Important Web-sites for Apologetics and Spiritual Growth

These are web-sites that I frequent and enjoy and have found helpful.

Alpha and Omega Ministries, Dr. James White

Daily Dose of Greek (Professor Rob Plummer)

Daily Dose of Hebrew (Professor Mark Futato)

Beggar’s All Reformation and Apologetics (James Swan and his excellent research on Martin Luther and other Reformation issues.  I also blog sometimes at this site.)

Cannon Fodder, Michael J. Kruger  (Issues on the Canon of Scripture, early church history)

Dr. Kruger’s course on the Canon of Scripture.

Al Mohler  (President of Southern Baptist Seminary)

John Piper, Desiring God

Justin Taylor

Kevin DeYoung

Denny Burk

R. C. Sproul, Ligonier Ministries

Triablogue (Steve Hays, John Bugay, Jason Engwer, others)

Effectual Grace by Pastor John Samson

The Cripplegate

Turretinfan

Dan Wallace

John McArthur, Grace to You

William Webster, Christian Truth (focused on analyzing Roman Catholicism)

Early Church Fathers 

Baptismal Regeneration in the Early Church, by Timothy Kauffman

https://onefold.wordpress.com/  (Brian Culliton’s blog on Roman Catholicism and the Early Church evidence)

Early and Medieval Church History, by Dr. Ryan Reeves

Reformation and Modern Church History, by Dr. Ryan Reeves

Tim Challies

Answering Islam

Answering Muslims (David Wood)

Biblical Missiology (Georges Houssney) 

Islam and Christianity by Abu Daoud

Apologetic and Answers to Difficulties and Questions book by book, verse by verse through the Bible.

Professor James Anderson – Proginosko

Green Baggins – PCA Pastor Lane Keister and other Presbyterians discuss theological issues.

Brandon Addison on Roman Catholicism

Together for the Gospel

Reformed Apologetics 

Andy Naselli – Thoughts on Theology

Biblical Reasoning

I disagree with David Waltz on a lot of things, but he has a lot of great information on historical theology, church history, and the early church fathers.

David Waltz’ Articuli Fidei