CHURCH HISTORY ON THE WEB
Church History general sites
Sorry, most of the links that used to be here have died sometime in the last 7
- Jan Hus as presented by
the Moravian Church in America
- See below under "Modern Orthodoxy." I should like some suggestions
as to sites devoted particularly to the history of the Eastern churches.
- Time Line of Church
History from an Orthodox perspective
- The Orthodox Church in America's take on Church history
Protestant Church - The Reformation
Protestant Church - Post Reformation
The Modern Church
This section of links can in no way represent the vast diversity of sites on the
Internet. Many of the sites noted above have considerable "modern" content to browse. The sites below
have been added because they either represent major groups (e.g., the Vatican), or they make significant statements
about the state of the modern church in its historical context. There is no attempt to represent any branch of
"liberal" theology, since liberalism, whether Catholic or Protestant, represents a denial rather than an interpretation of any historic Christian faith.
Modern Roman Catholicism
Modern Conservative Protestantism
- The White Horse Inn radio program usually has topics
which are rooted in history and which affect our lives today. We are so often unaware that the issues which seem
so up-to-date have been discussed before. Mike Horton and his crowd will manage to offend you no matter where you
stand, but will always educate!
- The Cambridge Declaration of the Alliance of Confessing
- The Founders
Online is a website devoted to the resurgence of the Doctrines of Grace
("Calvinism") in the Southern Baptist churches
Catholic or Protestant, or, It doesn't matter?
- Catholic Answers
is a collection of pro-Catholic and anti-Protestant apologetics. Its chief target is the Protestant Fundamentalist,
but ironically, like a lot of us, they end up resembling their opponents. Not a place for serious historical or
- Good News for Catholics
is a Protestant Evangelical site which takes the view that Catholicism is a false religion from which people should
be saved by the Gospel.
and Catholics Together is a statement, endorsed by many leaders both Catholic
and Evangelical, of several things which should unite the two groups. The Gift of Salvation, also called "ECT II,"
is a further statement along the same lines. Both were published in the magazine First Things, edited by Richard John Neuhaus,
himself a Lutheran pastor who converted to Catholicism and who is now a priest.
- An article (PDF format) by John Macarthur criticizing Evangelicals and Catholics Together.
- ProtestantErrors.com. The name says it all.
Christian Art & Music (just a few)
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