The internet can be a blessing and a curse: there’s so much information on the internet, it’s easy to find what you’re looking for… but a lot of it can be poor quality or misleading. I’ve tried to assemble a list of resources here which are worth bookmarking and knowing about – things which you can trust. If there’s anything missing, do get in touch.
- Bible Gateway – an easy to use online Bible with lots of different translations available. You can even listen to the Bible being read (my tip: choose the version ‘New International Version – UK’ and you can listen to it being read by David Suchet…)
- YouVersion Bible App – if you like to have the Bible as an app. You can download translations to your mobile for offline use.
- Bible in One Year – a Bible app which helps you to read the Bible every day and gives you notes to help you understand it.
- Video Bible Talks – lots of videos on the Bible, designed to be used especially for young people or in small groups.
- Christianity Explored – lots of good videos for people with questions about faith. Also the Christianity Explored, Discipleship Explored and Life Explored courses are all great!
- Speak Life – lots of videos engaging with popular culture and dealing with issues of the day.
- The Bible Applied – videos aimed especially at young people and teenagers.
- BeThinking.org – a website aimed primarily at students with lots of helpful articles about tough questions which people ask.
- Reasonable Faith – the website of William Lane Craig, who often debates atheists and has many articles defending Christianity.
Where to find good books etc.
- 10 of Those – an excellent online shop for all things Christian and book related.
- The Good Book Company – publishers of some great Christian books.
I’ve tried to include a reasonable selection of resources here, but there are plenty on the internet. If there are any you think I should include, or if you want a resource on something specific but it doesn’t come under these headings, please let me know.