SBTS Related Websites
Established in 1859, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is the flagship seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention. It has established a reputation for being on the cutting edge of evangelical scholarship and engagement with culture.
Theologian R. Albert Mohler, Jr., hosts this daily radio talk show, which addresses a range of current issues from a Christian worldview perspective. This site also features Dr. Mohler’s daily commentary and blog covering issues of theology and culture. His blog is no-holds-barred analysis of current issues and future trends from a conservative evangelical point of view.
Dr. Russell Moore
The Henry Institute is a think-tank devoted to equipping churches and church leaders to engage the culture from a biblical worldview perspective. The Institute is named for Carl F. H. Henry, the most influential evangelical theologian of the twentieth century. Henry’s 1947 manifesto, The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism, challenged an isolated evangelicalism to reconsider the calling of the church to be salt and light in society.
Baptist History and Theology Websites
Baptist Theology is a ministry of the Center for Theological Research at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. The website provides access to White Papers written for local church leaders, rare Baptist History Sources for historical theologians, selected articles and back issue data from the Southwestern Journal of Theology, and a Nexus of links to related ministries. The website also provides a Q&A page for local church leaders to ask questions of theologians affiliated with Southwestern Seminary.
The Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives
The Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives is a worldwide center for the study of Baptist history. Operated by the Council of Seminary Presidents, the SBHLA is one of the major denominational collections in the nation and serves by assignment of the Southern Baptist Convention as the central depository and archives of SBC records.
Baptist Studies Online
Baptist Studies Online (BSO) is a website dedicated to the study of Baptist history and thought, with special emphasis on Baptists in North America. The purpose of BSO is to facilitate the scholarly study of Baptists by making available to researchers and students an online journal, a primary source library, a comprehensive collection of Baptist history-related links, and a regularly updated list of announcements related to the field. BSO is a collaborative effort by Baptist scholars from a variety of traditions, with technical support provided by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina.
Center for Study of the Life and Work of William Carey
An ongoing, interactive site dedicated to the study of the life and work of William Carey, D.D., (1761-1834).
John Gill’s Archive
A website devoted to preserving the writings of John Gill (1697-1771). Features Sermons & Tracts, A Body of Doctrinal Divinity, A Body of Practical Divinity, The Cause of God and Truth, Solomon’s Song, and other miscellaneous works.
The Letters of Anne Dutton
A website containing the letters of Anne Dutton (1697-1765) on spiritual subjects.
Church History Websites
The Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University
The mission of the Jonathan Edwards Center is to support inquiry into the life, writings, and legacy of Jonathan Edwards by providing resources that encourage critical appraisal of the historical importance and contemporary relevance of America’s premier theologian.
The John Newton Project
A website devoted to the writings of the author of the hymn Amazing Grace: John Newton (1725-1807).
William Grimshaw of Haworth
http://www.grimshaworigin.org/WilliamGwOfHaworth.htm Website devoted to the life of William Grimshaw (1708-1763).