Resources for Christian Growth
When using resources to study the Bible, “Prove all things; hold fast [to] that which is good” (1 Thessalonians 5:21).
The New King James Version (NKJV) Bible is an update of the King James Version and uses the same Greek New Testament text.
The King James Study Bible (King James Version, KJV) by Thomas Nelson Publishers is an excellent study Bible that supplies commentary, doctrinal (teaching) footnotes, personality profiles and information on Biblical archeological sites.
Bible Gateway is a helpful tool for looking up key words and passages in multiple translations of the Bible.
Blue Letter Bible provides a useful Interlinear Tool next to each researched Bible verse, which includes a translation and word study (based on Strong's Numbers) of Hebrew and Aramaic (Old Testament) words and Greek (New Testament) words based on the KJV translation.
Single Volume Bible Commentaries
The Believer’s Bible Commentary by William MacDonald provides conservative and easy to understand explanations for most verses of the Bible. The New Testament and the books of Psalms, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes and Messianic prophecies of the Old Testament are given verse by verse comments while the remainder of the Old Testament receives paragraph by paragraph comments.
The King James Version Bible Commentary (Ed Hindson and Woodrow Kroll, General Editors) generally supplies helpful explanations for a majority of Scripture verses from conservative scholars. The amount of detailed comments of a book of the Bible varies by each commentator.
Systematic Theology Book
Basic Theology: A Popular Systematic Guide to Understanding Biblical Truth by Charles C. Ryrie is a good general systematic theology book. His writing aims to teach an orderly summary of major biblical doctrines so that anyone can understand them.
The Middletown Bible Church website provides sound articles on a number of theological topics.
The Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal (DBSJ) is a journal that produces scholarly articles from a Christian fundamentalist perspective. Back issues are available online.
Creation Ministry Websites
The Institute for Creation Research (ICR), Creation Ministries International and Answers in Genesis supply valuable scientific and theological insight from a young earth perspective. They produce books, magazines and articles that properly take Genesis chapters 1–11 as a historical narrative.
Demolishing Evolutionary Strongholds Book
Evolution's Achilles' Heels explains fatal flaws of eight pillars of evolutionary theory by nine qualified Ph.D. scientists.
The New Answers Book 1 by Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis (General Editor) Biblically and scientifically answers over 25 of the most important questions on Creation versus evolution and the Bible.
Dinosaurs and the Bible
A chapter from The New Answers Book 1 titled "What Really Happened to the Dinosaurs?" describes how dinosaurs fit within the Biblical time-frame of a young earth.
Acts and Facts is a free monthly magazine by The Institute for Creation Research with current and back issues available online.
Creation Magazine is a family-friendly magazine by Creation Ministries International that covers "nature, history, science, the Bible and related subjects." The Creation Magazine archive contains some free articles from current and previous issues.
Countering Bill Nye's Video Against Creationism
Elizabeth Mitchell’s article titled "Bill Nye’s Crusade for Your Kids" shows that Bill Nye confuses historical (origins) science with experimental (operational) science and exposes his weak evolutionary arguments.
Evidence for a Young World
"Evidence for a Young World" by D. Russell Humpreys shows how certain processes in nature indicate a young world rather than an old world.
Refuting The Da Vinci Code
Ron Rhodes of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries has written an article refuting The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown titled “Crash Goes The Da Vinci Code”.
Christian Fundamentalist Blog
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