This page contains links to pages of Christian Resources and other links of interest to Christians on the Web. As you can see, we've just begun this page. Suggestions and corrections are welcome.
United Church of Christ
Creeds & Confessions contains those creeds important
to the historic and modern Presbyterian Church,
Westminster Shorter Catechism
Creeds of Christendom is a collection of the statements
of faith of the Church, both ancient and modern.
- The Christian Classics
Electronic Library contains a collection of writings
important to the church, including the World Wide Study Bible
and 38 volumes of writings from the Early Church
- The Augustine
of Hippo site is devoted to the famous late Roman
(354-430 AD) preacher, theologian, and Saint.
When is Easter? This
program will tell you.
Wikipedia has an
article on the
History of the English Bible, which links to other
articles about specific translations.
Bibles and Bible Study Guides
- Bible Study Tools let
you search through the Bible in several translations, including
Studies Foundation has an on-line version of
the NET (New English
Translation) Bible, including extensive footnotes on the
translation. They also offer electronic (freely downloadable)
and print copies (for sale).
The HTML Bible
site has a wide variety of Bible translations, a parallel
Greek New Testament, speaking Bibles, and more. Similar
information is available at StudyLight.org.
James Translation of the Bible is available
Gutenberg. It is also available in various electronic
Bible Browser lets you find bible passages (up to 500
versus) from the New Revised Standard Version
(NRSV), the translation of the Bible most often used at
the United Parish.
The World English Bible (WEB) is a freely copyable
update of the 1901 Translation known as the American
Standard Version (ASV).
Where do the stories in the Bible happen? See
Maps page, as well as the interactive BibleMap.org, which uses
Wide Study Bible offers links to a variety of translations
and commentary on each book in the Bible.