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The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments with the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical Books of the Old Testament
An extensive Bible resource site offering search and study avenues utilizing all the major translations —
Daily meditation on the lectionary readings.
An extensive online resource to the Bible
Easy to use Bible dictionary with concise descriptions and explanations.
Got a tongue twister, look it up and hear it spoken correctly.
Lots of resources on all aspects of the Bible.
A comprehensive, up to date, annotated directory of good academic New Testament internet resources. Clear, easy to navigate, and fast-loading.
Why its part of the Bible.
Classic Christian books in electronic format, selected for your edification. There is enough good reading material here to last you a lifetime.
A compassionate response of the Episcopal Church to human suffering in the world.
The newsletter for the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina
A collection of Lectionary resources for the Episcopal Church — The Lectionary readings for Sunday’s, Daily Offices, Feast Days and a whole lot more —
A mega-site everything lectionary.
Another Lectionary resource site for the Episcopal Church
An amazing site chock full of everything you could want to know about the week’s readings
Complete year of Lesser Feasts and Fasts as well as Holy Days — Great explanations with lectionary readings and collects.
On-line Books of Common Prayer — Provides lots of links to many editions and formats from PDF to Palm Pilot —
The website for University of the South’s Education for Ministry, a lay person’s four year program of seminary study.
The latest news from the Episcopal Church USA.
The latest news from the world wide Anglican Communion.
Click on the province and see list for churches and their web site links if available.
His own web site with lots of info and links.
Links to directories of Episcopal churches, institutions and organizations.
Cursilo helps to renew and deepen Christian commitment.
Happening is a Christian experience presented by teenagers for teenagers with the help of clergy and lay adult leadership.
A witness of God’s inclusive love to the Episcopal Church and the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community.
Leave a question about the Bible to be answered by an AABS member via e-mail.
A thorough Episcopal blog covering the gamut of topics.
All things Presbyterian.
All things United Methodist.
Connects readers to the Lutheran Bible Translators, a group devoted to Bible translation and literacy work around the world.
All you could want to know or learn about Taize.
Maintained by the Global Jewish Information Network, this site gives you access to about two dozen links involving Torah and Talmudic research.
A clearinghouse of information about the Catholic Church, including links to the Catholic Encyclopedia, the Vatican News Service, the complete Summa Theologica, and much more.
Got a hymn bouncing around in your head and HAVE TO hear it? This is the place.
Lots of Midi Files to listen to.
No description will do this site justice, You must visit to appreciate. Tunes, texts, hymnals (5,000+), people and way more.
Music and prayers from Taizé.
That’s right where else do you put a book store than under FUN!
And our own unofficial diocesan bookstore right across the street.
Daily cartoons with a message.
The Library of Congress’s exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Dr. James D. Tabor, professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, provides information on a variety of topics including Hellenistic/Roman religion and philosophy, archaeology and the Dead Sea Scrolls, Christian Origins and the New Testament and ancient Israel.
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