Not Just Bibles
A Guide to Christian Resources on the Internet

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Part 7 of 34
March 10, 2000
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7. World Wide Web Sites: CHRISTIAN J-Z

Hey, if you "juggle", this is the place you want to be! Check it out. Also available at this site is a downloadable version of CJA's Newsletter, and related links to the Mission Statement and membership lists. You can join!

CLS' mission statement: To be the national grassroots network of lawyers and law students, committed to proclaiming, loving and serving Jesus Christ, through all we do and say in the practice of law, and advocating biblical conflict reconciliation, public justice, religious freedom and the sanctity of human life.

CLSnet affiliates include the Center for Law and Religious Freedom, the Institute for Christian Conciliation, a CLS Legal Aid Network, CLS Law Student Ministries. Also available are links to colleague organizations. Periodicals available on-line include CLS Quarterly, The Defender, and, Religious Liberty Press Releases.

An international body of Christians who use computer technology for the Glory of God. Quite often ministries and individuals are hampered because they are not using any technology (or they are getting the wrong solutions using their technology). We all know that the computer industry is a fast changing field. It is very hard to stay current, unless one invests in a lot of time. Investing time in technology takes time away from ministry. CMUG can bridge that gap by providing information focused on and related to ministry. CMUG has brought together a wealth of information for Christians interested in using Macintosh computing resources. - Adapted from Christian Macintosh Users Group, Douglas Wade. CMUG presents a formidable base of information available to all who visit the site. This includes thorough and well presented writing on all aspects of computing in the form of His Servant Newsletter, and Writers for CMUG (both periodicals represented in the Newsletters/ Journals section of this guide), an extensive Biblical Software Database that integrates software at CMUG's FTP site. Highly Recommended.
CMUG FTP: Find extensive software: fonts, utilities, clip-art, etc. under "WARES" at the main website.

Christian Mediation and Arbitration Service - CMAS is a vehicle for the solution of disputes, particularly between Christian believers engaged in business. Legal and biblical resource.
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CMF is a worldwide, non-denominational fellowship of Christians in and associated with the United States Armed Forces who are inviting military people and their families to meet the Lord Jesus Christ while helping each other to live out their relationship with Him. Provides related links to the Association of Christian Conferences, Teaching and Seminars, Independent Charities of America, Military Community Youth Ministries, and Officers Christian Fellowship.

Information at this site includes direct links to SIM, however this archive distinguishes itself as a ministry in Christian mission networking information. Included are links to other missions web sites, e-mail links to mission organizations on the internet, a prayer request section, letters and thoughts on missions, missionary biography, events, links to commercial sites related to missions, and resources for world Christians, including very important international news sources.

Maintained by Steve Hayes, the purpose of this page is to provide links to, or information about, electronic communications networks for Christians in Africa, and especially Southern Africa. Most of the links are to Web pages, but information about other means of communication, such as bulletin board networks, is also included. Contents are ordered in the following fashion: African web sites, Church web sites, Education and training, Mission and evangelism, Church, society and culture, History and research, Liturgy, music and worship, Books and publications, Monasteries and other Christian communities, Links to other continents, Personal links, Non-Christian religions & philosophies, Bulletin Board Systems (BBSs), Miscellaneous, and, Best of their kind.

Redmon Barbry is not only providing a quote a day, but developing an archive that includes previous and future quotes. Additionally, he has provided a subject/ author index which promises to make the archive not solely a thought provoking moment, but also a very valuable research tool. From January 13, 1996: "Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers. Pray for powers equal to your tasks. Then the doing of your work shall be no miracle, but you yourself shall be the miracle." ... Phillips Brooks. Christian Quote of the Day is now available via automatic mailing. Refer to the Mail-based Services section of this guide for more information.
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This site has been assembled to promote communication from within the CRC, to be an introduction for others who wish to know more about the CRC, and for those who wish to know more about Jesus Christ. The website includes an online magazine ("The Banner")which deals with contemporary issues, and also includes information on the Celebrate Jesus 2000 Initiative.

The Christian Research Institute has now established an official site on the internet which includes sections providing Free Articles, available resources, Listen to the Bible Answer Man Broadcast, About Hank Hanegraaff, a searchable Resource Center, an online bookstore, and information about CRI. There are form-based utilities allowing users to order many CRI publications. There is also an online contact form for presenting questions to CRI staff members. CRI has provided an exhaustive list of available publications under the following topics: Angels, Apologetics, Astrology, Bible (General), Branham, William, Charismatic Issues (General), Children of God/ The Family, Christadelphianism, Christian Doctrine (General) Christian Living (General), Christian Research Institute, Christian Research Journal, Church Universal and Triumphant, Computers/ Computer Software, Cults (General), Eschatology, "est" Seminars (The Forum), Faith Movement, Foreign Language Materials, Freemasonry, Jehovah's Witnesses, "Kingdom Now" Theology, Liberalism, Local Church/ Witness Lee, Martin Under Fire, Mind Sciences/ New Thought, Moral and Ethical Issues, Mormonism, New Age Movement/ Neopaganism, Oneness Pentecostalism, Origins/ Science and Christianity, Reincarnation, Roman Catholicism, Rosicrucianism, Salvation/ Evangelism, Scientology, Self-Esteem/ Robert Schuller, Self-Realization Fellowship, Seventh-Day Adventism, Spiritual Warfare/ Occult/ Satanism, Transcendental Meditation, UFOs, Unification Church, Unitarianism, Way International, and, World Religions. CRI has also included an online contact form. Highly recommended.

Provided within these pages are current news, lists of state and national ministries, a bibliography of books and articles, and full text files. Extensive information is available from these pages.

Candid, concise reviews of today's movies and videos from a Christian perspective. Provides recommendations for great family viewing. Get the info you want without long, boring. Got an opinion? Contribute your own review. Sponsored by Films for Christ.

CTRF is the Christian Theological Research Fellowship, a scholarly, Christian organization promoting systematic and moral theology, along with related disciplines. The Fellowship gathers to provide Christian fellowship among academic theologians; to provide an ecumenical and international forum in North America for the development of Christian doctrine and ethics; to stimulate Christian theological thinking in the context of the AAR/SBL convention; to stimulate theological renewal that focuses on the mainstream of Christian tradition, guided by the belief that theology is truth-seeking (fides quaerens intellectum); and, to provide various avenues for the publication of academic theology. The focus of the group, set forth in their mission statement, lies in the development and advancement of the Apostolic tradition (the mainstream or consensus of Christian doctrinal history), not simply in its description or criticism. -- quoted from What is the CTRF. The web site provides the fellowship's CTRF News and Notes, Papers presented at the annual meeting of the CTRF, and the Journal for Christian Theological Research, all described in the Journals/ Newsletters section of this guide.

This web page brings together a number of remote links of interest to Christian Reconstruction. Available on line is a link to Andrew Sandlin's The Creed of Christian Reconstruction. There are also links to the Chalcedon Foundation, Southern California Center for Christian Studies, American Vision, Compass, Reuben Alvarado, Foundation for Biblical Studies, Forerunner, Blumenfield Education Letter, Contra Mundum, Credenda Agenda, U-Turn, and a Theonomy FAQ.

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