Here you will find links to other
websites. They are broken down topically. There are a number of
Reformed websites listed. They have a range of beliefs. Some
are radically conservative, while others
are more ecumenical in their doctrine. Either way, you will
discover a treasure-trove of information at each site. I've also
included a number of links to sites that do not subscribe to reformed
doctrine. We need to know what non-believers, liberals, and
others are saying.
Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) has created an online
library entitled "Theological Commons." It has 120,000 digital texts of historical
significance. You'll find a link below under Reformed Sites, though
not all materials are doctrinally reformed. Princeton's liberal
reputation post-1920 makes many of their own publications theologically
suspect. Nonetheless, it is an invaluable and much-appreciated library
Software and Texts
Sunday School Resources
Classics and History
Catholic Encyclopedia (Caution: Roman Catholic theology, but excellent scholarship)
Atheism and Agnost.
The Khan Academy - Reformation
Khan Academy - Math, Humanities, Etc.