The List


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

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Contact me here if you have additions, changes or suggestions. Also, since I have not heard the majority of these teachers, please let me know if are inaccurate in their teaching (my concern is with major stated doctrines and not with minor differences of opinion). Updated December 28, 2013.


A lot of what you find on these 40+ pages are a result of L. S. Chafer and his founding of Dallas Theological Seminary, which was, at one time, the seminary in the United States. One of his students was Lieutenant Colonel R. B. Thieme, Jr., who took what he learned in Dallas Theological Seminary and developed a unique ministry founded upon the ICE approach to the teaching of Scripture (Isagogics, Categories and Exegesis). There are 3 areas in which the colonel made a fundamental impact upon Christianity in the 20th and 21st centuries: (1) he taught the mechanics of Christianity; (2) he developed an up-to-date Christian vocabulary; and (3) he emphasized the verse-by-verse teaching of the Word of God above all else in the assemblage of the local church. R. B. Thieme’s Obituary. The comments of his guest book.


I have compiled these links from links given on doctrinal websites, and then from links of those links. I have not verified that each source provides accurate doctrine. For me, I look at two things: is salvation by faith alone in Christ alone; and do they explain rebound (1John 1:9) accurately (silently naming your sins to God in order to have your fellowship with Him restored). One of the sites which I came across, one started emphasizing repentance when it came to the naming of one’s sins to God, despite the fact that there is nothing in the 1st chapter of John about repentance (nor is there anything about repentance in any rebound passage). I must admit to also being concerned when a church does not begin their service without rebounding (privately naming one’s sins to God). There is at least one ministry listed below where that is not a part of their standard operating procedure (I personally attended the church when out of town). When considering putting yourself under the authority of this or that teacher, keep these things in mind.


Secondary, but absolutely important issues include: do they teach dispensationalism; is their ministry a grace ministry, which means, do they pester your for money (there is nothing wrong with providing a place on a website to give, as long as it is not tied to receiving doctrinal information). Obviously, a pastor-teacher and other church personnel will receive salaries, and there is nothing wrong with that. I am just saying that, you ought to be discerning and not assume that, just because someone is listed below, that they have been properly vetted by me.


I have a statement of faith at my website, and what they teach ought to be in agreement with that statement. Most of these churches have similar statements of faith posted on their websites.


I have just added to this list what appear to be 3 online churches, although one is properly more of an online ministry than a church. This list follows the list of doctrinal churches.


There are a lot of excellent doctrinal materials available online for kids, as this ought to be a focus for any parent with children (all parents need to teach their children the truth). I have also heard of some mothers having vacation Bible schools in their homes, and that is an excellent idea. I have placed these links under other ministries. There is nothing more important than the parent teach their children Bible doctrine.


God has made Bible doctrine easily available to all believers. In many cases, even if you are geographically isolated, you can locate your right pastor and get under his teaching ministry, even if his church is 2000 miles away. This is phenomenal grace which God has given us. Given the times which we are in, we need to avail ourselves of His grace.


The locations below are linked to a map. Exact addresses and phone numbers are generally available at their websites.


This list was compiled from links of various doctrinal churches, as well as suggestions from other believers, so I cannot guarantee that each and every church is doctrinally straight. Much of what these churches offer online will expand beyond what I have indicated as the years go on.

These churches are arranged in order of the state in which they are located. If the location is a link, that will lead you to directions to that church.


Please contact me if you believe that I ought to update any of the information below.

Buyer Beware: This information is presented as buyer-beware. Just because a pastor uses a familiar vocabulary does not mean that he teaches accurate doctrine nor does it mean that he is fulfilling his commission as a teacher of the Word of God. I recall hearing the teaching of a pastor, via MP3, and I would have sworn that he was teaching almost word-for-word from R. B. Thieme, Jr. (except that he was not as interesting). I have been to one of the churches in Little Rock, Arkansas, and, even though the people and the pastor seemed quite nice and friendly, I did not hear the rebound technique mentioned (restoration to fellowship; restoration to the spiritual life). This is quite important for spiritual growth, and was surprised that it was not mentioned by this pastor. R. B. Thieme, III mentioned one pastor (not by name) who came out of Berachah and is now teaching covenant theology. I have heard from one person that several churches in the east may be cults. An email that I got from one of those pastors read as follows: If you check the exegesis notes of Rev 18 you will see documentation that the United States of America will not recover spiritually, nor will there be a pivot generation. Sad to say, this once great nation has become Satan's premier example of a political entity, just as Catholicism is his premier example of a religion. Both are known as Babylon, and Babylon refuses to be healed. Jer 50 & 51 Our duty is to shine as lights in a dark place, but Babylon will fall due to her excesses and rebellion against God. Although many of us see the United States as a nation greatly blessed by God, we tend not to interpret the book of Revelation or Old Testament prophetical books as speaking of the United States prophetically. So, yes, on the one hand, you ought to be in a doctrinal church; however, on the other hand, be careful that you have not gotten into a cult. I have been told in an email that one of these churches is a cult, where you are separated from family and friends, where the pastor is very charismatic and overbearing. On the other hand, when I investigated this particular allegation, the person making the allegation seemed to ramble on a great deal and he did not convince me. Many have accused Berachah Church of being a cult, which it certainly is not.

It is not out of the question that someone would adopt the vocabulary developed by R. B. Thieme, Jr. and use this in order to exercise undue influence over his congregation. It is okay, within a church, particularly if you are just beginning there, to question what is being taught and to read material which asserts a different viewpoint. There are several sites which list the characteristics of a cult. Bear in mind that, having 1 or 2 or 3 of these characteristics does not a cult make. Here are some sites where cult characteristics are discussed:

http://www.deceptionbytes.com/content/twenty-characteristics-cult

http://www.prem-rawat-talk.org/forum/uploads/CultCharacteristics.htm

http://www.apologeticsindex.org/268-characteristics-of-cults

Another accusation which has been made against some of the pastors below is, they simply parrot what R. B. Thieme, Jr. taught. I have heard a lesson from one person (I don’t think that he is listed below) where he sounded as if he was teaching word-for-word what Bob taught. Even though a pastor might have learned most of his doctrine in Berachah Church and uses the vocabulary that R. B. Thieme, Jr. developed, his study has to be based upon his own study of the Bible. If a pastor has done little but parrot Bob’s teaching for a few years, it is questionable whether he is functioning properly as a pastor-teacher.

Of the churches below, I can personally vouch for pastors Thieme, Griffin, Dean, McLaughlin, and Ingram. My guess is, Bumgardner and Mattox are also reliable. My guess is, most of the men below are honest teachers of the Word of God; however, I have not had the time to personally examine each and every one of them. Therefore, buyer beware.

If you are anywhere near one of these churches, that is probably where you need to be, even if it is a small congregation of 10 or 20 people (assuming the pastor is truly doctrinal). Having attended a taper’s church for several years and knowing a variety of people who drifted in and out of this and other such churches, I have found that those who go off on their own, so to speak, tend to become a little (or a lot) more nutty than the rest. Look at going to a doctrinal church as placing you in God’s geographical will at least 3 or 4 hours a week.

The following churches appear to be inactive, so they have been removed The Desert Valley Church, pastored by Chet Pittman (which may have morphed into Arizona Grace Bible Church?); Mills River Bible Church pastored by Stan Newton. If I cannot find this church through a google search and if it’s link is no longer good, then I removed it.

Many of these churches can be found here:

http://www.bibledoctrinehealthmovement.com/pastor-teachers-and-churches.html where the graphics are much cooler.

Doctrinal Churches

Church

Pastor

Website

Location

Exegesis/Doctrines

Doctrinal Studies Bible Church

Ron Adema

http://www.doctrinalstudies.com/

Birmingham, AL

There is a searchable database and you can download whole series from this database, both WMA, MP3 files and notes.

Doctrinal Bible Church

Drew Smith

http://www.dbc-hsv.org/index.html

Huntsville, AL

About 50 or so audio lessons available online

West Side Bible Church

Larry Hofmann

http://www.westsidebiblechurch.org/

Glendale, AZ

Class notes for previous Bible class

Barah Ministries

Rory Clark

http://www.barahministries.com

Mesa, AZ

Over 100 audio lessons online

Finished Work Fellowship

Lee Griffith

http://gracebasics.blogspot.com/

Prescott Valley, AZ

Free resources e.g. MP3 studies; but you must contact them; website set up like a blog, so it is more difficult to maneuver through it

Arizona Grace Bible Church

(Robert McLaughlin)

http://www.azgbible.org/index.php

Tucson. AZ

These meet weekly in a private home as an independent church

Grace Bible Church

Mark Goad

http://www.gracebiblechurchministries.com/

Hot Springs, AR

5 doctrines and one lesson online; I don’t know if there are more or if this church is just beginning

Heart’s Journey Community

Ric Webb

http://hjcommunity.org/

Little Rock, AR

About 2 years of sermons available online; my recollection of this church was, I don’t recall the pastor suggesting rebound before he began teaching

He Ekklesia

Michael Eubanks

http://www.he-ekklesia.org/

North Little Rock, AR

About 50 doctrines online and numerous audio studies; I did not see any exegeted books of the Bible

Amador Bible Church

Billy J. Puryear

http://www.amadorbible.org/

Jackson, CA

MP3 lessons are removed; translation of most of the NT available online on alternate site as well as 14 doctrines

Although this church appears to be shut down, Puryear appears to continue to work on various Bible studies. His notes are posted here: http://www.amadorbiblestudies.org/

Church of Hope

It appears to be 2 young men still in seminary?

http://www.churchofhopeontheweb.org/ and

http://www.facebook.com/churchofhope

Laguna Woods (Laguna Hills?), CA

The first website includes some of the lessons which are available; you have to search the website for additional lessons. This appears to be a new ministry.

Grace Bible Church

Thomas Tyree, Jr.

http://www.egracebiblechurch.org/default.htm

Costa Mesa, CA

40 doctrines listed online; no mp3's online

Grace Chapel

Dr. John Niemela or

George Meisinger?

No website for the church but probably associated with:

http://www.chafer.edu/

1800 E. La Veta Avenue; Orange, CA 92866

(714) 288-2826 or (714) 288-9555? For online resources, see:

http://www.chafer.edu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=73&Itemid=67

Coast Bible Church

Colonel Ridge Ryan

http://www.coastbiblechurch.org/pwsite/index.php

San Juan Capistrano, CA

No online resources. Although rebound is found under what we believe, there are also small group meetings, which concerns me

Front Range Bible Church

Mark Perkins

http://www.frontrangebiblechurch.com/

Denver, CO

This is a new website and it is now very well organized with easy access to more than a dozen studies

North Stonington Bible Church

Larry Chappell and Steve Masalin?

http://www.nsbiblechurch.org/

North Stonington, CT

Although this website is new, there are a few Bible series online

Preston City Bible Church

David J. Roseland,

http://prestoncitybible.org

Preston, Connecticut

6 sets of lessons available for download along with powerpoint presentations; online real time services

Lighthouse Bible Church

John Farley

http://www.lbible.org/ http://www.johnfarley.org/

Deerfield Beach, FL

This is a fairly new church with audio lessons online from 2009 (Romans and Spiritual Gifts)

Makarios Bible Church

Ron Snider

http://www.makarios-bible-church.org/index.html

Sarasota, FL

They lease from a 7th Day Adventist church but are not affiliated with them; over 100 doctrines available online (formats: audio, Worddoc, pdf); 6 years of lessons in a real audio format and as Worddocs (mp3 lessons can be ordered)

Hope Bible Church

Stuart Wolf

http://www.hbcpinellas.org/

St. Petersburg, FL


About 20 Real Audio lessons; about 30 doctrines online, several unique to this site; also the written exegesis for 8 books are available online as well

Grace Doctrine Church

John Voisey?

http://www.gracedoctrinechurch.net/index.html

Clearwater (Tampa Bay), FL

no online material, apart from the doctrinal statement

Albany Bible Church

Peter Daughtry

http://www.albanybiblechurch.org/

Albany, Ge

Nothing on the site yet

Grace Atlanta Bible Church

Matt Kasper

http://graceatlanta.org/

Atlanta, GE

Recent change of pastor here; the doctrinal information was accurate but sparse

Wenstrom Bible Ministries

Bill Wenstrom

http://www.wenstrombibleministries.org/

Marion, Iowa

There is a lot of music available (25 songs); also 14 studies and 2 publications can be ordered; ~100 doctrines available online, hundreds of mp3 lessons available for download (in the audio library, use drop down series selection). A unique feature of this ministry is “word studies”

Panoplia Bible Church

LTC William E. Stebbins Jr.

http://www.panopliabiblechurch.org/welcome/

Bonner Springs, KS 66012

About 70 lessons online with slides, notes and audio

Eagle Point Grace Bible Church

Bob Norris

http://www.eaglepointgracebiblechurch.org/

Tecumseh, Kansas

Barely a handful of lessons online, but 3–4 lessons a week are being taught; a new church

Grace Memorial Bible Church

J. Rahrer

http://gmbc.ods.org/

Madisonville, LA

4+ years of audio lessons and several doctrines available for download (access requires password)

Eusebia Bible Church

Ed Collins

http://www.eusebeia.org

Rehoboth, MA

4 meetings/week; audio lessons available online going back to 2009

Some sermons are here: http://video.yahoo.com/people/5662497

Grace Fellowship Church

James H. Rickard

http://www.gracedoctrine.org/index.htm

Plainville, MA

Very extensive list of MP3 files and written doctrines available online; doctrines listed in alphabetical order so they can be found in the MP3 studies (or ordered)

Grace Bible Church

Robert McLaughlin

http://www.gbible.org/

Somerset, MA

Recently taught classes MP3 files; over 40 downloadable doctrines and about 20 booklets to be ordered or downloaded. CD’s of lessons can be ordered. Lessons can be viewed or listened to online or downloaded.

Fellowship Chapel

Mike Kenley

http://fellowshipchapel.info/

Jarretsville, MD

Buyer beware, here; I listed this church because it is associated with Charlie Clough, but I could not find rebound listed under their doctrines and it appears to be a once/week church?

Metropolitan Bible Church

Robert Kreger

http://www.angelfire.com/mt/tabor/mbcbulletinboard.html

http://www.angelfire.com/mt/tabor/bibledoctrine.html

Mayville, Battle Creek, Pontiac, Michigan

Only 2 meetings/week; about 200 audio lessons available on line; some written doctrines and exegesis as well

Iron Range Bible Church

John L. Griffith

http://www.ironrangebible.com/

 Aurora, MN

An extensive online resource including verse by verse studies of 14 books, 14 topics (notes and audio files) and 5 online booklets

Clarissa Bible Church

Peter Tranvik

http://www.clarissabible.org/

Clarissa, MN

Recent MP3 files (about 10 or so)

Grace Gospel Bible Church

Dave Knutsen

http://www.gracegospelbiblechurch.org/

Edina, MN

MP3's and PDF’s for about a month’s teaching (I guess to help church members keep up)

Duluth Bible Church

Dennis Rokser

http://www.duluthbible.org/

Duluth, MN

You can listen online to the past dozen or so messages; several booklets available online; podcasts (MP3's)and streaming video for one lesson

Itasca Bible Church

Shawn Laughlin

http://www.itascabible.org/

Grand Rapids, MN

Two dozen messages available online

Beth Haven Church

Jim Kahler

http://homepage.mac.com/bhcnews/index.html

Kansas City, MO

All their audio files are posted online; all or portions of about 25 books are now downloadable from their site

Grace Doctrine Church

Joe Griffin

http://www.gdconline.org/default.aspx

St. Charles, MO

Exegetical and doctrinal studies as MP3 files are available from the website directly

Additional study material can be found here: http://www.joegriffin.org/

Believers Bible Church

Dr. Lonnie Hofer

http://www.bbcomaha.org/index.html

Omaha, NE

about 18 lessons posted; weekly meetings only; recent change of pastor (2010)

Aletheia Bible Church

 

I don’t know if this really exists. I called the number I got off the internet and it was not a church. There is no website.


1740 Faith Ct NE

Albuquerque, NM 87112

 I am listing this based upon the recommendation of someone

Growing in Grace Church

Pastor Dominick Rodriguez

http://www.lvggc.org/

Las Vegas, NV

Online sermons going back to 2007. 8 booklets online

Upland Bible Church

Richard J. Olsen

http://www.uplandbiblechurch.org/

Las Vegas, NV

several studies can be ordered online

Chafer Theological Seminary

George Meissinger

http://www.chafer.edu/

New Mexico

New address is not listed; doctrinal studies and info available through a search engine; a few pdf publications as well

Grace and Truth

Bible Ministries

Mike Lemmon

http://www.gtbm.org/

Apalachin, NY

1½ years of audio lessons online; about 40 doctrines available as well

There is also a live video or audio feed for this church available at this site.

Faith Bible Church

James Allen

http://www.aliveandpowerful.com/

Long Island, NY

About 30 doctrines online, along with the notes to his sermons; I did not see any MP3 files

Grace Bible Church

Donnie Preslar

http://www.gracebible-church.org/metadot/index.pl?id=0

Charlotte, NC

No MP3's online; the free literature took me to a generic Bible Gateway search page

Triangle Bible Church

Mark Newbold

http://www.trianglebiblechurch.org/index.htm

Raleigh, NC

Generous archive of class notes, class charts and audio lessons

Lake Erie Bible Church

Ken Reed

http://lakeeriebiblechurch.org/

Concord, OH

Generous archive of written doctrines and audio lessons (you have to download the index to know what’s what)

Maranatha Church

Jack Ballinger

http://www.versebyverse.org/

Bethany, OK

many audio files and accompanying notes; and about 90 doctrines in note form; I did get an email from someone indicating that Ballinger teaches word-for-word from some commentaries; I have no idea myself, one way or the other

Trinity Bible Church

Drue Freeman

http://www.tbcokc.org/

Oklahoma City, OK

D Ray revved up (I did laugh out loud a few times); notes and wma lessons available

Countryside Baptist Church

JB Bond

http://www.countrysidebible.com/

Stillwater, OK

They seem to be fairly accurate when it comes to spirituality, so I have listened them here; they have a large MP3 library online. However, they do charge for some of their resources

Southwood Bible Church

Eric Bush

http://southwoodbiblechurch.com/

Tulsa, OK

Several lessons online by various teachers; they are changing over to a new pastor March 2011

Manning Bible Church

Gordon Shearer

None yet

47200 NW Sell Rd.
Banks, Oregon 96106

 

Trinity Bible Church

John Page, Pastor-Teacher

None yet

2645 S Stage Rd

Medford, OR 97501

541-779-2179

Portland Bible Church

Gary Glenney

http://www.portlandbiblechurch.com/

Portland, OR

I believe all their lessons are now available online

Grace and Truth Ministries

Joseph P. Sugrue

http://www.cgtruth.org/

Salem, OR

About 500 MP3 lessons online

Fairview Bible Church

Mike Bryant

http://www.fairviewbiblechurch.org/

Fairview, PA

About a dozen lessons are available for downloading; others many be ordered; a couple publications and outlines also available. It is unclear whether this church is still functioning. Sermons are from March of 2010.

Grace Chapel Bible Church

Pastor Bob Lauach

http://gracechapelbiblechurch.net

Lyman, South Carolina

about 60 audio and video files online; this church began in 2008

Pleroma Church

Clay Ward

http://www.pleromabiblechurch.org/

Tullahoma, TN

Audio lessons are not online and must be ordered; but there is a good selection available

Austin Bible Church

Bob Bolender

http://austinbiblechurch.com/

Austin, TX

All lessons available as MP3 files; it will take awhile to locate a particular book or study and download it

Westbank Bible Church

L. G. Merritt

http://www.westbankbiblechurch.com/

Austin, TX

About 150 doctrines online; written exegesis of 3 books; about a year or so of audio lessons

Grace Bible Church of Baytown

Roy Cloudt (pastor) and John McReynolds (assistant pastor)

http://www.gracebiblechurchbaytown.org/

Baytown, TX

This church only meets thrice weekly, but I am guessing that is a matter of demand. Perhaps 150 doctrines online; MP3 available going back to 2002

Country Bible Church

Mike Smith

http://www.countrybiblechurch.us/

Brenham, TX

Notes and/or lessons available online; dvd’s can be ordered

Church of the Servant King

Steve Ellis

http://www.cotsk.org/

Dallas, TX

audio lessons for Matthew and 1Corinthians (current series) and notes on several topics also available (I do not know about whether he teaches rebound, however)

Grace Bible Church of Rockwell

Todd Atwood

http://www.gracebiblerockwall.com/

[East] Dallas, TX (Rockwell)

Online lessons of the gospels, Hebrews, Acts and Proverbs (some lessons appear to be incomplete. however, they can be downloaded at http://www.gracebiblerockwall.com/media).

Spring Valley Bible Church

Herman H. Mattox

http://www.springvalleybiblechurch.org/

Dallas, TX

Although there are a number of excellent studies, which can be downloaded (right click and choose save link as) these lessons can be heard online, but not stopped or paused); they can also be ordered here:

http://svbc.ccmsite.org/svbc_orderform.pdf

Fredericksburg Bible Church

Jeremy Thomas

http://www.fbgbible.org/index.htm

Fredericksburg, TX

Notes and/or audio lessons available online

The Bible Church of the Lakes

Fred Bates

http://www.biblechurchofthelakes.com/

24101 State Highway 71 E; Horseshoe Bay, TX

(830) 596-0100 ?

Charis Chapel & Charis Seminary

Dr. Larry B. Patrick

http://login.npwebsiteservices.com/Charis_Chapel_Bible_ChurchKICMHD/WelcometoCharis.asp

Houston, TX

There appear to be 50 sermons online, several books and about 30 doctrines.

Pine Valley Bible

Bruce Bumgardner

http://www.pinevalleybible.org/

Houston, TX

Audio lessons available online;

West Houston Bible Church

Robby Dean

http://www.westhoustonbiblechurch.org/ and http://deanbible.org/

Houston, TX

Online audio and pdf files. Also, a real-time online church service.

Transcripts of Dean’s notes: http://phrasearch.com/Trans/DBM/Index.html

Also at: http://www.divineviewpoint.com/sane/dbm/index.html

Grace Bible Church of Houston

David Dunn

http://www.gracebiblehouston.com/

Houston, TX

A few dozen lessons available as WMA files

Berachah Church

Robert Thieme III

There is a website both for Berachah Church and for Tapes and Publications (R. B. Thieme Jr. Ministries)

Houston, TX

Lessons may be ordered as CD’s or DVD’s

R. B. Thieme, Jr. website is www.rbthime.org

The Berachah Church website is www.berachah.org

At the Berachah website, there is also a list of study groups who meet (some listen to Bob’s teachings via MP3 files or video), and some listen to Bobby’s teaching live, or via MP3 and videos. Such groups meet in homes or in rented buildings studying the teaching of R. B. Thieme III or R. B. Thieme Jr. (the telephone hookup groups are live, and the others either listen to sermons on CD’s or DVD’s). Those groups who study under Bobby take place in nearly 50 different locations in about 20 different states. There are nearly 20 groups who still study the Colonel’s teachings in 14 different states and in 3 countries (England, Germany and the Philippines).

Tapes and Publications Church has finally broken down all of R. B. Thieme, Jr.’s lessons by book, series, lesson numbers; so that you can see what was taught and when during each series.

http://www.rbthieme.org/lessonsummaries.html

On the Syndein website, Bob’s studies are broken down into books and series, lesson numbers, passage and topics covered. Berachah finally did this above. Although this is really a lesson index and not a bibliography, many will find this set of web pages to be quite helpful.

http://syndein.com/old_testament_bib.html

http://syndein.com/new_testament_bib.html

Patriots Church

Albert Hill

6818 Paluxy Dr

Tyler, TX

no website yet

Apparently, Pastor Hill has retired. It is unclear whether this is now a “taper’s group” or what. There is a DVD group which meets in Tyler, apparently studying under Bobby (see the link under Berachah Church above or call Berachah Church directly).

National Capital Bible Church

Daniel Inghram

http://ncbiblechurch.com/index.htm

Arlington, VI

4 doctrines and a number of MP3 files are available online, including 7 books

Faith Baptist Church

John D. Reynolds

http://www.faith-baptist-church.info/index.htm

Fincastle, Virginia

I recommend this church with a grain of salt. Reynolds has obviously had some doctrinal training. However, I do not see rebound taught.

Evergrace Fellowship Church

Jesse Acosta

http://www.efcministry.org/

Everett, WA

1 book and a number of MP3 files available online

Lakeland Bible Church

Hugh Crowder

http://www.lakelandbible.org/

Federal Way, WA

If they still post MP3 files and ppt files (presentations files which MS and Corel can open), I can no longer find them

Columbia Bible Church

Bruce Einspahr

http://www.webbworks.com/columbiabible/index.html

Kennewick, WA

Just the most recent notes are available online. There does not appear to be a T&P ministry

Grace Bible Church of Pullman, WA

Ron McMurray

http://gracebiblechurchpullman.org/index.html

Pullman, WA

There does not appear to be a T&P ministry. There are many sets of notes online. Website not quite finished.

Grace Military Ministries

John Eichmann

http://www.bibledoctrineoutreach.org/

Shoreline, WA

There are a handful of lessons which can only be listened to online. There are a dozen or so written lessons also available

Evergreen Baptist Church

Paul Schmidtbleicher

http://www.evergreen-baptist.org/

Shoreline, WA

Several dozen MP3 lessons are available online.

Spokane Bible Church

Tod Kennedy

http://www.spokanebiblechurch.com/

Spokane, WA

Books, notes, presentations (pdf versions) available online; I did not see any audio lessons here.

Word of Grace Bible Church

Tom Stegall

http://www.wogbc.org/

Milwaukee, WI

Some messages can be accessed online:

http://www.wogbc.org/video.htm or http://www.wogbc.org/tape_sample.htm Most series will have to be ordered.

Let me add that these churches represent the deliverance of our nation. Believers who attend these churches and grow spiritually will form the pivot which will deliver our nation. Of all the ministries which I list, these are arguably the most important when it comes protecting and preserving the United States of America. It does not matter if the congregations number 50, 500 or 5000. God is not interested in numbers; He is interested in vindicating the doctrine in your soul.

Grace notes posts a list of doctrinal questions that believers ought to be able to answer; if you go to a doctrinal church, you ought to be able to answer most of these after 5 or so years:


http://www.gracenotes.info/topics/test.html


I have mixed feelings about online churches. I have known too many people who have made an attempt to grow spiritually apart from gathering together as a local church (Heb. 10:25), and the results have not always been good (possibly stemming from the lack of academic discipline). On the other hand, there certainly must be people out there who are unable to gather at a local church or do not live anywhere near a local church. Several of the men below study and post lessons regularly, and if you are unable to attend a brick and mortar church, then reading or listening to their lessons as they are posted would be your best approach.

My website is not a church. I try to provide a repository of doctrines and doctrinal teaching, and hope to produce a doctrinal exegesis of some Old Testament books (with God’s grace, I might complete the book of Samuel in the next 5 or so years). I would hope that some pastors and students might use this site as reference material and that some believers might learn some things via this site as well. However, for the typical believer, you ought to be in a brick and mortar doctrinal church each and every time that they open up the doors.

Online Churches/Ministries

Church

Pastor

Website

Exegesis/Doctrines

Arch Angel Ministries

Henry Hastings III

http://archangelbibleministries.org/default.asp

There are a lot of lessons available for download (and some for ordering online) here. I believe that these were his sermons from Grace Atlantic Bible Church. It appears that Henry is now teaching occasionally and writing?

These links appear to have closed down.

Little Rock Net Church

Jim Brettell

http://www.littlerocknetchurch.com/index.html

You must become a member in order to access the “live” video. Although there is a mention of MP3 files, I could not find any.

Bible Doctrine Church, an online ministry

John Keating

http://www.bibledoctrinechurch.org/

John Keating is the pastor and he apparently puts a written sermon online each Sunday. Archives of previous lessons go back several lessons, but not to the beginning.

Biblical Answers To Man's Questions

Doug Laird

http://www.answers.highpowersites.com/homepage.html

Doug has a couple dozen sermons (youtube linked) and about a half dozen e-books all online.

Jim Oliver Ministries

Oliver, Jim

http://home.comcast.net/~jimoliverministries/index.html


http://www.slideboom.com/people/kagoshimajim


http://www.authorstream.com/tag/Pastor+Jim+Oliver/1


http://oliverministries.wordpress.com/

The slides are slides timed to Jim Oliver’s teaching on the internet (I am unclear as to whether he pastors a church somewhere). However, the little which I looked at seemed accurate. Essentially you are looking at slides with Bible verses and points written out as he speaks, and some people prefer that visual contact with the material.

Pacific Rim Bible Studies

Mike Philips

http://www.pacificrimbible.com/index.htm

From what I can ascertain, Mike is/was pastoring Berean Bible Church in Redding, CA, which may or may not be a going concern. He is also related to some sort of a Bible camp in beautiful Mount Shasta City. There is a plethora of Bible studies and publications available online. He has the vocabulary which many of us know, but I did not hear him teach rebound in the lesson I heard.

Biblical Exegesis

Wayne...?

http://www.versebyverse.com/index.html

Wayne has translated and exegeted most of the epistles, all available as PDF downloads. There is no doctrinal statement that I could find, although he seems to adhere to 5 point Calvinism? He does acknowledge a great indebtedness to R. B. Thieme, Jr. Not to be confused with versebyverse.org

Katy Community Church

Stan Simonton

http://www.katycommunitychurch.org/

From Katy, TX. According to their website: The Katy Community Church is an Online Doctrinal Bible Church teaching God's word historically, categorically and verse-by-verse. We are a non-denominational, online doctrinal Bible church. It is our goal to give each person a place where they can learn and grow spiritually by the accurate teaching of God's Word.

I have no idea whether these pastors are interested in a brick and mortar church ministry or not. I have contacted some of them to find out.


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


Exegesis


Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God


What I have done on my own webpage is extremely specialized, and not designed for the average Christian to read, although I would suppose that, now and again, in order to understand this or that passage, the average Christian might come to this site.


What most believers need is a pastor teacher to place themselves under. So there is no misunderstanding, despite the fact that I have put together some rather extensive exegetical studies, I also am under the authority of a pastor-teacher.


What I have arranged below are links to teachings by a variety of doctrinal teachings of various books of the Bible. Most of these will be oral teachings and most will be available for direct download without charge. As time goes on, many of these pastors will teach additional books, which I may not have included below.


Old Testament

Pentateuch

Historical Books

Poetry

Major Prophets

 

Minor Prophets

 

 

 

New Testament

The Gospels

New Testament History

Paul’s Epistles

General Epistles

 

End Times Prophecy

 

 

 

 

Index to Online Teachers

 


Old Testament (audio teaching)


The Pentateuch

 

Genesis

Bruce Bumgardner

Dan Hill


Ray Steadman

Bill Wenstrom (must be ordered online)

Dr. Robert Dean

Basic Training Bible Ministries

 

Exodus

Bruce Bumgardner

 

 

 

 

 

Leviticus

 

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

 

Numbers

Bruce Bumgardner

 

 

 

 

 

Deuteronomy

 

 

 

 

 

Historical Books

 

Joshua

Bruce Bumgardner

Joe Griffin

 

 

Daniel Curtis Inghram

 

Judges

Bruce Bumgardner

 

 

Dr. Robert Dean

 

 

Ruth

Bruce Bumgardner

 

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Daniel Curtis Inghram

 

1Samuel

Bruce Bumgardner

Mike Smith

 

 

 

 

2Samuel

Bruce Bumgardner

Mike Smith

 

 

 

 

1Kings

 

Mike Smith

 

 

 

 

2Kings

 

 

 

 

 

 

1Chronicles

 

 

 

 

 

 

2Chronicles

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ezra

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nehemiah

 

Ray Steadman

 

 

BTBM

 

Esther

 

Ray Steadman

 

 

R. B. Thieme III (must be ordered)

Poetry and Writings

 

Job

 

Robert R. McLaughlin (must be ordered)

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

Psalms

Bruce Bumgardner

Mike Smith

Ray Steadman

John Griffith

 

 

Proverbs

 

 

 

 

Brent Bates

 

Ecclesiastes

 

Robert R. McLaughlin (must be ordered)

Ray Steadman

John Griffith

BTBM

 

Song of Solomon

 

 

 

 

BTBM

The Major Prophets

 

Isaiah

 

 

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

Jeremiah

 

 

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

Lamentations

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ezekiel

 

 

 

 

BTBM

 

Daniel

 

Ray Steadman

Robert L. Bolender

Dr. Robert Dean


John Griffith

BTBM

The Minor Prophets

 

Hosea

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joel

R. B. Thieme, Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

Amos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Obadiah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jonah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Micah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nahum

 

 

 

 

 

 

Habakkuk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zephaniah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Haggai

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zecharaiah

 

 

 

 

 

 

Malachi

 

 

 

 

 


Buddy Dano also has a number of MP3 files online:

http://www.divineviewpoint.com/audio_files.htm


Recently, a number of R. B. Thieme, Jr.’s audio lessons have been loaded online, and then they were removed and replaced with similar lessons from other teachers. Some of the studies are incomplete:

http://www.basicbibledoctrine.org/begin-your-bible-study/bible-doctrine-audio-course/basic-doctrine-audio-course

http://www.basicbibledoctrine.org/begin-your-bible-study/bible-doctrine-audio-course/advanced-doctrine-audio-course

http://www.basicbibledoctrine.org/begin-your-bible-study/bible-doctrine-audio-course/complete-audio-lesson-listing


Old Testament

Pentateuch

Historical Books

Poetry

Major Prophets

 

Minor Prophets

 

 

 

New Testament

The Gospels

New Testament History

Paul’s Epistles

General Epistles

 

End Times Prophecy

 

 

 

 

Index to Online Teachers

 


New Testament (audio lessons)


The Gospels

 

Matthew

Bruce Bumgardner (Life of Christ)

 

 

 

 

 

Mark

 

Dan Hill

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

Luke

 

 

 

 

 

 

John

 

 

Ray Steadman

Dr. Robert Dean

Basic Training Bible Ministry

History

 

Acts

Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

 

Ray Steadman

Jeremiah Thomas

The Epistles of Paul

 

Romans

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Drue Freeman

Ray Steadman

John Griffith

BTBM

 

1Corinthians

R. B. Thieme III (must be ordered)


Bill Puryear

 

Ray Steadman

Dr. Robert Dean

BTBM

 

2Corinthians

Bill Puryear

Mike Smith

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

Galatians

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

A. E. Lewis

Dan Hill

Bill Pauley (streaming audio)


John Griffith

R. B. Thieme, Jr.

 

Ephesians

Bill Puryear

Ray Steadman

Bill Wenstrom (must be ordered online)

Bill Pauley (streaming audio)


John Griffith

BTBM

R. B. Thieme, Jr. (1972)

R. B. Thieme, Jr. (1985)

 

Philippians

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Robert R. McLaughlin (must be ordered)

Bill Wenstrom (must be ordered online)


Ray Steadman

Daniel Curtis Inghram


John Griffith

BTBM

 

Colossians

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Robert R. McLaughlin (must be ordered)

Dan Hill

Ray Steadman

R. B. Thieme, Jr.

BTBM

 

1Thessalonians

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

 

Ray Steadman

 

BTBM

 

2Thessalonians

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

1Tmothy

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

 

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

2Timothy

Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

Ray Steadman

 

 

 

Titus

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

 

 

BTBM

 

Philemon

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

 

 

R. B. Thieme III (must be ordered)

The Remaining Epistles

 

Hebrews



Bill Puryear

James H. Richard (must be ordered; only certain chapters are available)

Ray Steadman

Dr. Robert Dean

R. B. Thieme, Jr.

Bill Pauley (streaming audio)

 

James

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

Ray Steadman

Dr. Robert Dean


John Griffith

R. B. Thieme, Jr.

Jeremy Thomas;

BTBM

 

1Peter

Bruce Bumgardner


Bill Puryear

Mike Smith

 

John Griffith

 

 

2Peter

Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

 

John Griffith

 

 

1John

Bill Puryear

James H. Richard (must be ordered)


Ray Steadman

Bill Wenstrom (must be ordered online)

Dr. Robert Dean


John Griffith

BTBM

 

2John

Bill Puryear

 

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Bill Pauley (streaming audio)

 

3John

Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

 

Dr. Robert Dean

 

 

Jude

Bill Puryear

Dan Hill

 

 

BTBM

End Times Prophecy

 

Revelation

James H. Richard (must be ordered; only certain chapters are available)


Bill Puryear

Robert L. Bolender


Ray Steadman

Dr. Robert Dean


John Griffith (1–3)


John Griffith (prophecy)

BTBM

These are teachers who, for the most part, have ongoing ministries, so the links above will lead to more lessons than I have listed here.

Sonic Light Bible study: http://www.soniclight.com/study_cd/audio_bible_study_lessons.htm It appears as though we have an audio study of every book of the Bible. The teacher tends to cover one chapter per lesson. I have not heard any of these yet.

There is a guy, Les Feldick, whom I do not know from Adam, but who have verbally exegeted most of the books of the Bible at: http://www.lesfeldick.org/ (There is also a transcript of these lessons available online). His doctrinal statement is short, but accurate. What is problematic, is, he understands 1John 1:9 to require us to repent of our sins. For this reason, I do not recommend his site.

It is important to be discerning when it comes to studying under this or that pastor. If a pastor has turned to Covenant Theology or they have reject salvation by grace or restoration to fellowship by grace, then these significant inaccuracies are going to bleed into their studies. If you aware of any of these pastors going down the wrong road, please contact me and give me some specifics.


Index to Online Teachings and Available Bible Teaching

Robert L. Bolender

Dr. Robert Dean

 

 

Joe Griffin

Dan Hill

 

 

 

A. E. Lewis

Robert R. McLaughlin (several studies must be ordered)

Bill Pauley

 

 

Dennis Rokser (It appears that these lessons can only be listened to or viewed online)

 

James H. Richard (studies must be ordered)

 

Mike Smith

R. B. Thieme Jr. (must be ordered from T & P)

R. B. Thieme III (must be ordered from Berachah Church)

 

 

Bill Wenstrom (lessons must be ordered)


Old Testament

Pentateuch

Historical Books

Poetry

Major Prophets

 

Minor Prophets

 

 

 

New Testament

The Gospels

New Testament History

Paul’s Epistles

General Epistles

 

End Times Prophecy

 

Index to Online Teachers

 


Titus put together a list sometime ago of books which have been exegeted on the internet; I have decided to continue that tradition. This is a list of written exegesis.


Exegeted Books from the Internet


Some of what is found below is incomplete. My notes from the Bible classes of R. B. Thieme, Jr. and Bobby Thieme have been removed by request. Grace notes has been reorganized, so the links there may not be correct. However, access to all the books he has done is found here. Todd Kennedy of Spokane, Washington has covered a number of books here, which I will try to add book by book at a future date.

Old Testament

 

Written

Written

Written

Notes

Genesis

Kukis

Dr. Robert Dean

Binnicker Gen. 1:1–2:4

Syndein

Grace Notes

Exodus

Kukis

Wenstrom

Syndein

Jeremiah Thomas


Ichthys (Ex. 14)

Leviticus

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

Numbers

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

Deuteronomy

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

Joshua

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

Judges

Kukis

Dr. Robert Dean

Syndein

James Allen

Ruth

Kukis

Dr. Robert Dean

Syndein

Robby Dean notes

Grace Notes

James Allen

1Samuel

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

2Samuel

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

1Kings

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Syndein

 

2Kings

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Syndein

 

1Chronicles

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

2Chronicles

 

 

Syndein

 

Ezra

 

 

Syndein

 

Nehemiah

 

 

Syndein

 

Esther

Kukis Kukis2

 

Syndein

Grace Notes

Job

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

Psalms

Kukis

Ironside

Syndein

 

Proverbs

 

Grace Notes

Binnicker Prov. 1

Syndein

 

Ecclesiastes

 

Grace Notes

Syndein

 

Song of Solomon

Kukis

 

Syndein

 

Isaiah

 

 

Syndein

 

Jeremiah

 

 

Syndein

 

Lamentations

 

 

Syndein

 

Ezekiel

 

 

Binnicker Ezekiel 38–39

Syndein

 

Daniel

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Syndein

Grace Notes

Hosea

 

Grace Notes

Syndein

 

Joel

Dr. Randall Radic

Grace Notes

Syndein

 

Amos

 

 

Syndein

 

Obadiah

 

 

Syndein

 

Jonah

 

Grace Notes

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

James Allen

Micah

 

 

Syndein

 

Nahum

 

 

Syndein

James Allen

Habakkuk

 

 

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

Zephaniah

 

 

Syndein

 

Haggai

 

 

Syndein

 

Zechariah

 

 

Syndein

 

Malachi

 

Grace Notes

Syndein

 

New Testament

 

Written

Written

Written

Notes

Matthew

Steve Ellis

 

Syndein

 

Mark

Steve Ellis

Grace Notes

Syndein

 

Luke

Steve Ellis

Grace Notes

Syndein

James Allen

John

Steve Ellis

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker (incomplete)

Syndein

 

Acts

Steve Ellis

Jeremy Thomas

Syndein

 

Romans

 

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

1Corinthians

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

R. B. Thieme III notes

2Corinthians

 

 

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

Galatians

Steve Ellis

Grace Notes

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

Ephesians

Jeremy Thomas

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Syndein updated

Basic Training Bible Ministries

Philippians

 

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

James Allen

Colossians

 

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

James Allen

1Thessalonians

Steve Ellis

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

2Thessalonians

Steve Ellis

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

1Timothy

 

 

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

2Timothy

 

 

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

Titus

 

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

Philemon

 

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

James Allen

Hebrews

 

Dr. Robert Dean

Syndein

Robby Dean notes

James

Jeremy Thomas

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

1Peter

Ichthys

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

2Peter

Ichthys

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

1John

Jeremy Thomas

Grace Notes

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

Basic Training Bible Ministries

2John

Jeremy Thomas

Grace Notes

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

3John

Jeremy Thomas

Grace Notes

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

Jude

 

Grace Notes

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

Revelation

Jeremy Thomas

Grace Notes

Dr. Robert Dean

Wayne Binnicker

Syndein

 

See Benjamin W. Brodie’s website for some well translated books (mostly New Testament).

Dr. Henry Ironside has exegeted many books of the Bible, and this work can be found here: http://www.plymouthbrethren.org/byauthor/44/henry_allen_ironside (Make certain that you click on “Show/Hide more” under Series).


This site has a huge number of authors posted online: http://www.plymouthbrethren.org/authors (I assume of varying quality).


Dr. Constable Study Notes http://www.soniclight.com/constable/notes.htm This appears to be a verse by verse study of every book in the Bible. Although Constable seems to have salvation and rebound straight, I ran into some minor interpretation problems with the first passage I examined (1Chron. 16).

My primary concern with Wayne Binnicker is he says he is a 5-point Calvinist. One should bear that in mind when examining his notes.

The books list for Syndein is here: http://syndein.com/books.htm


Robby Dean’s notes: http://phrasearch.com/Trans/DBM/Index.html

Some of the grace notes are a course and they have to be signed up for (I assume this is free).

Robert Sonnet has a website of exegesis and doctrines. The doctrines are pretty good. The exegesis covers about a half dozen New Testament books, and mostly looks at them word-by-word without then explaining the information found there. http://www.swordofthespiritbibleministries.com


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


Links to Doctrines

 

In case you want information on a particular topic, this are some links to get you there; these should all be in written form.

 

Adema: Basic Bible Study Series online; 50 Things Received at Salvation; a half dozen online studies (marriage, family, children, etc.).

 

Charlie Clough’s Notes: Charlie Clough Notes.

 

End times and prophecy: http://bibleprophecyfortoday.wordpress.com/ There are doctrines here which are almost word-for-word from R. B. Thieme Jr. as well as several articles by reputable theologians like H. A. Ironside. It is possible this is the work of Thomas Ice, which is the one name that I do not recognize. On the negative side, one of his links is a church which, in its basics doctrinal worksheets does not speak of confession of sin for spirituality (rebound) and there are several lessons on Marks of a True Believer, which smacks of the infusion of grace as opposed to the imputation of grace (which is the primary difference between Protestant and Catholic theology).

 

Gallagher’s Abiding in the Word homepage: http://members.aol.com/abidingitw/contents.html

 

Genealogies: Adam to Israel; Abraham to David; David to Jesus (through Solomon; the line of Joseph); David to Jesus (through Nathan; the line of Mary).

 

Grace Notes: http://www.gracenotes.info/GN_Topics_FrameSet.htm There is a list of about 250 doctrines at this site.

 

Griffin: On line topics. I listed these, even though they are audio studies, primarily because they are easy to download and they are reasonably well-organized.

 

Ichthys Bible Study: http://www.ichthys.com/ Although I was first concerned about the organization, he lists an index of topics and where they might be found. http://www.ichthys.com/subject%20index.htm I am fairly certain that all of the material was put together by Dr. Robert D. Luginbill, who, like most of us, apparently learned a great deal from R. B. Thieme Jr.

 

Institute for Creation Research: Topics pertaining to Evolution versus Creationism.

 

James Modlish Bible study page, which has no links to Berachah Church, but uses a lot of the same language. Study materials.

 

Todd Kennedy has an ever-growing list of doctrines that he has taught (well over 100). His doctrines tend to be concise, well-organized, and with Scriptural references.

 

Kukis: Complete Doctrines; a complete list of doctrines as well as discussions of specific topics (this latter list is rather extensive, and is not hyperlinked for the most part; you would first use your browser search function to find a doctrine, which will tell you which book and chapter the doctrine is found in. You can then go to that book for further information on that topic). PDF version. Charts.

 

J. R. Cherreguine Bible Doctrine Ministries: http://jrcbdm.com/ Under his doctrinal index, he lists hundreds of doctrines. Many of these doctrines are set up in chart form. My only problem with this site is, his doctrines are not all set up in alphabetical order. Apart from this, JRC probably lists more doctrines than I have seen anywhere else (other than on my own site). He even touches on unusual topics, e.g., feng shui and karma. He has an extensive list of various cults and cult teachers, including a watch list for non-doctrinal teachers with sort of a rating system. My only problem with this site is, it could be organized better. Apart from that, there is a lot of material here. I must admit to having some reservations, however, when I found Billy and Franklin Graham’s names on his list of Cum Laude of Apostasy, where he uses the phrase easy believism in conjunction to Billy Graham. He also has a list of backslidden and apostate believers, including several prominent politicians. I’m not sure that these things have any place at a doctrinal website, and it makes me a little concerned about the other material which he has “authored.”

 

Rev. Robert C. Lewis’s Quick notes (about 50 doctrines + 100+ presentations and handouts and another 100 extended studies). QuickNotes are ideal for use in personal Bible study, Sunday school lessons, home Bible studies, and church worship services. I use them in my teaching ministry and I hope they will be of help to you.

 

McLaughlin: online booklets.

 

Don Samdahl: Has about 40 doctrines and book introductions at http://www.doctrine.org/ more specifically, at: http://www.doctrine.org/alphabetical_index.html

 

R. B. Thieme Jr.: A list of doctrines and discussions of particular topics found in booklets from T&P. This list of doctrines is incomplete. PDF version.

 

R. B. Thieme Jr. All of Bob’s books in an rtf format available here:

http://www.mustseethisone.com/books.html (these will open in WordPad, but can be opened in Word or WordPerfect as well; I did not see any Greek or Hebrew characters, as the books were originally printed; which, for most people, is not a loss. All of these words are transliterated into English.)

 

Wholesome Words—Christian Resources & Links has about 40 traditional Christian doctrines linked here, with authors e.g. C. I. Scofield and L. S. Chafer. http://www.wholesomewords.org/doctrine.html Some are good and some are just okay.


Since I am in the midst of thinking about a Bible dictionary, let me suggest some others which may be found online:

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

If you are in search of a particular doctrine, chances are, you will find it in the first 4 links below:

Grace notes. About 400 doctrines and sets of notes (these appear to be notes based partially or fully upon Bob Thieme’s teaching):


http://www.gracenotes.info/GN_Topics_FrameSet.htm

Several hundred doctrines are found here, at the Online International School of Practical ministries (the ones I checked opened up in Word or WP):


http://www.olispm.com/requireddoctrines.htm

Bible Doctrine Resource lists approximately 250 doctrines from their Bible class notes under R. B. Thieme, Jr. and others. Locating the doctrines is quite easy, as they are listed in a long column on the side.


http://gracebiblechurchwichita.org/

Links to nearly 200 doctrines (organized by when they were added to the site, alphabetically, and by which book they pertain to):


http://kukis.org/page3.html

Bible Topics Library (about 150 doctrines). This appears to be related to the Grace Notes listed above.


http://www.realtime.net/~wdoud/topics.html

Grace Bible Church of Baytown (about 130+ doctrines; there are a lot, and apparently just being reorganized):


http://www.gracebiblechurchbaytown.org/a-e.html

Todd Kennedy of the Spokane, Washington Bible Church (about 100+ doctrines).


http://www.spokanebiblechurch.com/study/Bible%20Doctrines/Bible-Doctrines.htm

Maranatha Church (about 100 doctrines):


http://www.versebyverse.org/ (click on Printed Doctrines)

Cherreguine Bible Doctrine Ministries (split into several lists—I don’t know why they do this)


http://dikaosune.com/List-of-Doctrinal-Studies-A.php

http://dikaosune.com/List-of-Doctrinal-Studies-B.php

http://dikaosune.com/List-of-Messages-C.php

http://dikaosune.com/Messages-Archive-A.php

http://dikaosune.com/Messages-Archive-B.php

Online books: http://dikaosune.com/Doctrinal-Books.php

Tracts http://dikaosune.com/Doctrinal-Tracts.php

http://dikaosune.com/Current-Examiners.php

http://dikaosune.com/Examiners-Archive.php

Pastor Michael Eubanks of He Ekklesia (nearly 100 doctrines, accurate, some short on Scripture)


http://www.he-ekklesia.org/doctrines.htm

Jim Abrahamson ThM; Chapel Hill, NC (about 300 doctrines)


http://www.apttoteach.org/attjom/index.php

More specifically, his theology index.

About 40 doctrines; R. B. Thieme, Jr. notes:


http://www.justifiedinchrist.com/

About 50 doctrines from the Portland Bible Church:

 

http://www.portlandbiblechurch.com/Doctrines.htm

Excellent Doctrinal Dictionary by Todd Kennedy of the Spokane Bible Church (which is about 75–80 short doctrines).


http://www.spokanebiblechurch.com/study/Bible%20Doctrines/dictionary-bible-doctrine.htm

Doctrine Alive Online by Tom Elseroad. Site includes perhaps 100 doctrines/charts and a thorough theological dictionary. Includes a lot of definitions culled from McLaughlin and Kennedy.


http://bible.dyndns-web.com/index.htm

One of the best lists can be found at Griffin’s Grace Bible Church (there are easily 100 or more visuals here):


http://www.joegriffin.org/Pages/Visuals.aspx

Bible Doctrine Teaching Terms (from Robert McLaughlin); this is an excellent place to get a short definition for the technical terms and phrases, many of which were developed at Dallas Theological Seminary by L. S. Chafer as well as terms and phrases developed by R. B. Thieme Jr.


http://members.aol.com/abidingitw/terms.html

Outstanding list of theological terms (I believe that this is the Chafer Christian Seminary of Theology):


http://chafer-cstn.org/BaseT/Glossary.htm

The same site where terms are explored in more depth:


http://members.aol.com/abidingitw/doctrine.html

A good set of theological terms with basic definitions:

http://www.netplaces.com/bible-history/glossary-of-terms/

The “mother” site is difficult to navigate from, but here is a large list of doctrines grouped by large topic groups (e.g., there are 5 separate topics under Death which are all together on one page):


http://www.bibleteacher.org/Outlines.htm

Rick Hughes’ basic theological dictionary (10 pages):


http://rickhughesministries.org/content/Biblical-Terms.pdf

Glossary of terms from the Grace Bible Church (this appears to be the most ambitious):


http://www.egracebiblechurch.org/glossary.htm

A list of about 50 doctrines; although I have not perused these carefully yet, they appear to be notes, in part, from Colonel Thieme’s teachings, and in part, from the experiences and studies of this particular person. I recently examined the Angelic Conflict in these doctrines, and it was quite good, and it was filled with examples of the good that Satan does.


http://www.eccentrix.com/members/beacon/

A list of about 50+ doctrines:


http://www.biblefood.com/index.html

A list of about 30 doctrines:


http://www.countrybiblechurch.us/Doctrines/index.html

A list of about 30 topics:


http://www.fbgbible.org/index.htm

A list of about 30 topics:


http://deanbible.org/andromeda.php?q=f&f=%2FDoctrines

A list of about 40 doctrines:


http://www.doctrine.org/alphabetical_index.html

A list of about 50 or so doctrines:


http://www.spokanebiblechurch.com/study/Bible%20Doctrines/Bible-Doctrines.htm

A list of approximately 60 doctrines, all taken from notes under R. B. Thieme, Jr.:


http://members.cox.net/brother-bob/

Open Hand Ministries with about 40 doctrines.


http://www.ohm-inc.org/index.html

There are in excess of 50 booklets which may be ordered from Thieme Ministries, and there are a handful of these which are available online:


http://www.rbthieme.org/publicat.htm

This is an excellent tool to search through many of 5 famous Bible dictionaries (like Smith’s, ISBE, etc):


http://net.bible.org/dictionary.php

Bible Topics has hundreds of subjects and where these topics are covered in Scripture. Commentary is helpful but minimum.


http://www.bible-topics.com/

You may also download e-sword and these same dictionaries and search them from your own computer:


http://e-sword.net/downloads.html (I highly recommend this free computer Bible/Bible resource tool)

My own lists:

A list of almost every discussion of every term or concept found in my online writings (there will be thousands of entries here):


http://kukis.org/Doctrines/OTTopics.htm

A list of the doctrines which I have formally examined (there are about 250).


http://kukis.org/page3.html

Online Theological dictionaries/encyclopedia:


http://www.theopedia.com/


http://bible.tmtm.com/wiki/Main_Page


http://www.wikichristian.org/index.php/Main_Page

Bobby Thieme has mentioned publishing a dictionary of sorts online, but that has not come to pass yet (however, I can confirm that is a real work in progress).


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


translations.jpg

 

Graphic from:

http://www.biblica.com/bibles/translations/index.php

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Basic Bible Doctrine

http://www.basicbibledoctrine.org/home

This appears to be a brand new site, with many of R. B. Thieme Jr.’s books and messages posted.

The Bible and Technology

http://bibleandtech.blogspot.com/

This looks to be an excellent resource, where you see how technology has given us additional ways and means to study the Bible. These periodic posts can be searched topically.

Bible.org

http://www.bible.org/

The NET Bible, Bible dictionaries, blogs, forums and communities.

Biblos.com

http://biblos.com/

Many Bible translations, commentaries, dictionaries, atlases, encyclopedias, etc. The interlinear Bible is quite impressive. Most of this can be found in e-sword (but you do have to search out the modules and set it all up).

Bible Versions Resource

http://life-equals-jesus.org/Church/DST/libBible.html

This is a list of nearly every English Bible and where it may be found online.

Charts

http://www.archaeologicalstudybible.com/oldtest.htm

This is a fascinating page of photos and charts. The charts include unusual ones like the distance between cities in Israel to helpful ones like, other countries prophesied about in the Bible.

Comparing Bible Translations

 

 

http://rockhay.tripod.com/worship/translat.htm

The online location of about 100 different English translations, as well as other versions (Greek, Hebrew, etc.).

 

http://www.christianarmoryfl.com/biblecomp.htm

About 30 specific published versions of the Bible and how they compare. These are broken down into Adult Study Bibles, Youth Study Bibles and Children’s Study Bibles.

 

http://www.biblica.com/bibles/translations/index.php

A couple paragraphs on 15 different translations, along with their reading level.

 

http://www.bible-researcher.com/versions.html

You can get a blurb on each version or go further and view side-by-side comparisons of various Bibles.

 

http://bible-translation.110mb.com/compare.htm

A blurb about each of 18 modern translations. There are also many links to similar web pages.

 

http://www.apbrown2.net/web/TranslationComparisonChart.htm

A couple of comparison charts along with some commentary.

 

http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Product/Bible/Translations/Translation+Comparison.htm?QueryStringSite=Zondervan

Zondervan compares about 15 different translations side-by-side. Each of these translations can be clicked on for statistics, history, and additional information about each translation.

 

http://www.tywynbaptistchurch.org.uk/bible_translations.htm

15 different Bibles briefly commented on.

 

http://www.bibletranslation.ws/comp.html

David Robert Palmer compared several different translations with respect to the original languages, comparing them on specific verses (he has also translated a handful of New Testament books, free to download from his site).

 

http://www.anchoryourlife.com/bible/study_bible.htm


http://www.anchoryourlife.com/bible/b_compare.htm

10 translations are compared, with reading level (which seemed surprisingly low to me for some of them) and comments. Translations are broken down into 3 types: literal, dynamic equivalent and paraphrased (free translation).

 

http://www.biblestudy101.org/hbgen/transtest1.html

9 Bibles are compared by particular verses, and the actual words that they use are graded.

 

http://www.seekgod.ca/chart.htm

6 translations are compared, but with respect to 18 important doctrines and translations.

 

http://www.cob-net.org/compare.htm

Comparing translations from the standpoint of the manuscripts used.

 

http://www.cob-net.org/compare_bibles.htm

39 different English translations of the Bible compared. This author has a scoring system, which is quite interesting, and it compares these translations based upon 3 passages and how they scored on the passages. Despite the small sampling of verses, this is one of the most interesting comparisons. The links throughout are important.

 

http://kukis.org/Eng_trans/Bible_Translations.htm

Kukis compares 30+ translations. Summary table. PDF version.

 

http://www.theopedia.com/English_translations_of_the_Bible

Theopedia’s input.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_translations_of_the_Bible

Wikipedia’s input.

 

http://www.tyndalearchive.com/Scriptures/index.htm

A list of 100 English translations with some brief information about each.

 

http://www.williamtyndale.com/0transmissionofbible.htm

A very brief history of English translations (to 1982). Comes with organ music.

 

http://christianity.about.com/od/top10bibles/tp/toptenbibles.htm

Mary Fairchild’s top ten Bibles.

bible-translations.gif

 

Graphic from:

http://defendingcontending.com/2009/08/31/bible-translation-comparison-chart/

E-Sword Resources

e-sword

http://e-sword.net/

If you supplement your Bible study with computer tools, this is the best free tool out there which I have seen. There are over 30 different translations, and a myriad of dictionaries, lexicons and commentaries that you can download to your computer. Don’t miss the user modules which are available.

E-Sword

http://e-sword-users.org/users/node/28

This is a new source of e-sword modules and information. They have a collection of Bibles and commentaries which I have never seen before.

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/bibles.html

This is one of the most extensive list of Bibles available for e-sword.

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/commentaries.html

Probably the most extensive list of Commentaries available for e-sword.

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/dictionaries.html

Probably the most extensive list of dictionaries available for e-sword (which includes lexicons).

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/module_creation.html

Module creation for e-sword.

E-sword

http://e-sword-users.org

Another outstanding resource for e-sword modules. This is very well-organized but you will need to set up a (free) login account to download these modules. This site clearly distinguishes between e-sword 8x and 9x modules, and provides links to modules for both.

History—Kings of Israel chart:

http://www.noothergospel.com/kings%20of%20Israel.gif

The chart is quite helpful; I do not know anything about the mother-site.

History—Kings of Judah chart:

http://www.noothergospel.com/kings%20of%20Judah.gif

The chart is quite helpful; I do not know anything about the mother-site.

History—Jesus, Herod and Cæsar

http://www.year-by-year.com/

This is a very readable recording/blending of the events of history around the time of our Lord. There are a lot of names and places, so one at times is confused by all of them; and I have not verified the accuracy of this site; but it seems to be good for integrating what we find in the Bible with extra-Biblical history. The author of this site attempts to go month-by-month whenever possible.

Internet Jewish History Sourcebook

http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/jewish/jewishsbook.html

This appears to be the source page of the link below. This is an phenomenal page of links for those who have any interest in Jewish history.

Jewish History

http://kspark.kaist.ac.kr/old%20testament/jewish%20history.htm

This is a short date and basic history of the Jews from Abraham to the present. It is basic incidents and dates, as well as a list of kings and prophets.

Jewish History

http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/History/timeline.html

This is related to the links above; it is a half page listing periods of time (linked) in Jewish History.

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson

http://www.sljinstitute.net/in dex.asp

Dr. Lewis was a graduate of Dallas Theological seminary 1946; be forewarned that he was a Calvinist. This is a collection of his extensive work.

Links to Online translations

http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/resources/result-browse.aspx?topic=637&pid=619

This may offer links to a variety of online religious sources.

English version grid

http://www.wabashcenter.wabash.edu/resources/article2.aspx?id=10592

The links are on the right-hand side and do not appear to be links.

Online Bible Translations

http://www.geocities.com/onlinebibletranslations/

I can guarantee you that you have not heard of at least a third of these translations (e.g., the Ancient Roots Bible, The Alternate Translation Bible, The Catholic Public Domain Version, Fred Miller's Revised King James' Version, Laughing Bird Scripture Paraphrases, Modern American English Vernacular, or The Purified New Testament).

Old Testament word search

http://www.info.com/old%20testament%20words?cb=27&cmp=4311

This uses 10 specific search engines to find out information about individual Old Testament words.

Bill Puryear

http://www.amadorbiblestudies.org/Translations/index.html

A doctrinal Bible teacher who has translated much of the New Testament (from Acts to Revelation, along with a little of the OT)

Search God’s Word

http://www.searchgodsword.org/

You can search about 20 different translations for words and phrases. There are also commentaries, concordances, dictionaries and encyclopedias.

Wikipedias for Christianity, the Bible, etc.

Theopedia

http://www.theopedia.com/Main_Page

 

Wiki-Christian

http://www.wikichristian.org/index.php/Main_Page

 

Zion Ministry

http://www.zionministry.com/graphs.html

These are some great charts to help you to put the kings and prophets in order. This site seems to have an emphasis on the end times, and I do not know how accurate they are in this regard.


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


Ancient Language Resource Material

The Bible and Technology

http://bibleandtech.blogspot.com/search/label/greek

Technological resources for Greek

The Bible and Technology

http://bibleandtech.blogspot.com/search/label/hebrew

Technological resources for Hebrew

The Resurgence Greek Project

http://www.zhubert.com

This has some Greek resources; however, I think that E-sword actually provides better Hebrew and Greek tools.

Learning NT Greek

http://www.ntgreek.org/

The purpose of this Web site is to provide resources for people seeking to know the Living God and His Word through the original language of the New Testament, Koine Greek.

Greek-English Interlinear NT

http://www.scripture4all.org/OnlineInterlinear/Greek_Index.htm

This includes the morphology of the Greek words.

Latin-English Interlinear Bible

http://www.latinvulgate.com

Side-by-side English and Latin Bible.

Peshitta Interlinear

http://www.peshitta.org

The Old Testament is tri-linear: Hebrew, then Aramaic and then English (and a very accurate English translation). The New Testament is Aramaic and English. The Aramaic of the OT is very similar to the Hebrew, but in the New, the font is dramatically different.

Hebrew Grammar for Dummies 

http://kukis.org/Languages/HebrewGrammarforDummies.htm

Crib sheet with basic Hebrew principles of grammar

Hebrew Verbs for Dummies

http://kukis.org/Languages/Hebrew4Dummies.pdf

An explanation of the stems and their meanings.

Hebrew verb endings

http://www.pbcc.org/dc/hebrew/HebVerbCharts.pdf

A morphological chart of how to recognize the various stem, person and number of a Hebrew verb

E-Sword Greek and Hebrew Lexicons

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/dictionaries.html

Probably the most extensive list of dictionaries available for e-sword (which includes lexicons).

Perseus Digital Library (studies in Greek)

http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/

This has consistently been one of the best research tools for Greek words. In searching out one particular word, I was given 4 sets of lexicons to choose from (4 which I do not own), with extensive information on where this word was found (this was for a Koine Greek word not found in the New Testament).


Doctrinal Discussions

Delphi Forums Bible doctrine study group

http://forums.delphiforums.com/bdsg/

This is an excellent group, especially good for those who are spread out and not near a doctrinal church.

Bene Diction blogs on

http://www.benedictionblogson.com/2009/08/06/pittsburgh-woman-killer-george-sodinis-fundamentalist-faith/

This is pretty insane. A nutcase attends a church listed in here for 13 years, kills 3 women in an aerobics class, and that church and R. B. Thieme, Jr. are all blamed, even though the most precursory reading of this guy’s crime indicates that he mentally unbalanced from the get go. It is a fascinating read and discussion.

Bible Works Forum

http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?4072-I-Thank-God-for-Col.-R.B.-Thieme-Jr.&s=7f9a4066a468b7787cce9f74c48e0115

This is a 9 page discussion I Thank God for Col. R.B. Thieme Jr.

City Data’s forum

http://www.city-data.com/forum/christianity/

There is at least one doctrinal believer who posts to this group (Mike555), and all topics of the Christian faith are fair game.

Classmates Western Religions

http://www.classmates.com/community/groups/groupHome?communityId=137

Discussions with people who are rational and with those who are teetering off the edge. I believe I first got drawn into a discussion here with someone who proposed that Jesus was teaching socialism (a liberation theology adherent).

Cult Education Forum

http://forum.rickross.com/read.php?14,13233,page=1

This is a fascinating forum, discussing R. B. Thieme Jr. and why his church is a cult. There were even questions as to, what happens to you when you leave this church? There seems to be one logical and intelligent voice in all of this, at the very beginning (Ephesians 1:3). SisterSoap goes on and on and on and on. I have included this forum more as a matter of interest rather than as a recommended forum.

The Free Thought and Rationalism Discussion Board

http://www.freeratio.org/

Previously the Internet Infidels Discussion Board. There are believers who post here as well but, be forewarned, these are mostly unbelieving liberals who post here.

Simply Bible

http://members.net-tech.com.au/sggram/dhome.htm

What caught my eye was their Isaiah page:

http://members.net-tech.com.au/sggram/f591.htm These are called Churches of Christ; I do not think that they are related to the Church of Christ denomination here.

Yahoo Groups

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/rbthiemepark/

A very small discussion group, mostly of those who do not like Bob Thieme Jr’s teaching, but with a smattering of those who do. It is a small group, also included as more of a matter of interest than anything else.








Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Church

Pastor

Website

Location

Exegesis/Doctrines

By His Grace Ministries

Darryl Anderson

http://www.bhgm.org/

Davao City, The Philippines

It does not appear as though this church is off the ground yet? This seems to be closely aligned with James Brettell’s ministries.

Under “Contact information” there are several contact persons throughout the Philippines.

Grace Christian Church

Nelson T. Rio II

http://www.gcc.com.ph/index.php

Grace Christian Church-Visayas, Inc.

Airport Road, Booy District

Tagbilaran City, Bohol 6300

Philippines

Although there were several lessons online, I could not access them. Grace Christian church email.

Bible Doctrine Ministries

Evangelist Kingsley

Bible Doctrine Ministries

Bible Doctrine Ministries

P.O. Box 4684

Trans-Amadi Post Office,

Port-Harcourt, Rivers State,

Nigeria, Africa


Phone: +234-1-8037-9920-21

Quite obviously, this is a small group of churches, so if you are aware of any others, please let me know!


Missionaries

Operation Grace World Missions

General contact site for several missionaries

Operation Grace World Missions

PO Box 19508

Houston TX 77224-9508

USA

Phone: 01 (713) 951-6965

Village Ministries International

A nondenominational, doctrinal missionary organization

email

Grace Evangelistic Ministries

Africa

Grace Evangelistic Ministries

P. O. Box 17246

Nashville, TN 37217-7246

Phone: 615-365-0015

Bible Doctrine Ministries

Nigeria in Africa

 

Armando Garcia

Costa Rica

email

Sola Gracia, under the leadership of George and Erica Mueller

Germany and Eastern Europe (Romania, Poland, Baltic Russia, Hungary and Lithuania) and Cameroun, Africa

email

Ralph and Cindy Lanosa

The Philippines

email

Grace Christian Church Ministries (the Nelson D. Rio family)

The Philippines

 

By His Grace Ministries

The Philippines (Davao City)

 

Max Klein

Chiangmai, Thailand

email

Tim and Oi McLachlan

Chiangmai, Thailand

email

James F. Myers Ministries

Kiev, Ukraine

email

Free gift ministries

Nigeria and India

email

Other Missionary Lists

http://www.berachah.org/missionaries_&_ministries.htm

http://www.spokanebiblechurch.com/Missions.htm

http://www.spokanebiblechurch.com/links/links_index.html

http://traeak.dyndns.org/Ministries.rhtml



Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


Evangelical Ministries

American Freedom Assemblies

http://www.youthontrack.org/

“American Freedom Assembly is a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting the principles of true freedom through the assembly format. We help young people understand that the solution must come from within. Only through their good decisions on a day by day basis will they be able to take control of their lives.” Gary Horton spoke at our school on 3 occasions, each of them quite memorable. One time, he gave the gospel—it was clear and unmistakable—but without mentioning the name of Jesus Christ.

Free Gift Ministries

http://www.christsavesministries.org/

Scott Grande is associated with the church of Robert R. McLaughlin and has apparently studied under Colonel R.B. Thieme Jr. He is an evangelist and a missionary.


There are about 20 doctrines and a few sermons (video and MP3) available on his site.

Grace Evangelical Society

http://www.faithalone.org/

“It has been amazing to watch what God has allowed us to do for these last 19 years. The years have been filled with great ministry opportunities indeed. With the distribution of over 100,000 You Can Be Sure! booklets, countless books and audio tapes, and tens of thousands of hits on our website each year, many have come to faith in Christ, gained assurance of their eternal life, and now walk in the knowledge of the grace of God. For this great opportunity to impact the world for Christ, we thank God first, but also all those that have partnered with us.”

Grace Gospel Missions

http://www.ggmissions.org/

“Our mission is to train missionaries and to support mission activity around the world. We believe that there is a need in the United States for an independent organization that can come along the side of the local church to provide training and support for mission the field.”

Huntsville State Prison Ministries

http://www.huntsville-state-prison-ministries.org/

This appears to be headed by Rick Henderson, who seems to be a squared away doctrinal believer. There are about a dozen doctrines at this site and an exegetical study of the first chapter of the book of Mark.

Rick Hughes Evangelical Ministries

http://www.bigrick.org/

“Rick Hughes Evangelistic Ministries, Inc. was founded for the purpose of communicating the Word of God to students and administrators in private schools and churches across the United States. This ministry is non-denominational in its thrust and is conducted freely without charge or obligation. No material is sold and no offerings are taken. There are a few good studies here as well, under Truth Online.”

Mission Afghanistan

http://www.doctrinalstudies.com/indexAM.html

The people involved in this ministry are Gary Horton, Pete Stadler, and John Dyer.


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links


Other Ministries

All Aboard God’s Train

http://allaboardgodstrain.org/

These are outstanding Bible lessons for young people.

UK Apologetics page

http://www.ukapologetics.net/3witnessindex.htm


http://www.ukapologetics.net/

We are now the major European-based Christian teaching website, specializing in Christian apologetics (the defence of the Christian faith)

Ariel Ministries

http://www.ariel.org/

“Ariel Ministries, created to evangelize and disciple our Jewish brethren, has been born from necessity to meet an urgent need. Ariel means "Lion of God," representing the Messiah Jesus as the Lion of Judah. It is also an alternate name for Jerusalem (Isaiah 29:1) - the city of peace now waiting for the Prince of Peace to return.”

AWANA

http://www.awana.org/

“Awana helps churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ!” [Go to the website to see how]

Basic Training Bible Ministries

http://www.basictraining.org/

“Basic Training Bible Ministries was founded in 1994 with the objective of providing categorical Bible teaching and study materials without cost to those who desire them. As such, this ministry continues to exist due to the free-will offerings of believers who desire to be part of our outreach.” This is run by Gene Cunningham and his wife. Several books and studies online.

Be a Hero

http://www.be-a-hero.org/

“Learn about the never-ending Journey in God's Plan for you! Includes coloring pages, word search, Bible quiz and more.”

Bible Doctrine Page

http://dbrents.wordpress.com/

Quite frankly, this is a disorganized blog which at first appears to deal primarily with salvation. However, there is a lot of material here (over 100 doctrines) which appears to be accurate. Most of the doctrines are accessible on the right hand side of each page. It is unclear whether these are notes which this person takes or whether he has done these studies himself (he does use a Thieme vocabulary and presents salvation and rebound correctly). There is a bit of Campus Crusade thrown in here as well. I am pretty certain that this is the work of one guy.

Bible Food

http://www.biblefood.com/index.html

This site is put together by Bob Jones, retired assistant pastor of Northside Bible Church, Jacksonville Florida. However, I cannot fine this church or its website. Although he is clearly influenced by R. B. Thieme Jr., I do not find any links to any related ministry. He lists over 50 doctrines and the couple I glanced at seemed to be quite accurate.

Bible News

http://biblenews1.com/

Larry Wood’s website. I recommend this with a grain of salt. The homepage has the United States broken up into various tribes of Israel (the same is true of Europe and other continents). I do not quite get that. He also has something about the four horses of the apocalypse running parallel in current world history. His presentation of the gospel and of rebound are accurate; but some of the website is just flat-out weird.

Bible Training Centre for Pastors

http://www.bibletraining.com/

“Our Mission: To extend non-formal theological training to the world’s untrained pastors and church leaders.”

brainout's Lord Pages

http://www.brainout.net/index.html

“The purpose of these sites for a reader, is abnormal. The sites are to encourage thinking OUT Doctrine, not teach or parrot it. Thinking out, not selling someone that 'my' pastor or 'my' idea of Bible is right; hence the sites are nonsectarian in orientation. Therefore, the sites 'do' a lot of thinking out (which I personally needed anyway). The reader is presumed to already know enough MD to play with the material: like it, lump it, rage at it, smile at it, whatever, before the Lord. [I am having the same reaction to this as you are—huh?—but there are some good things to be found at this website.”

Brother Bob Kleinschmidt's Sermon Notes

http://members.cox.net/brother-bob/

These are notes on 50–100 different doctrines based upon the R. B. Thieme Jr.’s teachings.

Camp Tetelestai

http://www.camptetelestai.org/

They are looking to build a Christian camp in Greenbrier, Arkansas

Faith Comes by Hearing

http://www.faithcomesbyhearing.com/features/link-to-us

Several versions of the Bible, read aloud. Also a way here for you to add their player to your webpage.

L. S. Chafer sermons

http://www.archangelbibleministries.org/dl_hi_chafer.htm

13 audio lessons by Chafer

L. S. Chafer sermons

http://www.austinbiblechurch.com/dhaa_dts.asp

25 more audio lessons by Chafer (easy to download)

Charlie Clough’s Bible Framework Course

http://www.bibleframework.com/course/study-online/

From the site: Rather than reading the Bible through the eyes of modern secularism this provocative six-part course teaches you to read the Bible through its own eyes-as a record of God's dealing with the human race. When you read it at this level, you will discover reasons to worship God in areas of life you probably never before associated with "religion." All lessons can be downloaded or listened to online; and course notes in pdf format can be downloaded from this site.

Dictionary of Doctrine

http://dictionaryofdoctrine.com/Dictionary-Contents.html

The doctrines came directly from Thieme notes (I could not find this stated anywhere). Some of the lessons are computer-read lessons (word for word from the notes; how the computer pronounces the word happiness is somewhat humorous). There are some normal sermons, but this site is not clearly associated with a church, and I am uncertain about some of them.

East Texas Bible Conference

http://www.joegriffin.org/OtherMins/etbc.asp

 

E-Sword

http://www.e-sword.net/downloads.html

E-Sword is a free computer Bible. I have used 4 or 5 different computer Bibles, and this is, of those I have used, the best. Drop-down box at website will give many of the modules which are available for e-sword.

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/bibles.html

This is probably the most extensive list of Bibles available for e-sword.

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/commentaries.html

Probably the most extensive list of Commentaries available for e-sword.

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/dictionaries.html

Probably the most extensive list of dictionaries available for e-sword (which includes lexicons).

E-Sword

http://www.davidcox.com.mx/e-swordmodules/module_creation.html

Module creation for e-sword.

E-sword

http://e-sword-users.org

Another resource for e-sword modules. This is very well-organized but you will need to set up a login account to download these modules.

Eternal Productions 101 Scientific Facts and Foreknowledge

http://www.eternal-productions.org/101science.html

This is a Catholic website; however, this is a fairly good list of scientific truths found in the Bible centuries before science discovered them.

Evangelical Bible College of Western Australia

http://www.ebcwa.org.au/

The doctrine seems quite sound; although it is unclear whether this is a brick and mortar college.

Evolution, Creationism and Intelligent Design

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-549609468847151230&hl=en

Outstanding video on the intricacies of creation, and how several sets of complex systems found within one animal could not have evolved. Links to related videos.

Evolution, Creationism and Intelligent Design

http://www.answersingenesis.org/

There is a lot here. Each month provides a dozen articles. These articles go back to 1999 (see Article Archives under Get Answers).

Evolution, Creationism and Intelligent Design

http://www.y-origins.com/index.php

 

Evolution, Creationism and Intelligent Design

http://www.biblicalcreation.org.uk/

The Biblical Creation Society

Faith Facts

http://www.faithfacts.org/

This website is devoted to apologetics and theology.

The Fisher’s Net

http://www.thefishersnet.com/Doctrinal_Learning_Cente.html

There are several men named Reeves who have entitled themselves pastors (of various sorts) and there are lessons under Ben Reeves’ name, which seem to be good. This is not a brick and mortar church and I have no idea where these men are located or if they are looking to establish a church.

Free Bible Studies on the Net

http://www.free-bible-study.org/index.html

Sort of a guided study. The biggest problem is, I do not see the spiritual life or rebound explained. The lessons seem reasonable and the linkw, for the most part, are pretty good.

Get to Know Your Bible

http://www.gettoknowyourbible.org/

A [doctrinal] Bible Study Web Site for Children, Teens and College Students

Glenn’s Christian Blog

http://wisdomknowledge.wordpress.com/

1. Over the last ten years I have slowly but surely found resources on the internet that were not easy to find so I have decided to make some of them available on this blog through links and posts. I would have loved to have found a site like this when I started searching the internet.

2. There are doctrines that I grew up with (I am a what many would call a classic dispensationalist) that are pertinent to things going on in the United States and the world today but very few in mainstream Christianity are discussing them from a perspective that I recognize as being solidly grounded in scripture. This should be a great forum to post these doctrines and give them a bit more visibility.

3. Then, building on item 2, occasionally make applications of these doctrines to current events.

Glenhaven Youth Ranch

http://www.glenhavenyouthranch.org/

 

God’s Letters

http://kidslettersfromgod.org/

“Author Angeline Grysen has provided the eight (8) Study Guides for Young People, Letter From God book series completely free of charge and downloadable . . .. these will take you on a journey through the entire Bible and are designed to provide young people with the basic Bible information needed to begin to live in God's Plan for their lives!”

Grace Evangelical Society

http://www.faithalone.org/

 

Grace Evangelistic Ministries --Moses Onwubiko

http://www.gracemissions.org/

 

Grace Fellowship Church Children’s Website

http://www.gracedoctrine.org/13.htm

Bible activities, puzzles, color-by-number, etc

Grace Notes

http://www.gracenotes.info/

“Grace Notes Courses are available as Bible studies leading to the Associate in Bible Teaching diploma.”

Grace notes has posted a good doctrinal test, so that you can take an inventory of your spiritual understanding:


http://www.gracenotes.info/topics/test.html

Grace Prison Ministries

http://www.graceprisons.org/

This is an evangelical ministry with some teaching; and they provide a transition home for some prisoners reentering society. Keithian L. Starling teaches weekly at 2 Nashville prisons and ministers to prisons in Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Florida.

James Brettell

http://www.brettell.org/

This will lead you to links of his various websites and his online presence.

Junto Society

http://juntosociety.com/index.html

This appears to be mostly a political and historical website with an intent to teach government. It is a bit difficult to navigate, but there appears to be a lot of material here. Monty Rainey, who wrote much of the material at this site, did apparently learn from R. B. Thieme Jr.


The book review section is quite interesting. Rainey and crew do a lot of reading.


Although there is a lot of interesting stuff on this site, including some American history information, it does not appear to be updated for the past several years.

Kids Love God

http://kidslovegod.org/

“Just like adults, children must learn to live their lives in the PLAN that GOD has created for them! We want you to have fun learning about GOD's PLAN at www.KidsLoveGod.org by SEEING, HEARING and SINGING about some of the things found in GOD's WORD, The Bible!”

Lifelike Pundits, Christian page

http://www.lifelikepundits.com/index.php/category/Christianity/

What seems to be the case is, Aaron has posted his Thieme notes on Israel in Conflict from 1991. It is likely that he is going through this study right now and posts his notes as he take them. This appears to begin with lesson 200:

http://www.lifelikepundits.com/index.php/site/bible_study_200/ The main page is a mixture of political commentary and doctrinal notes, posted on most days by what appears to be 3 or more authors.

Lighthouse Christian Youth Ministry

http://www.lighthousechristianyouth.org/index.php


http://www.lighthousechristianyouth.org/lessons.php

Marilyn & Steve Pomeroy appear to run a Christian camp and some Bible study in their home. This is located in Lighthouse Point, Florida. They list several dozen downloadable documents on their site, all in Microsoft Word format.

Mark Williamson Ministries

http://www.markkwilliamson.com/

Many documents and postings.

Mission Beacon

http://www.eccentrix.com/members/beacon/beacon.htm

These are notes on 50 or so doctrines. These notes are compiled by an anonymous pastor-teacher and whether he composes them himself or takes them from old Thieme sermons is unclear.

On-Line International School of Practical Ministry

http://www.olispm.com/index.html

This appears to be, to some degree, a free online seminary. I had difficulties getting the drop-down menu to work and I could not find my way back to several hundred doctrines which are listed and available for download. That is here:

http://www.olispm.com/requireddoctrines.htm

Operation Grace World Missions

http://www.ogwm.org/

 

PeeWee and Junior Tree of Life

http://www.gbible.org/prep_intro.htm

The Junior Tree of Life is a summary of weekly teachings from prep school classes at Grace Bible Church, written for young believers.

Prairie Kids

http://prairiekids.org/

Rhymes, Coloring pages, Kinder lessons, Games

PrepAIDE

http://www.prepaide.org/

 

Bob Thieme's Teachings on

Christian Living

http://l.b5z.net/i/u/6049008/i/Thieme.pdf

This is a Th.D dissertation by Joe Layton Wall originally entitled "A Critical Examination of the Teachings by Robert B. Thieme, Jr., on the Christian Life"

Reverend D. Ray Montgomery

http://www.revveduptv.com/

If you need a little humor in your life.

Rick Hughes' Ministry

http://www.bigrick.org/

 

Rick Hughes radio broadcasts

http://rickhughesministries.org/rick-hughes-radio/index.html

 

Russ Pickett

http://www.russpickett.com/fmindex.htm






http://www.russpickett.com/history/index.htm

Russ has obviously received a great deal of teaching from Berachah Church, although I do not see an acknowledgment of this (maybe I missed it?). He has about 300 doctrines and articles, but appears to be confused on dispensations (he believes that we are in the end times).


There is also some great stuff on American and Delaware history.

Scriptureman

http://www.scriptureman.com/

 

Shreveport Bible Conference

http://www.joegriffin.org/OtherMins/shbc.asp

 

Special Forces Newsletters

http://www.specialforces.com/store/customer/newsletters.php

Read “A Message from Dave” or “Dave’s Message.” There is a link on this page for the current newsletter. Dave is presenting a doctrinal viewpoint in this publication.

Special Moments with God

http://specialmomentswithgod.org/

“Bible lessons geared toward younger children. The purpose of this website is to teach children basic information about God's word. My goal is to make learning about the Lord Jesus Christ and God's ways fun and enjoyable by using colorful visual aides and poetry.”

Sword of the Spirit Ministries

http://www.swordofthespiritbibleministries.com/

Robt. Sonnet does a fairly complete breakdown of certain chapters of the New Testament into their Greek components; he even diagrams the sentences. He provides about 300 papers and doctrines online, including some which are intriguing, e.g., Anti-Semitism, Daniel’s 70th Week, Jerusalem, etc. .

Syndein (Bible notes and translation)

www.syndein.com/

These are mostly notes from R. B. Thieme’s teaching over the years, including an expanded translation of most books of the Bible. Ken, the guy who took these notes, also made an attempt to provide a translation for the books that Bob did not exegete. Ken is his real name (I don’t know his last name) and his pen name Joshua Sozo; aka Mr. Syndein

Tekton (an apologetics and education website)

http://www.tektonics.org/index.html

There are a huge set of links to various articles about apologetics, the Bible, and a variety of topics. Apparently, this is J. P. Holding’s website.

Television stations

http://www.thestreamtv.citymax.com/index.html

These are live streaming stations with quite a variety, including Arabic Language Bible Teaching TV, Creation Science TV, etc.

Theopedia

http://www.theopedia.com/Main_Page

This is the theological equivalent of the wikipedia (where they closely monitor the religious topics and limit the number of external links)

Thieme Bible Ministries

http://www.rbthieme.org/

 

Vern Seals' Memorial Trust

http://www.joegriffin.org/OtherMins/VernSeals.asp

 

WebBible Encyclopedia

http://christiananswers.net/dictionary/home.html

I came across the dictionary looking for material on angels. I can vouch for that article at least; and would suppose that other topics are handled well.

With Christ

http://withchrist.org/aboutus.htm

The heart of our modest ministry is personal email correspondence with Christians around the world who are hungry to grow in their spiritual life and service.


More Links

http://www.answers.com/

If you want some quick information on this or that person, this or that city, I must admit to being surprised at how helpful this site can be (it will give the information which can be found in several places on the internet).

http://kidslovegod.org/links.htm

Kids Love God Links

http://www.livegodsplan.org/

Live God’s Plan Links

http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Robert_Thieme

A reasonable biography of R. B. Thieme Jr.

http://dic.academic.ru/dic.nsf/enwiki/4133673

Another reasonable biography of R. B. Thieme Jr. (it appears to be almost identical to the one above)

http://www.fullbooks.com/Satan.html

L. S. Chafer’s Satan

http://bartimaeus.us/lewis_sperry_chafer.html

Other L. S. Chafer books online

http://www.raystedman.org/chafer/index.html

L. S. Chafer MP3 lectures


Doctrinal Churches

Verbal Exegetical Coverage of the Word of God

Exegeted Books from the Internet

Links to Doctrines

Online Bible Doctrines and Theological Dictionaries

Bible Translations and Other Resource Material

Ancient Language Resource Material

 

Doctrinal Discussions

Missionaries

 

Doctrinal Churches Outside of the United States

Evangelical Ministries

Other Ministries

More Links