Useful or interesting links

"Be Thinking" is s leading site for those who think and want to engage intelligently with culture, set up by the UK Universities Christian Fellowship, talking in depth about all sorts of relevant and current issues which can address many of the dilemmas that one faces in studies and in life. Highly recommended as a resource to visit again and again.

**The Wikpedia "Portal"** on Calvinism (which has links to the major topics on Christianity)

**Theopedia** - a Christian online encyclopaedia with definitions entirely within the conservative reformed tradition. You can add (within the set protocols) your own insights and research. Theologians are invited to contribute to any topic.

BibleWiki - The Bible Wiki is an on-going project to build a user-created free scholarly commentary to the entire text of the Christian Bible.

**Wikipedia** - the online encyclopaedia - helpful for research into the biographies of Reformation martyrs, preachers, writers and thinkers, But you can use Wikipedia for information on almost anything from diseases to theological terms, The approach will not necessarily be evangelical or reformed. Informed readers can update pages (within the set protocols).

**All Souls' Church, London** This site is a comprehensive Biblical sermon resource: sermons can be listened to online using a headset. A daily Bible reading from Biblical scholar, John Stott (which often includes wise counsel). On the main page of his site, one can subscribe for daily email Devotions and email Bible Studies. Well worth it.

Richard Bewes, former Rector of All Souls, Langham Place London writes interesting articles on his website with its bite sized articles, Click on

What is your Biggest Problem? see here .[[http://www.**christianityexplored**.com/|]]

Charles Haddon Spurgeon Archive (greatest of the European 19th century preachers) including daily devotions

Search the Bible online under any topic at

See the **voting records of British Members of Parliament** (by name) on the Christian Institute website (including leaders of the main political parties)

See link to the English site of **Beppe Grillo**, a Italian comedian (and social commentator) who though not a Christian, makes stimulating observations (which we would not necessarily always agree with):

Westminster at One website (London) with the talks of Revd Richard Coekin and others:

Websites for those brought up in the Roman Catholic Church A website sharing what the Roman Catholic Church teaches about God in the light of what the European Protestant Reformers taught, with an indepth testimony of a Roman Catholic Priest who came to believe in the authority of the Bible.There is a quiz. Lots of useful information.

Must I Learn How to Interpret the Bible? by C. A. Carson

Christianity and Art

The Bible and great European art is set out on this wonderful site. - Art and The Bible.