully Reforming”. We will die for the cause if need be. In this age of relativism, complacency and universalism, Semper Reformanda has vowed to rightfully reject all things contrary to the word of God and plant their flag in protest. You’ll find a gigantic amount of great material there for edification and spiritual growth.

A Puritan’s Mind
The biggest Reformed and Puritan internet website on planet earth.

Grace Chapel, Crossville, TN
The only Reformed Church in middle TN – bible believing, psalm singing, Westminster Standards, following the Directory of Public Worship.

Bible Sermons Online
Are you searching for meaning in life? Bible Sermons Online makes available free sermons to show you that it can be found in Christ Jesus. Have you found the joy of salvation in the Lord Jesus Christ? Bible Sermons Online provides free expository sermons to encourage you in the way.
Edinburgh Free Church

A Reformed missions endeavor to Jews which is backed by the PCA.
Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)

Christian Classics Ethereal Library
The mission of the CCEL is to build up the church by making classic Christian writings available and promoting their use.
Calvin College

The Connecticut Valley Conference on Reformed Theology
A reformed conference that desires to restore a proper view of the life of the mind in Christ’s Church. Speakers may include Rev. Dr. Bryan L. Chapell, Robert L. Reymond, Dr. Leland Ryken and David Calhoun.
The Presbyterian Church of Coventry

Covenanters, Covenants, and Covenanting…in defense of the Covenanted Reformation.
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European Institute of Protestant Studies
To promoter and defend Bible Protestantism with Dr. Ian Paisley.
Martyrs’ Memorial Free Presbyterian Church

Exclusive Psalmody Homepage
A page offering some insight into the position of Exclusive Psalmody.

Fire and Ice Puritan Writings
Fie and Ice offers one of the largest Puritan databases on the internet. If you have not visited this site, then you are missing some of the best reformed literature available for free.
Reformed Links

Genevan Institute for Reformed Studies
This is a Presbyterian discussion and learning forum for reformed doctrine.

The Genevan Psalter
Here you will find the Genevan Psalter and its history. They also have links to all the Psalters in order to listen to the music for each of the hymns.

H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies
The H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies is a research center specializing in John Calvin and Calvinism that opened in 1981 and is located at Calvin College and Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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This site section is committed to bringing you the largest body of Edwards’ writings on the Internet. They believe, like Edwards, that the chief end of man is to Glorify God and enjoy Him forever. It is in that spirit, that that their web site is brought to you.
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Yes, that is right, you can hear real audio sermons from the good Dr. at this site!
One of the best Reformed link sites ever built. It houses just about everything you can think of as a portal to good Reformed information online. Monergism also has a great bookstore and lots of Reformed Literature.

The Orthodox Presbyterian Church – The church’s denominational website.

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Here is a Spanish web site that, while in continual construction, is totally dedicated to Covenanted Presbyterianism. On this site, which currently is one of a kind, are the complete and original Westminster Standards, yes every single one! They have works by Rutherford, Gillespie, Knox, Calvin, histories, all of the Westminster Standards in Spanish, the Spanish Psalter, and coming soon Watson’s work on the Lord’s Day. All in Spanish.

Pressie Church – Australian Home of Covenant Theology.
This site is a vociferous advocate of Covenant theology as the most faithful framework to understand God’s redemptive purposes in Christ. As a response to indifference and ambivalence towards Reformed theology within the Presbyterian Church of Australia this site hopes to encourage and engage many on this most important issue. Lots of articles here on the topic!!

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Assembly articles and news for the Presbyterian Layman.

The Puritanboard
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The Puritan Storm
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Do you like listening to sermons – online or off? This is one of the largest audio links preaching – but reader (or listener) beware, there is also a number of very bad sermons out there as well (theologically deviant.) Be discerning.

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Ages Library The John Calvin Center
This is Ages Software’s discussion forum and information index for the Reformation Giant John Calvin.

American Vision
Helping Christian American restore their biblical vision about our country founded by Gary Demar.

Abraham Kuyper’s Lectures on Calvinism
The book “Lectures on Calvinism” can be found here posted on this website in dedication to the Dutch theologian Abraham Kuyper.

Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
Here you will find Reformed, Lutheran and Baptist evangelicals writing articles in the Augustinian tradition for ecumenicity. The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. They fully meet their standards for financial management and disclosure each year. Independent outside auditors certify that funds are properly managed, and go to the projects for which they were given.
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Chalcedon Foundation
Espouses authentic reformation and revival principles from the Scriptures and is home to the magazine The Chalcedon Report. Main advocate is RJ Rushdoony.

Christian History Magazine
If you are now aware of this magazine, then you need to visit this site. I recently purchased the CD ROM they offer with all of their past magazines on it and I was well pleased. It is an offshoot from Christianity Today (which is deplorable overall) but this magazine has some very good historical information.
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Crown Financial Ministries
This is the home page of Larry Burkett’s work on Christian finances.

Founders Online
The Southern Baptist Convention’s searching site by the Founder Movement. Geneva is their search engine for reformed links.
Sectarian (Southern Baptist)

Kerux: A Journal of Biblical Theology
Kerux has been printing biblical-theological material in the Reformed/Calvinistic tradition since 1986. It is published three times per year (May, September, December). Subscriptions are $15.00 for U.S., Canadian and Mexican subscribers and $20.00 to all other countries.

Rutherford House
This site is working to strengthen and revive evangelical ministries in their preaching, worship, evangelism and service.

Watchman Fellowship is an independent Christian research and apologetics ministry focusing on new religious movements, cults, the occult and the New Age. We serve the Christian and secular community as a resource for cult education, counseling, and non-coercive intervention. We accomplish these tasks through our church presentations, our magazine, The Watchman Expositor, personal counseling, this website, and other activities.




Independent / Baptist Links

All By Grace
This site is dedicated to Glorifying our God and Savior Jesus Christ through the true Biblical Gospel that was rediscovered and confirmed during the Protestant Reformation. Preachers such as Brother Jim Gunn, Brother Dean Olive, and Brother Jim Gables can be found here.
Sectarian (Baptist)

Alpha and Omega Ministries
James R. White has prominence here. You will find this site offering apologetic and theological material, as well as a number of articles by White himself.
Sectarian (Baptist, Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church)

Chapel Library and Mount Zion
Chapel Library has a sermon and tract ministry that houses many good things concerning puritan reprints.
Sectarian (Baptist – Mt. Zion Bible Church)

Christian Truth
This is the site of Bill Webster. He is an author with Banner of Truth and have written several books on issues related to Roman Catholicism from a reformed perspective on specific issues related to Church history and the gospel. His books and web page offer a biblical and historical defense of the reformation distinctives. Sectarian (Baptist – Grace Bible Church)

Johnny Farese’s “reformed” Baptist Church Listing can be found here. John Farese is 44 years old and one of the oldest persons to reach that age after being diagnosed from birth with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. His testimony can be found here as well. He is a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Sectarian (Baptist – Emmanuel Baptist Church)

Desiring God Ministries
This site is where Bethlehem Baptist Church and John Piper’s ministry reside on the web. Search his sermons and a host of other very well done articles.
Sectarian (Baptist – Bethlehem Baptist Church)

Grace and Truth
This England bound site upholds the Doctrines of Grace, and the theology of it’s contributors is solely from a reforming perspective. It upholds the God breathed inspiration and inerrancy of the Scriptures, and identifies with the Reformation in seeking to contend for the faith once delivered unto the saints.
Sectarian / Ecumenical (Crich Baptist Church)

Hall of Church History
The hall is one of the best church historical sites with a variety of links to other sites with the same topics and historical eras. This is Phil Johnson’s site who attends Grace Community Church with John MacArthur.
Sectarian (Baptist)

Lux Scriptura
A Southern Baptist Website. On this site you can find John Quincy Adam’s book “Baptists, the Only Thorough Reformers” (though the thesis is quite wrong) as well as information on Baptist History.
Sectarian (Baptist)

A site dedicated to helping Christians understand the importance of the local church (Baptist view). Mark Dever is the Author and Speaker in the forefront here, who is pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church.
Sectarian (Baptist)

Redeeming Grace Ministries
RGM centers upon the public speaking and writing ministry of its founder and pastoral leader, Dr. Stanford E. Murrell. RGM is a non profit corporation in association with Sovereign Grace Baptist Church. The doctrines of grace are found in abundance here, as well as some good historical writings of the Reformers and Puritans.
Sectarian (Baptist)

Providence Baptist Ministries
Site for R.L. Dabney, Edward Payson, A.W. Pink and John Gill. You would think they have everything from these men listed here. (Almost)
Sectarian (Baptist)

Reformed Reader
The Reformed Reader is a website dedicated and committed to the historic Baptist faith. It is the purpose of their website to introduce to those who are new to the Baptist faith their rich cultural heritage of Baptist doctrine, theology and history. To others, The Reformed Reader will hopefully add to the already rich Baptist heritage and will aid all in receiving a more thorough view of the historic Baptist faith.
Sectarian (Baptist)

Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, NJ
Home of Pastor Albert N. Martin and the Trinity Book Service.
Sectarian (Baptist)

Spurgeon Archives
This is Phil Johnson’s site which is one of the largest Spurgeon archives on the Internet.

Spurgeon Gems
By God’s Grace, this site offers over 2,250 Spurgeon single sermons in modern English on the site in pdf format—easily read and/or downloaded. They have over 50 sermons in “booklet” format, including the best TULIP sermons and Defense of Calvinism.

Bible Sprout is a educational christian website focused on helping people know more about God’s truth through reliance on scripture.



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Arnold Sikkema’s Christian Links
Professor Sikkema’s links cover reformed theology, science and Christianity, Christian Academia, churches, and books.

At What Price Truth?
This ministry is committed to the reading of books that will change and impact lives. God centered, Christ exalting. The Doctrines of Grace proclaimed by authors such as C. H. Spurgeon, A.W. Pink, John Bunyan and other Puritan writers. Also included are writers of today who fearlessly battle for truth, traveling the “old paths” in the steps of the “giants” of the faith in other times. Smaller writings addressing today’s needs are also available.

Berean Beacon
This is a very helpful site with LOTS of great articles refuting Roman Catholicism, as well as helpful articles on Reformation History, and Miscellaneous articles written by some of Richard Bennett’s friends. Definitely visit! – and send your Catholic friends there too!

Bibles on the Internet
This site lists a number of ways to search for various kinds of Bibles or MSS (manuscripts) on the internet.

China Christian Books
Despite the name of the site, it is not a site selling books; all the materials (translations of the Confessions, classic works by Bunyan, Pink, etc., Calvin’s Institutes, many more) are right online in Chinese.

Covenant Home Curriculum
Reformed Home Schooling. Welcome to Covenant Home Curriculum, providers of a complete, eclectic, K-12, classical-approach curriculum, built upon the enduring strength of a Reformed Christian world view.

The Dr. Jay Adams Tape Library
This site has a tape lending library for many of Jay Adam’s tapes – as well as the ability to purchase his tapes on cassette. Jay Adams is definitely worth listening to.

GraceNet UK
GraceNet UK is intended to become the Internet home for any UK-based Reformed Evangelical Christian organizations and churches. The purpose of this site is to act as a single point of access to a wide variety of Reformed resources, including a directory of UK churches and organizations.

Oliver Cromwell Website
Do you know anything about Oliver Cromwell and the golden Age of Learning?

The William Tyndale Home Page: Fire for the Ploughman
A well-made website featuring a team of actors portraying William Tyndale and the story of the English Bible. They also have some pictures here and historical essays on the transmission on Tyndale’s work.

Reformation Ink
One of the best listing sites for Reformed information and articles. It houses a huge number of archived articles on almost every major theologians and preacher that is significant. There is even some hard to find information on the second generation reformers.

Plymouth Rock Foundation
Interesting site dedication to the Pilgrims.

Reformation of the Arts and Music
An Exploration of the Arts, Music, and the Christian Worldview. Lots to read at this site.

Reformed Christian Pages
Some good Links; Lord’s Day observance Society, Trinitarian Bible Society and more.

► Reformed Fellowship, Inc.
The Outlook is owned and published by Reformed Fellowship, Inc., a religious and strictly non-profit organization composed of a group of Christian believers who hold to the Biblical Reformed faith. Its purpose is to advocate and propagate this faith, to nurture those who seek to live in obedience to it, to give sharpened expression to it, to stimulate the doctrinal sensitivities of those who profess it, to promote the spiritual welfare and purity of the Reformed churches and to encourage Christian action.

Pilgrims Between Two Ages
The pilgrim church presently exists with her Head in heaven, a reality belonging to the age to come. But she also sojourns in this world, this age. And while living in this age of sin and death, she shares in the sufferings of Christ, but is also waiting for the blessed hope of her Head’s appearing. This Website exists to promote historic Reformed doctrines through the writings of pilgrims throughout the ages.

The Highway Website
Articles concerning creation, the resurrection, the existence of God, the atonement, predestination, roman Catholicism and more.

The Strait Gate
Reformed sermons, literature and Real Audio debates can be found here.

►All in One Christian Index: Cross Daily
This is the website of Cross Daily where you can find all sorts of links (both good and bad). Be discerning!

Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics
CRTA used to be an excellent website loaded with articles on theology, history, and apologetics (Presuppositional). They still have some documents that are great, but they also have some articles written by men of the Federal Vision persuasion – be aware!

Lots of good online Bible study material, even the 1599 Geneva Notes – however, also lots of junk – Be discerning!

Historical Prints
Historical Reproductions, offers Original and Reproduced Prints, Exquisitely Framed Original Bible Leaves and Christian Art that has been uncovered and preserved. Warning: This site also contains “images of Christ” forbidden in the second commandment. Please be wise in what you browse and buy.

Renewing Your Mind: RC Sproul and the Interactive Service of Ligonier Ministries

Soli Deo Gloria Ministries
The mission of Soli Deo Gloria is to provide “instruction in righteousness” to the Church through the reprinting of classic Christian literature. It is currently owned by Reformation Heritage Books.

Seminaries and Colleges:

Whitefield Theological Seminary
WTS was developed during a six year period of research in the field of higher education. During the research, various academic and practical programs were evaluated. The result was the birth of Whitefield Theological Seminary in 1980. It offers graduate degrees in theological studies, as well as postgraduate degrees such as Ph.D and Th.D. The seminary is committed to the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms (1647). Graduates include Dr. RC Sproul, Dr. RC Sproul Jr., Dr. Greg Bahnsen, Dr. Nigel Lee, Dr. Kenneth Gentry and Dr. George Grant. Soon to be released is Whitefield Media.

Reformed Theological Seminary
In less than thirty years RTS became one of the ten largest seminaries in the United States with an enrollment of approximately 1900 on three campuses, or approximately two per cent of the total enrollment in theological education in the United States and Canada. RTS has become the leading evangelical seminary in the southeastern United States.

Log College and Seminary
Originally established as The North American Reformed Seminary in 2008, The Log College & Seminary seeks to continue the mission, vision, and values of the original Log College and expand its reach as the twenty-first century continuation of this historic institution.  Completely free, completely online, and completely Reformed, LCS offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees implementing the old Puritan apprenticeship model for ministry preparation.  An ARTS affiliate institution, LCS affirms the Westminster Standards and is one of only a few seminaries to offer a program in nouthetic counseling.

Westminster Theological Seminary
Westminster Theological Seminary prepares leaders for ministry, developing graduates with a depth of understanding of God’s Word and a heartfelt desire to use that knowledge in God’s service. A Westminster education starts with the Bible. Grounded in the Reformed tradition, Westminster teaches that the Christian religion is true, and that in-depth study of the Bible and its historical contexts will reveal this truth, building a bedrock foundation for Christian ministry.

Covenant Theological Seminary
At Covenant, our purpose is to train servants of the triune God. We seek to help you sharpen your mind, develop the skills entrusted to you, and be changed by the transforming grace of God. Covenant Seminary is the place to dig deep into the Scriptures and to prepare for the overflow of ministry that results from a grateful heart. With the Apostle Paul, we “pray that you being rooted and established in love may … grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ” (Ephesians 3:17-18). We invite you to study with us and to come to know the Covenant Seminary community as a place to nurture relationships that will prepare you, by God’s grace, to change the world. As a community of faculty, staff, and students, our goal is to see God’s servants trained for a lifetime of ministry.

City Seminary of Sacramento
The goals of City Seminary of Sacramento are twofold; to provide a classical theological seminary education for ministerial candidates, and to offer continuing theological education for those already active in the ministry.

Northwest Theological Seminary
Northwest Theological Seminary is the culmination of a concerted effort to bring a new Reformed theological seminary to the Pacific Northwest. The specific emphases is biblical theology in the tradition of Geerhardus Vos; presuppositional apologetics in the tradition of Cornelius Van Til; and orthodox confessionalism in the classic Calvinistic tradition.

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary is passionately committed to the authority of Scripture. Now in its 15th year, GPTS has maintained its identity as an Old School Presbyterian seminary. Recognizing that fewer men who graduate from the College or University are prepared for a classical seminary education, we have introduced our Propædeutic, or foundations, year. During this year, in addition to the Bible Survey courses, Introduction to Reformed Theology, and the beginning Greek and Hebrew courses, we teach Logic, Rhetoric, and the History of Philosophy. These courses enable men to profit more fully from the remainder of our curriculum. They also train our students to be more careful thinkers and articulate speakers.

Knox Theological Seminary
Knox has forged an unusually effective blend of strong academics and practical ministry to thoroughly prepare leaders of the 21st century. Our vision for ministry emphasizes the application of true, biblical Christianity to all aspects of our culture and our world. We equip you in a personal, mentoring environment to have a real impact in both the church and the world….except that they have jettisoned the Westminster Confession and are no longer truly Reformed.

Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary was born in May of 1995, with classes officially commencing in August, 1995. Students of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregations and the Free Reformed Churches attend for their theological training; students outside of these denominations are accepted on the basis of adherence to the Three Forms of Unity or the Westminster Standards, and meeting the basic admissions requirements. Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary is distinctive because of its Reformed, experiential emphasis and its academy model of education. Ministry in the church of Jesus Christ—whether it be preaching, teaching, counseling, or administration—must be theologically informed. Therefore, our seminary strives to fully equip students for a variety of forms of gospel ministry, always remembering that the Holy Spirit’s unction and blessing is requisite to make men “able ministers of the New Testament.”

Mid-America Reformed Seminary
Mid-America’s mission is to prepare pastors as faithful servants of the Word and sacrament in the heritage of Reformed and Presbyterian Churches. Mid-America’s curriculum is calculated to assist in the intellectual and spiritual development of our students. We believe a thorough knowledge of, and submission to God’s Word, together with a solid grounding in its essential doctrines, is requisite to a God-glorifying and fruitful ministry.

Redeemer College
At Redeemer, you will find that we are a very supportive community, dedicated to your academic excellence and spiritual growth. Choose to experience a university environment rooted in a Christian perspective, and committed to helping you develop your unique gifts and discover all that God created you to be. With 70 different majors and minors to choose from, a dynamic campus life, and many opportunities to serve in the community, you will be equipped with the education and experience you need to positively impact our world.

Calvin Theological Seminary
All education at Calvin Theological Seminary is grounded in Scripture and unified in a Reformed theological perspective.

Covenant College
We are a community committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God, and everything we do is grounded in our Reformed theology and worldview.

Geneva College
Geneva College provides an array of academic options and opportunities rooted in liberal arts and science. Professors with wide-ranging experience and expertise will expand your mind, challenging you to learn more about yourself and the world around you. Of course we offer strong academics and plenty of fun activities to enhance the classroom experience, but we never lose sight of our mission to provide Christ-centered education.

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