Recommended Media (11.26.13)

Desiring GodFree books from Monergism – A lot of good, reformed literature here, all for free!

Desiring God’s book collection – If you’re not aware, check out this list of books put out by Desiring God. And amazingly, they list most of them for free as a PDF download.

Christian Classics Ethereal Library has a ton of free (public domain) Christian classics available such as Athanasius’ On the Incarnation, Anselm’s Proslogium, Augustine’s Confessions, John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, Jonathan Edwards’s Religious Affections, and much much more.

Amazon offers a lot of free public domain books for kindle, such as The Pursuit of God by A.W. Towzer, Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton, or Concerning Christian Liberty by Martin Luther. It’s worth looking around on there, although the translations are normally a little bit choppier than some more contemporary options.

Free eBook: Christ-Centered Preaching and Teaching by The Gospel Project – I haven’t read this; but the list of authors indicates that this will be good as well as demonstrate of wide variety of perspectives.

Check out this awesome Bible study resource–Bible Web App–that allows you to read and compare the English Bible with Greek and Hebrew. Very intuitive. Good for those who may not necessarily know Greek or Hebrew but the ability to dig as little bit deeper into the text. Runs through an internet browser; and it’s free.

Check out the Faithlife online study Bible (see it in use on your web browser) produced by Logos Bible Software. A good free resource for Bible study.

I had this idea a couple days ago as I was sitting in class: what if one used google earth as a tool for studying Bible geography? Guess what; I wasn’t the only one who had this thought. There’s a whole online community that has endeavored to make this sort of study easily available. Read more at Crossway’s webpage here.

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