Links

The “Links” that I provide in the right column should be used with discretion.  I do not necessarily agree with every article or everything written in the “Links”.  On the one hand, I do want to provide enough “Links” that will provide a range of good Reformed resources.  On the other hand, I do not want to provide too many “Links” which will diminish the importance of each “Link” due to the total number of “Links”.

From time to time, people ask me to put a link to their web site in my “Links”.  With all due respect and best wishes to others, I cannot maintain the specific focus of my web site by being too general so as to include a link to every Christian web site.  In addition, other web sites (to which I have “Links”) will also provide other links to the reader without the need for me to duplicate herein all those links.

Most of my links are to Scripture, Reformed Creeds, churches, and publications.  My daily devotions show this emphasis of Scripture and Reformed Creeds.  I also provide some “Links”, because they may do a good job of featuring current religious news or new books.  With all the links, I include them to help the reader quickly access Reformed Doctrine resources, particular those “Links” that I use the most.

One of my goals is to draw the readers closer to what I consider to be the bullseye of Reformed doctrine.  As you can see, I provide many “Links” and resources from the Protestant Reformed Churches (“PRC”).  The faithfulness, focus, and passionate defense of Reformed doctrine by this small denomination entitle it to such prominence and recommendation in this web site.

If you just rest the cursor above each link, without clicking it, a description of the link will “pop up”.  Thank you.

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Responses

  1. Hi Bill,
    Thanks so much for your blog; I was linked here from the Protestant Reformed Churches in America (PRCA) link page. I too have been very blessed in reading from the wealth of online material from the PRCA, along with my fairly new print subscription to their “Standard Bearer”. The saddest thing about the PRCA is that one is not near where I live! The nearest reformed church (a Bible Presbyterian Church) is 50 miles away.

    • Hi Mark:

      Thank you. Welcome to my site. As you can see, I post fresh daily devotions from my reading of Scripture (which contain mostly references of other similar Scripture) .

      I am so pleased to have a link at the PRCA web site, and we are all blessed to have such PRCA resources available on-line. I also pray my own daily devotions and links are also a blessing to others.

      Yours truly,
      Bill


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