Blogs (Annotated and Expanded)
Adrian Warnock – Lay pastor, blogger extraordinaire, and genuinely nice person. I had the opportunity to visit Adrian’s church once when I was in London and speak with him for awhile. Definitely as genuine and personable in real life as he seems on the web (also very tall).
Al Mohler –
Between Two Worlds – The blog of Justin Taylor. Whatever it is, you probably heard it here first.
Tim Challies – Tim has one of the most popular blogs on the Christian blogosphere. His book reviews are a must read. He recently wrote an extremely valuable book, The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment.
Fide-O – Jason Robertson, pastor of Murietta Valley Church in Southern California. Always has something interesting to read.
Internet Monk – Michael Spencer. There are a handful of things that I will always disagree with him about. But he has the habit of regularly hitting one out of the park. I am frequently challenged by his site.
James MacDonald –
Jonathan Moorhead –
Parchment and Pen –
Crossway Books – You can find good books from almost any publisher, but with Crossway, you’ll have trouble finding a bad one.
The Discerning Reader – Should be your first stop for book reviews.
desiringGod – John Piper’s entire career on audio. All for free.
Grace to You –
Truth for Life –
Biblical Training – Great set of basic to seminary level courses. Highlights include two semesters of Systematic Theology taught by Bruce Ware. Free
Reformed Theological Seminary – Also available on iTunes. Free
Amazon.com – Still my first stop. Offers convenience, great prices, and an almost exhaustive selection
Monergism Books –
Westminster Books –