The following is a list of ministries and organizations that I would recommend in helping your pursuit of truth in manners of theology, philosophy, science, ministry, and practical living.

  • Alexander Pruss’s Blog:  Alexander Pruss is a Christian philosopher at Baylor University who updates his blog with pressing questions and critiques of many ideas.
  • Bio-Complexity:  Bio-Complexity is a peer review journal with a specific goal of testing the scientific merit of intelligent design.
  • BioLogos Forum:  An organization reconciling science with religion.  BioLogos is a key proponent of evolution in the TE-ID debate.
  • Center for Science and Culture at Discovery Institute:  The Discovery Institute is the leading organization on intelligent design pressing issues with the natural sciences and social sciences.
  • Christian Classics Ethereal Library:  The CCEL is a resource that makes classical writings from early Christian philosophers and theologians available for use.
  • Closer to Truth:  A website/show devoted to the pursuit of truth asking questions of science, philosophy, and theology presenting views from multiple sides.  Here you will find hours of audio/visual resources.
  • Desiring God:  The website for John Piper’s Desiring God ministry.  Resources include sermon audio/visuals, articles, and other ministry aids.
  • Evolution News & Views:  The Discovery Institute is the leading organization on intelligent design.  Here you will find articles, news updates, and resources to keep you informed on the evolution/ID debate.
  • Evangelical Philosophical Society:  The EPS is an academic society composed of Christian philosophers with a journal published biannually.
  • Faith and Evolution:  This website is devoted to help with answering questions pertaining to how evolution relates to Christianity.
  • Intelligent Design Information:  Find common questions, answers, definitions, policies, and positions of the intelligent design movement.
  • International Society for Complexity, Information, and Design:  The ISCID is a cross-disciplinary professional society that investigates complex systems apart from external programmatic constraints like materialism, naturalism, or reductionism. The society provides a forum for formulating, testing, and disseminating research on complex systems through critique, peer review, and publication. Its aim is to pursue the theoretical development, empirical application, and philosophical implications of information- and design-theoretic concepts for complex systems.
  • Mars Hill Church, Seattle:  The  website for Mark Driscoll’s church including audio/visual resources.
  • Ph.D. Scientist Dissent from Darwin Statement:  A signed statement by credentialed scientists who are skeptical of the claims of random mutation and natural selection to account for the complexity of life.
  • Please Convince Me:  PCM is a ministry developed to train Christians to defend their faith in a conversational way.
  • Reasonable Faith:  The website for William Lane Craig, Christian philosopher and theologian.  You may view weekly Q&A’s, popular and published scholarly articles, interactive message forum, and podcast.
  • Reasons to Believe:  The website for Hugh Ross’ ministry with resources for developing a consistent biblical understanding of science and Scripture.
  • Stephen C. Meyer:  Stephen Meyer’s website containing articles and media related to intelligent design.
  • To Write Love on Her Arms:  TWLOHA is an organization devoted to helping those who are suffering who may be contemplating self-destruction and suicide.
  • Uncommon Descent:  The blog of ID proponents Michael Behe and William Dembski.
  • Veritas Forum:  The Veritas Forum is a society that has a compilation of online materials of modern scholarship that deals with Christian truths.
  • XXX Church:  This is an organization devoted to helping those who struggle with sexual sin and self-esteem problems.  The site provides blogs, videos, accountability software, and other resources to help in the fight for purity.

These organizations are not necessarily connected to me nor do they necessarily support me or the other organizations listed.

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