For Biblical Studies:

  • Biblehub.com   (Best Bible Study Resource Online)
  • Biblegateway.com   (Another great Bible Study Resource Online)
  • Studylight.org   (Another useful Resource with the best commentaries)
  • ccel.org/ccel/henry/mhc.i.   (Matthew Henry’s Commentary – Best Biblical Commentary by far)
  • studylight.org/commentaries/cal.   (John Calvin’s Commentary – Sound and Judicious)
  • studylight.org/commentaries/geb.   ((John Gill’s Commentary – Reformed Baptist very Insightful in places)
  • studylight.org/commentaries/jtc.   (John Trapp’s Commentary – Short and pithy Puritan observations)
  • studylight.org/commentaries/tbi.   (The Biblical Illustrator – Great Tool)
  • studylight.org/commentaries/lcc.   (John Peter Lange’s Commentary – Great 19th century Commentary)
  • Biblicalstudies.org.uk (Some useful academic studies)
  • wikipedia.org (Very useful with lots of information, but be careful)

For Theology and Apologetics:

  • reformed.org/documents (Early Creeds, Reformed Confessions and Catechisms, with much more)
  • archive.org   (Free Online Reformation and Puritan Resources)
  • puritanlibrary.com   (Puritan Library)
  • digitalpuritan.net   (Another Puritan Library)
  • westminsterassembly.org   (Westminster Assembly Project)
  • prdl.org   (Post Reformation Digital Library)
  • edwards.edu.yale   (Jonathan Edwards library)
  • monergism.com (Reformed and Puritan Resources)
  • swrb.com   (Still Waters Revival Books (Reformation and Puritan resources)
  • wikisource.org   (Many valuable documents and treatises)
  • sermonaudio.com   (Reformed Preaching/Teaching??? – Some good, and some bad)
  • frame-poythress.org   (John Frame/ Verne Poythress website – useful in parts)

For Church History:

  • All the Previous
  • ccel.org (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)
  • ccel.org/s/schaff/history (Philip Schaff’s History of the Church)
  • newadvent.org/fathers (The Early Church Fathers+some Medieval theologians)
  • tertullian.org/fathers (The Early Church Fathers+some Medieval theologians)
  • wikipedia.org (A very valuable resource to be used cautiously – I have contributed to many articles over the years)
  • wikisource.org (Many valuable documents and resources available here)

For Book Purchases:

  • heritagebooks.org   (Reformation Heritage Books, the best place to buy Reformed/Puritan books)
  • Amazon.com   (The best place to buy books overall; new, used, and out of print…..Amazon Prime)
  • Bookfinder.com   (World Wide Search for used and out of print books)
  • Christianbook.com   (Great for discounted sets and home school and Christian school materials)
  • bjupress.com   (Bob Jones Publishing – for Home school and Christian school resources)
  • abeka.com (Abeka Publishing – for Home school and Christian school resources)