Online Bible Study Resources

Bible Study Resources

Whole Bible Commentaries (38 total)

Classic Articles of Reformed Theology

Commentaries/ Reformed Commentaries

Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Bible Hub: Search, Read, Study

Online Commentaries

Online Dictionaries

Bible search tool and Commentaries

Classic Bible Commentaries

Historic Biblical Christianity Articles

The Library of Calvinism and the Reformed Faith

Digest of Biblical Civil Law

The Reformed Theology Source

Grace Commentary Gems

Preterist Archive Online

Genevan Institute for Reformed Studies

Third Millennium Ministries Electronic Books

Bible Cross References

The Biblical and Christian Worldview

Christian Civilization

Presuppositionlism 101: Van Til Articles

Reformed Online Resources

The Trinity Foundation

Online Systematic Theologies

Chart of Protestant Reformers

In Defense of Calvinism

Notable Quotes:

“Agnosticism is epistemologically self-contradictory on its own assumptions because its claim to make no assertion about ultimate reality rests upon a most comprehensive assertion about ultimate reality.” – Cornelius Van Til

“A theologian’s epistemology controls his interpretation of the Bible. If his epistemology is not Christian, his exegesis will be systematically distorted. If he has no epistemology at all, his exegesis will be unsystematically distorted.” – Gordon H. Clark

“I hold that belief in God is not merely as reasonable as other belief, or even a little or infinitely more probably true than other belief; I hold rather that unless you believe in God you can logically believe in nothing else” – Cornelius Van Til

“Anti-theism presupposes Theism” – Cornelius Van Til

“There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry, “Mine!” – Abraham Kuyper

“The question is not if the candidate’s heart is favorable to Christianity, but if he has Christ as his starting point even for politics, and will speak out His name!” – Abraham Kuyper

“Suppose the word mountain meant metaphor, and dog, and Bible, and the United States. Clearly, if a word meant everything, it would mean nothing. If, now, the law of contradiction is an arbitrary convention, and if our linguistic theorists choose some other convention, I challenge them to write a book in conformity with their principles. As a matter of fact it will not be hard for them to do so. Nothing more is necessary than to write the word metaphor sixty thousand times: Metaphor metaphor metaphor metaphor…. This means the dog ran up the mountain, for the word metaphor means dog, ran, and mountain. Unfortunately, the sentence “metaphor metaphor metaphor” also means, Next Christmas is Thanksgiving, for the word metaphor has these meanings as well.” – Gordon H. Clark

“If Christianity goes, the whole of our culture goes. Then you must start painfully again, and you cannot put on a new culture ready-made. You must wait for the grass to grow to feed the sheep to give the wool out of which your new coat will be made. You must pass through many centuries of barbarism. We should not live to see the new culture, nor would our great-great-great-grandchildren: and if we did, not one of us would be happy in it.” – T. S. Eliot

“The moral absolutes rest upon God’s character. The moral commands He has given to men are an expression of His character. Men as created in His image are to live by choice on the basis of what God is. The standards of morality are determined by what conforms to His character, while those things which do not conform are immoral.” – Francis A. Schaeffer

Mr. Kettler is an ordained Presbyterian Elder and the owner of http://www.Undergroundnotes.com where his theological, philosophical and political articles can be read.

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