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Science & Faith | Back to Top
Highly recommended website founded by Dr Francis Collins who was the Director of the Human Genome Project.
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion is an academic research enterprise based at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge. There material can vary form entry level to highly complex enquiry and science philosophy.
Created by Matt Summerfield CEO of the Urban Saints youth organisation but with material for both adults and teens. Highly recommend 42 as a starting place.
CPAS (Church Pastoral Aid Society) review and rate discipleship products. Reliable source of opinion.
Excellent series of booklets, often the first in print on particular ethical and missional issues. Evangelical and Anglican
Excellent Blog by Ian Paul, (Professor, Associate Minister, St Nic’s, Nottingham) really good on ethical issues, in particular a compassionate concerned voice in the recent debates on sexuality. Well worth a subscribe.
Regular Podcast from St Paul’s Theological College, Theologians Graham Tomlin (also now the Bishop of Kensington), Mike Lloyd, Jane Williams and the occasional guest speaker get together to discuss burning issues of God, theology, life and more. Really helpful both at entry level and above.
Ben Witherington’s Blog. Its a mix of content but when he writes on biblical & theological issues he is well worth a read.
Bishop Tom Wright is the most influential evangelical Biblical Scholar today. Writes are Tom Wright in his popular books and N T Wright when it is academic. This is a site linking to many hundreds of free resources.
Professor Larry Hurtados Blog often focuses on New Testament history and early Christian studies.
Good quality New Testament scholar
Fulcrum is a network of evangelical Anglicans, seeking to renew the centre of the evangelical tradition and the centre of Anglicanism,the site reflects their intelligent orthodox point of view.
Online theological journal
Counselling & Pastoral Care | Back to Top
Website with helpful insights into pastoral care in a church environment
The writer of the book ‘The Wounded Healer’ now runs his own training organisation in the US. Blog contains helpful and interesting articles.
Famous evangelistic family focused organisation with a variety of articles.
A couple who run a non-religious affairs recovery website and training – though it seems to have a strong Christian faith undergirding it.
Theos is the UK’s leading religion and society think tank. Always worth referencing on a wild range of ethical issues.
Living Out is co-ordinated by three Christian leaders who experience same sex attraction. They hold an orthodox view on sexuality and speak powerfully from personal experience.
Prayer | Back to Top
Organisation behind 27-7 prayer rooms, loads of prayer ideas.
Daily Prayer from the Common Worship
Children’s Work & Assemblies | Back to Top
Some resources for assemblies in schools
The best app for Bible study with masses of free resources. Their own translation is provided so you will need to buy your favourite but it slot right into the study notes that are included. Has a large free Bible Dictionary too.
Another Bible app with devotionals
Two good online resources for the most popular evangelistic courses.
A selection of good online Christian magazines …