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Conservative Protestant Christian sources:

These groups typically believe that the Bible is inspired by God, and is inerrant (without error). They follow what they believe to be historical Christian theology. They usually promote conservative social policies concerning human sexuality, equal rights for gays and lesbians, access to abortions, corporal punishment of children, the death penalty, physician assisted suicide, etc.

Caution: Some of the definitions of common religious words used by these sites may be confusing to the average person. They often restrict the term "Christian" to refer to themselves; others might use the term "evangelical Christian." They may use the term "non-Christian" to refer to mainline and liberal Christian groups as well as Muslims, Hindus, followers of Aboriginal and Neo-Pagan religions etc. They have unique definitions for abortion and homosexually related terms, like "pregnancy," "sexual orientation," "lifestyle," etc. This makes attempts at dialogue almost impossible. We have prepared a cross-cultural dictionary to clarify the different meanings assigned to common words by conservative Christians.

Web sites containing lists of links:

Evangelical Resources lists links to conservative Protestant web sites. See: http://www.evangelicalresources.org/

Fundamental Top 500 maintains a list of links to Fundamentalist Christian web site. See:  http://www.fundamentaltop500.com/

Gospel Communications Network (GCN) operates an on-line Christian resource directory called CrossSearch at: http://www.crosssearch.com/

Sites Unseen is a unique topical directory of conservative Protestant web sites covering topics as diverse as church history, house and cell churches, MP3, Podcasts, peace fellowships, pro-life, blogs, etc. Surprisingly, they have a link to this site. See: http://www.zoecarnate.com/

Individual web sites in alphabetic order:

2 Be Friends Christian Community is a conservative Christian web site featuring links to Christian web sites, a chatroom, a guestbook, a network of singles, computer art, etc. See: http://www.2befriends.com/

The 700 Club is a TV program sponsored by the Pat Robertson's group, the Christian Broadcasting Network at http://www.cbn.org/

AdamMeetEve is a Christian singles group which facilitates contact between Christians for pen pals, chat, dating, marriage. It is a "Born Again Christian resource" for English speaking heterosexuals only. See: http://www.adammeeteve.com

Alpha International Institute provides free courses on Christian apologetics, the Bible, evolution v. creation, theology, etc. See: http://www.apologeticscourses.com/

Amazing Facts is a ministry that broadcastings four TV and one live call-in radio program in the U.S. They also have a Bible school, deliver Bible seminars and conduct other projects. See: http://www.amazingfacts.org/

American Family Association is a ministry of Dr. D.E. Wildmon. They publish the AFA Journal. Their frequently engage in economic boycotts, attacks on new religious movements, and attacks on equal rights for homosexuals. See: http://www.afa.net

Apologetics Index, (formerly called Christian Ministry Report & Apologetics Index) is a "one-person online ministry that aims to promote balanced, practical Christianity." See: http://www.apologeticsindex.org/

The Bible Answer Man at http://www.oneplace.com/ is a service of Christian Research Institute. President Hank Hanegraaff answers questions phoned in by listeners.

The Bible Project at http://www.thebibleproject.com/ is a Seventh-day Adventist site that posts stories and articles on health, headline news, reformation, religion, liberty, science and archaeology.

Bible Study Plus contains lectures and other contents by Dr. F. Kenton Beshore. See http://heavenhelpyou.net

The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is at: http://www.graham-assn.org/ The Billy Graham Center Archives is available at: http://www.wheaton.edu/

Born Again Marry is a matrimonial service directed at born-again Christians worldwide. See: http://www.bornagainmarry.com/

The Christian ALERT Network (TCAN) distributes alert messages containing news about perceived threats to the Christian way of life. See: http://www.vvm.com/~ctomlin/

Christian Answers Network a service of Eden Communications which gives Biblical answers, interpreted from an Evangelical Christian perspective. http://www.christiananswers.net/

Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry (CARM) is a counter-cult group that also provides a great deal of information on conservative Christian beliefs. See: http://www.carm.org/

Christian Coalition of America is an organization promoting conservative Christian legislation. At the last national election, they distributed a record 70 million voter guides throughout all 50 states promoting Republican candidates. They are at http://www.cc.org/

The Christian Communication Network helps anti-abortion, pro-life, anti-gay, and pro-heterosexual-family groups communicate their message to the media. See: http://www.maranatha.tv/

Christian Forums provides discussion groups on such subjects as prayer requests, creation science, end times, bible prophecy, and other topics of primary interest to conservative Christians. See: http://christianity.suddenlaunch2.com/

ChristianForumSite.com is a part of Jeffin Ministries, a Pentecostal group. Topics include: Bible studies, Christianity vs the rest, prayer requests, friendly debates, etc. See: http://christianforumsite.com

Christian Prayer Center "is devoted to bringing together the powerful prayers of thousands of faithful Christians, in order to provide personal support for those in need." See: http://www.ChristianPrayerCenter.com

Christian Religion Living, News and Views is an attractive "community based Christian interactive site for devoted conservative Christians." Christia's site contains surveys, topical items with responses from visitors, etc. See: http://www.christianzine.com/

ChristianTractOutreach provides a series of tracts, booklets and bible studies. See: http://www.christiantractoutreach.com

Concerned Women for America is a long-standing conservative religious voice, specializing in women's issues and education. See: http://www.cwfa.org/

Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood promotes firm, biblically-based roles for men and women. They rate organizations according to their concept of gender roles. They are at: http://www.cbmw.org/ 

E4 group logo E4 Group distributes free Bible software on CD, charging only for shipping. Included is the LIbronix Digital Library System. See: https://www.freebiblesoftware.com/

The Eclectic Church emphasizes the universal messages of love and humanism that almost all religions share. See: http://eclecticchurch.org 

EDGES with Mal Fletcher is a magazine program that interprets theology and controversial social issues from a conservative Christian viewpoint. See: http://www.edges.tv

Eternal Path has many articles on the New Age movement, controversial topics, lists of books, links to web sites. etc. See: http://www.eternalpath.com

Evangelical Resources lists links to conservative Protestant web sites. See: http://www.evangelicalresources.org/  

Faith of Choice is a website that compares 16 religions and belief systems, from the position of conservative Protestantism. See: http://www.faithofchoice.com/

Family Research Council is an Fundamentalist Christian political organization located in Washington DC. They specialize in opposing abortion access, comprehensive sex-education, equal rights for gays and lesbians, and same-sex marriage. See: http://www.frc.org/ 

Focus on the Family is perhaps the largest organization in the US which is dedicated toward promoting a conservative view of family life. They are strongly opposed to equal rights for gays, and abortion access. They promote home schooling, discipline by corporal punishment of children and infants as young as 18 months of age, etc.. See http://www.fotf.org/

Free Bible Commentary is an immense personal effort of over 6,000 pages by Dr. Bob Utley, a retired Professor of Hermeneutics with more than 16 years full-time university teaching experience. He beleives that the "Bible is the sole inspired self-revelation of the one true God," and that many other theologians who offer conflicting interpretations are in error because of their inappropriate methods of analysis. See: http://www.freebiblecommentary.org/

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Individual web sites in alphabetic order (continued):

Gospel for Asia is "... a ministry is to reach people in the 10/40 Window who have never heard about God's love. Nearly 3 billion people in the world are still unreached with the Gospel. See: http://www.gfa.org/about/distinctives/

Got Questions? is a web site that gives biblically based Fundamentalist Christian answers to a wide range of common questions. See: http://www.gotquestions.org/

Grand Canyon University allows you to earn a masters degrees conveniently in one of their multiple Online Programs. They are "a student focused institution that provides academically challenging education in a Christian community for students from diverse backgrounds." See: http://www.grand-canyon.edu

Guided Bible Studies provides free bible studies for conservative Protestants. See: http://www.guidedbiblestudies.com/

Hellrazer is a site dedicated for people who are "Born again to raze hell." That is, "to utterly destroy hell to the ground!" See: http://hellrazer.org/

The Heritage Foundation is a conservative think tank promoting "traditional American values". See: http://www.heritage.org

IBelieve.com failed during the dot com crunch of 2000-2001. But it was reconstituted in 2002-JUL. See: http://www.ibelieve.com

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem represents "Bible-believing Christian supporters of Israel" who live in over 80 countries worldwide at: http://www.icej.org.il/

Jesus Devotionals supply daily devotionals and inspirational articles. See: http://www.jesusdevotionals.org/

Jesus-is-Lord is directed at hypocrites and other hell-bound rebels. They offer many hundreds of essays on a wide range of topics, from the Bible to Wicca. See: http://www.jesus-is-lord.com/

Journey with Jesus sponsors "Holy Spirit filled prayer and praise cruses" which feature daily worship services, seminars, bible study, Christian entertainment, etc. See: http://www.webspawner.com/

JTALK is a personal website by Scott Janzen whose mission is: "... to honor God by helping develop a spiritual integrity in the individuals who access this site: to draw men and women closer in their walk with God and to encourage, uplift and motivate others in their conduct, integrity and purity of life". See: http://www.jtalk.ca

The Jubilee Apostolic Church Online is a large web site featuring a free Bible study, materials for youths, and much more. See: http://www.jubileeac.org/

Legion of Angels has a forum and links to other sites on topics such as entertainment, religion and technology. See: http://www.legionofangels.net/

Long Island Youth Mentoring coordinates Christian mentors working on a one-on-one basis with troubled/at risk Christian youth in Long Island, NY. See: http://christianmentor.com/

LordMovie.com shares quality material about holy sites from the Holy Land in the form of downloadable e-books, movie clips and images. See: http://lordmovie.com

The Lord's Hour maintains a radio show 6 days a week on Blog Talk Radio. Their primary focus is on end times prophecy, particularly the coming of the rapture. See: http://www.TheLordsHour.com

Power of Prophecy web site by Texe Marrs discusses "the long prophesied, end-times Beast 666 Universal Human Control System." The site includes a fair bit of anti-Roman Catholic religious material. See: http://www.texemarrs.com

Need Him: This agency offers a toll-free telephone line at 1-888 NEED HIM (1-888-633-3446). Their mission is: "To intentionally present the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people, using all forms of media, and providing a way to respond." Their web site is at: http://www.needhim.com/

Next Wave International contains articles by Max Fletcher and others. See: http://www.nextwaveonline.com This site may be unavailable

The Heavenly Father has a forum, essays on Christ, and a large list of Christian links. Their web site is at: http://theheavenlyfather.com/ Their list of links is at: http://www.theheavenlyfather.com/

Bob Larson Ministries promotes the evils of the occult including Satanism and Wicca. Although these two religions are essentially unrelated, Larson seems to imply that they are both evil and similar. His program "In the Name of Satan" can be seen Thursdays on TBN. His home page is at: http://www.boblarson.org/ 

The Other Side of the News has many essays promoting conservative Christian beliefs opposing equal rights to gays and lesbians. See: http://www.otherside.net/ This site may be unavailable

The People's Gospel Hour is at: http://www.tpgh.org

PostPrayers is a forum created in 2005 to discuss prayer requests, praises, news, advice, etc. See: http://www.postprayers.com/

Promise Keepers sponsor men-only stadium conferences. They are strongly anti-racist, anti-feminist, and anti-homosexual. See: http://www.promisekeepers.org

Pulpit Pimps is a personal web site by Melvin Jones. He has: "grown weary of watching the church get devoured by the wolves and greedy men who want to benefit from the ignorance of their congregations." His particular target are the "Health and Wealth" promoters. See: http://www.pulpit-pimps.org/

Rapture Forums: This is "An interactive community awaiting the return of the Lord Jesus Christ," See: http://www.raptureforums.com/ They have a "rapture dashboard" that estimates on a weekly basis "...how fast we are moving towards the rapture." Last time we looked, on 2008-APR-21, it was at 140 MPH, which is interpreted as "Fasten your seat belts."

Resource Center for Theological Research is a website by Jeff Downs. His site features a resource index & resource blog at: http://www.rctr.org/

Sacred Times Journal is a counter-cult publication published by Evangelical Christians. Their goal is to encourage a positive approach to convert people in new religious movements to Evangelical Christianity. See:  http://www.sacredtribes.com.

SermonAudio has tens of thousands of Fundamentalist and other Evangelical Christina sermons available for free download. See: http://www.sermonaudio.com/

Stand to Reason's "vision is to provide the training to build a new generation of confident, courageous, yet winsome and attractive ambassadors for Christ capable of restoring credibility to the [conservative] Christian world view." See: http://www.str.org/

Tektonics.org Apologetics Ministries provides "scholarly answers to serious questions which are often posed on major and minor elements of the Christian faith." See: http://www.tektonics.org/ 

Theopedia is "an Encyclopedia of Biblical Christianity" and presents a strict Evangelical point of view. It seems to have directly copied the format of the well known Wikipedia web site. See: http://www.theopedia.com/

The Traditional Values Coalition has as its main concerns: religious liberty, preservation of the traditional family, and opposition to abortion access, physician assisted suicide and equal rights for homosexuals. See: http://www.traditionalvalues.org

Tree of Life© provides a custom made Scripture Calendar and a free eCourse entitled "..." See: http://treeoflife.wan.io/

Trinity Foundation Inc. has as a major project, the exposing of frauds and criminal activities within the Evangelical community. See: http://www.trinityfi.org/

United in Truth "Because we are all on the same team" features music, prayer requests, a Bible search, stories, jokes and poems. See: http://www.unitedintruth.com/

Upon Truth is a fundamentalist Christian organization whose main thrust is to oppose naturalism in favor of a literal interpretation of the Bible. See: http://upontruth.com/mission.html

The U.S. Taxpayers Party is somewhat to the right of the Republican Party. They advocate Biblically based laws, smaller government, freer implementation of the death penalty, end to abortion, requiring all judges to be anti-abortion. See: http://www.ustaxpayers.org

The Walking Church teaches that a person does not have to go to a traditional church building in order to come together and worship God. Rev. G.B. McBride has organized an online church to facilitate fellowship among Christian believers. See:  http://www.thewalkingchurch.net

What Christians Want to Know
See is an evangelical web site providing essays dealing with commonly asked topics and questions of interest to Christains. See: http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/

The World Council of Independent Christian Churches (WCICC) is a Fellowship of Churches, Pastors, Schools and Ministries in more than 74 countries, on all continents. They have a series of relief projects in India, Haiti, Peru and Uganda. See: http://www.wcicc.org/ 

Zionline (ZOL) provides "fast, filtered Christian" dial-up Internet access, U.S. and world news from a conservative Christian perspective, Bible search tools, a Church search and many other features. See http://www.zol.com

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