New Pages to Visit


It is time to update my blogroll again. I have few new web sites and blogs for you to visit. I think you will appreciate this variety of new places to visit. Of course, I don’t necessarily endorse everything that is going on at these sites, but the goal here is to open you up to some resources that are available.

Follow the Rabbi: From their ‘Philosophy’ section:

Over 3,800 years ago, God spoke to Abraham: “Go, walk through the length and breadth of the land, for I am giving it to you” (Gen. 13:17). From the outset, God’s choice of a Hebrew nomad was linked to the selection of a specific land where God’s redemptive work would take place. For us to better understand God’s plan and purpose for his people, we must first understand the nature of the place he selected for them.

This site is part of Ray Vanderlaan’s work That The World May Know. You will find tons of resources here to help you understanding of the Bible.

Thirdmill. From their ‘about’ section:

Third Millennium Ministries’ mission is to equip church leaders in their own lands by creating a multimedia seminary curriculum in five major languages in fifteen years.

You will find bible studies, multi-media, seminary level resources, books, and much, much more. This site is from a Reformed theological position, but you will be able to work through some of that stuff and get to the meat that matters.

The Threshing Floor. This is the blog of a friend of mine, Phil Miller. Phil doesn’t post too often, but when he does you can be sure it is worth the time to read it. Stop by and see Phil sometime.

I’ll be adding these to my blogroll. Have a visit.



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