These are web-sites that I frequent and enjoy and have found helpful.
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)
Al Mohler (President of Southern Baptist Seminary)
In the midst of apologetics and defense of the Christian Faith, we need to constantly bring our study under worship, singing, and the local church.
Biblical Counseling (ACBC)
Baptismal Regeneration in the Early Church, by Timothy Kauffman (Refutation of the common claim that the early church fathers were unanimous in teaching that water baptism causes one to be born again .)
https://onefold.wordpress.com/ (Brian Culliton’s blog on Roman Catholicism and the Early Church evidence)
Professor James Anderson – Proginosko
Green Baggins – PCA Pastor Lane Keister and other Presbyterians discuss theological issues.
Apologetic Report – links to many articles dealing with Apologetics and Biblical issues.
Chris Whisonant- blog on Baptism in the Early Church and Augustine and other theological issues.
Sam Storms (I disagree with Sam Storms about the miracle-apostolic gifts for today; but in almost every thing else, he is a very good exegete and critical thinker.)
Kim Riddlebarger – (makes a good case for the A-millennial position of Eschatology)
“Rational Christian Discernment” by Jesse: https://rationalchristiandiscernment.blogspot.com/
Creation / Evolution issues:
Two that I like to visit and learn from. David Waltz is a former Jehovah’s Witness, Protestant, Roman Catholic – I am unsure of what church he goes to now, but he is very knowledgeable on church history and the early church fathers and historical theology.
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.
A Roman Catholic blogger named Allan Ruhl.
I disagree with him on every issue of Protestantism vs. Roman Catholicism, but enjoy reading his blog, and appreciate many of his thoughts on moral issues and when he debates Muslims.