Websites of Interest
Christian / Theology / Bible Study Sites (Great free resources for serious study in no real order)
Bible.org: home to thousands of articles and bible studies on hundreds of topics. Also home to the NET bible a free online modern translation with thousands of textual notes on difficult textual and translation issues.
Be Thinking: A great resource that describes itself as, "bring[ing] together some of the best possible resources to help you to understand, defend and communicate the Christian faith."
RZIM: The archive library of Ravi Zacharius' sermons are a valuable resource. Dr. Zacharius is skilled at highlighting the difficult problems of human existence, putting them into terms that will resonate with his audience, and then pointing his audience to Christ as the only hope for the human condition.
Monergism.org: About the same as above, but with a narrower theological focus suggested in the title.
Desiring God.org: Over five thousand excellent sources (some of them book length). This is John Piper's website. I cannot encourage you strongly enough to spend much time there; it will serve you soul well.
The Gospel Coalition: This is an excellent site that has been put together by many incredibly gifted pastors and theologians. It is a gift that should be treasured and used often.
Biblical Training: This is site contains the entire audio of several full length classes on a wide range of theological topics (the Gospel Coalitions has this as well). Three notable classes are Tom Schriener's introduction to the New Testament, Bruce Ware's over forty lectures on systematic theology, and Ron Nash's advanced christian worldview class. There are also class on Hermeneutics, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, New Testament Greek, and church history.
Tim Keller Sermons: I know, great name! But I did not know what else to call it. Seriously though, this is a great resource. The sermons are arrange topically. Time Keller does a excellent job of doing expositional preaching with a topical focus. There is much good here for our souls to grow on.
Themelios: This is an online free journal that is produce three times a year. The articles in it are written and/or reviewed by some of the most gifted teachers and scholar that God has given the Church in our generation. If you want to understand issues of theology more deeply, read often from this journal.
Thomas Constable's Notes: This website contains host a book length PDF commentary on each of the sixty six books of the Bible. These are often very helpful.
Free Bible Commentaries: This site also has book length commentaries available for free. In these commentaries Bob Utley has made a special effort to deal with the variation between commentaries. He has also compiled close to a hundred topical studies that can be very helpful.
E- Sword: As far as I know, this is the best free Bible study software available. It allows you to view multiple translations, look up definitions and search using Strong's reference numbers. It makes using the Greek "easy" for beginners, or people with no knowledge of Greek. It also allows you to take notes on any verse and save them in the program for easy reference.
Ligonier Ministries: This site contain hundreds of helpful resources from R. C. Sproul including his excellent classic on the holiness of God.
AlbertMohler.com: Dr. Mohler writes often in response to contemporary issues. Those comments and many other excellent topical articles can be found here.
Moore to the Point: Hosts articles, audio, and a blog by Dr. Russel Moore.
Grace To You: Hosts article, studies, lectures, and sermons from about forty years of John MacArthur's ministry.
9 marks: The title comes from a book by Mark Dever, Nine Marks of a Healthy Church. The site focuses on issues related to the functioning of a healthy gospel centered church.
Tom Schreiner's Faculty Page at SBTS: Several of the faculty pages from the professors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, contain a list of and links to excellent resources that might help you in your studies. Dr. Schreiner's page is eminently helpful.
Helpful Academic Websites
Hickory Christian Academy: I am biased but I love this place.
Renweb: Grades attendance and daily updates
Librivox: This is a great website that has hundreds of free audio recordings many of which are books we use in class. Not all of the recordings are of great quality, but it is certainly worth looking.
Lit2go: This site is similar to Librivox in that it has audio recordings of most of the books we use, the recording are higher quality, the website is more user friendly, the text of the books is also available on the website.
Quizlet: Great way to make flashcards and review for all your favorite subjects
OWL Perdue: A great website for all things writing related.
Exercise Central: An incredible collection of free writing and grammar exercises that you will keep track of your scores in a grade book if you sign up for a free account.
Word History and Etymology: Great source for researching the history or meaning of a word.
Textalyzer: Enter the text of an essay and find out how often you repeat certain words, how long your sentences are, and much, much more. (This is not the phone app of the same name that is designed to prevent people from "texting" when drunk)