No Denomination - Believers

Tony St. Germaine's picture

If you are non-denominational and wary of church history, then the sky is the limit concerning resources. Some of the best resources I've found are found here at CCEL.Org.

- I am suspect of the newer lines of neo-evangelicalism and their getting away from the historical and orthodox view of scripture. After all, if you are presenting the Gospel, how can this be done if there is always a questionable uncertainty about the text, that requires a "gnostic style group leader" to explain the Bible's meaning? At this point, who are you placing the weight of faith on? The Historical Bible text or on a person's opinion?

Tony St. Germaine

ElderDad's picture

Thank you


Thank you for the kind words about The huge library represents a lot of hours digitizing and proofreading by Harry Plantinga and his meager staff, plus many volunteers who submit and correct these historical documents. Your appreciation for the library is appreciated.

Dave S.
Senior Moderator, Volunteers for Proofreading
2 Tim. 3:16--All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable
for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.