The Best Free Christian Resources On The Web


I'm trying to compile a list of free Christian Resources on the Web. This is a dynamic list, so feel free to add to it by posting a comment.

Desiring God has the majority of John Piper's books available online. Get them here.

Desiring God also has hundreds of dynamite sermons by Piper. Get them here.

All the messages from the New Attitude conference along with accompanying videos can be downloaded here.

Ravi Zacharias ministries has a wonderful collection of audio and video resources, including the Richard Dawkins and Alistair McGrath debates on the existence of God. Get them here.

Think you're smart? Try reading some Al Mohler articles.

You can read some of the giants of the Christian faith thanks to our friend For example:
- Augustine
- John Bunyan
- Charles Spurgeon

Download free music from Sovereign Grace Ministries:
- Let Your Kingdom Come
- All I Really Need
- Across The Great Divide (remix)
- Hope Has Come

Download Dave Harvey's booklet on Missiology here, his booklet on church leadership here, his booklet on the call to ministry here, and C.J. Mahaney's booklet on election here.

Download "Why Small Groups" here, "How Can I Change" here, "This Great Salvation" here, "Disciplines for Life" here, and "The Rich Single Life" here.

Randy Alcorn has loads of free resources on the Eternal Perspective Ministries website. Get them all here.

The website has many free audio books for download. A quick search showed John Bunyan, Charles Spurgeon, and G.K. Chesterton

I didn't even scratch the surface on the amount of free stuff out there. Please feel free to add to this list.

Posted by Stephen Altrogge at 4:03 PM  

2 comments: has a decent commentary by IVP available at their site.

Anonymous said...
August 5, 2007 at 10:56 PM has an incredible wealth of seminary courses in audio format along with slides corresponding to many of the classes. For example, you can take systematic theology from Bruce Ware and Biblical Greek from Bill Mounce.

Anonymous said...
August 7, 2007 at 1:01 PM  

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