Below is a list of web sites that I regularly visit. Where available, the description that accompanies the graphic is directly from the web site.
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www.blueletterbible.org Blue Letter Bible is an on-line resource for searching the scriptures in 20 different translations. The web site includes devotionals, daily reading plans, commentaries, Stong’s concordance, Greek and Hebrew translations, and more. This is my go-to page when I’m looking for something.
http://www.waltermartin.com The Reverend Walter Martin held four earned degrees and received his education at Stony Brook School and Shelton College. He completed his Master’s degree at New York University, and his Ph.D. at California Western University. He has authored 12 books, six booklets, and scores of articles. His tracts have been translated into a number of languages and circulated in the millions of copies around the world. He is a recognized authority on religions having their origins in the United States. The late Dr. Donald Grey Barnhouse, named by Billy Graham as one of the foremost Bible Teachers of the 20th Century, once wrote of Dr. Martin, “I know of no one who equals him in this field.” He is widely accepted as the “father” of the Counter-Cult Movement.
www.voe.org Perry Stone is a study in contrasts. He has limited formal education for someone sought after as a Bible expert, yet he’s written more than 40 books. A Southerner, he’s popular in the Northeast. He bases his ministry in a small Tennessee town, yet he impacts the world through television. He is a fourth-generation Pentecostal preacher whose largest group of followers are Baptists—and Roman Catholics are in the top four.
Best known as a teacher of end-times Bible prophecy, his biggest pleasure is poring over the Scriptures—he claims to have put in 60,000 hours of study. Before he retires, he wants to finish a copious study Bible (he was working on it before our interview began). But he also has a vision to build a youth camp that would look like a city in Old Testament Israel.
Stone also defies nearly every stereotype leveled at Pentecostals. Affiliated with the Church of God (Cleveland, Tenn.), he can preach like a Pentecostal but usually teaches in a more academic style. He’s on thousands of TV stations, yet he never asks for money—he says God told him not to. Instead the Lord instructed him: “Trust Me.”