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Part 2 of 2: List of evangelical Christian web sites
by churches, para-church groups, & individuals

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This list is continued from Part 1

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Individual web sites in alphabetic order (Continued):

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

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

Evangelical Resources lists links to conservative Protestant web sites. See:  

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

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: 

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

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:

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:

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

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: This site was offline on 2015-MAY-04.

Guided Bible Studies provides free bible studies for conservative Protestants. See:

The Heritage Foundation is a conservative think tank promoting "traditional American values". See: helps "... women wrestle with the deeper issues of how their faith relates to the world around them. ... Read daily devotions for women, blogs by your favorite Christian female bloggers, articles on faith, relationships, health and beauty, food and home, and motherhood. also provides Christian ecards and ... distributes free newsletters on various topics. See:

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem represents "Bible-believing Christian supporters of Israel" who live in over 80 countries worldwide. See:

Jesus Devotionals supply daily devotionals and inspirational articles. See: This web site may be off line.

Jesus-is-Lord is directed at the "unsaved." They offer many hundreds of essays on a wide range of topics, from the Bible to Wicca. See:

Jesus Videos, were created by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormons, on You Tube. The Foundation for the Advancement of Religion Online (FARO), will send them by email, five each week for 19 weeks, at no cost. See: shares quality material about holy sites from the Holy Land in the form of downloadable e-books, movie clips and images. See:

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:

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 and anti-gay material. See:

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:

Next Wave International contains articles by Max Fletcher and others. See: This site may be unavailable

Bob Larson Ministries promotes the belief that the occult -- including Satanism and Wicca -- is evil. Although these two religions are essentially unrelated, Larson seems to imply that they are both evil and similar. He claims to be "... the world's foremost expert on cults, the occult, and supernatural phenomena." His program "In the Name of Satan" can be seen Thursdays on TBN. His home page is at: 

The People's Gospel Hour is at:

PostPrayers is a forum that discusses prayer requests, praises, news, advice, etc. See:

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Promise Keepers sponsor men-only stadium conferences. They are strongly anti-racist, anti-feminist, and anti-LGBT. There is one very unusual feature of their web site. It is not all free. It is necessary to pay $24.99 a year to gain access to parts of the site. See:

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:

Rapture Forums: This is "An interactive community awaiting the return of the Lord Jesus Christ," See: They have a "rapture dashboard" that estimates on a weekly basis " fast we are moving towards the rapture." When we looked, on 2008-APR-21, it was at 140 MPH, which is interpreted as "Fasten your seat belts." Seven years later, on 2015-MAY-05. it was 169 MPH with the same message. SermonAudio has tens of thousands of Fundamentalist and other Evangelical Christina sermons available for free download. See:

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:

Tekton Education and Apologetics Ministries provides "scholarly answers to serious questions which are often posed on major and minor elements of the Christian faith." See:

Theopedia is "an Encyclopedia of Biblical Christianity" and presents a strict Evangelical point of view. See:

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:

Trinity Foundation Inc. has as a major project: the exposing of religious frauds and criminal activities. See:

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:

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: 

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