Theological Links

Important Note: I created this page by starting with a copy of a page from Christ the King Presbyterian Church, PCA, El Paso, and made minor modifications.   I thank them for creating a great list of links.   However, since they don’t maintain this page, please blame me, not them, if you don’t like it.   Also, since I don’t control the pages linked to, … please don’t shoot me, either.  Thanks.


The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
"The Alliance is a broad coalition of evangelical Christian leaders from a number of different denominations, including Baptist, Independent, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Reformed. Our purpose is to call the church, amidst our dying culture, to repent of its worldliness, to recover and confess the truth of God's Word as did the Reformers, and to see that truth embodied in doctrine, worship, and life."

Credenda Agenda (Douglas Wilson et al)
"Credenda Agenda is a free, bimonthly periodical exploring all areas of life from a biblical, classical Protestant perspective."

Modern Reformation
"Modern Reformation Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine dealing with theology, apologetics and cultural issues. "

Theologia (Mark Horne et al)
"Our goal - faithfully Biblical, distinctively Reformed, comprehensively catholic. Starting as a collection of papers by Mark Horne a few years ago, Theologia has slowly expanded to include works by a variety of authors as well as an active discussion forum. As our motto states, our goal is to provide thought-provoking material that is faithfully Biblical, distinctively Reformed, and comprehensively catholic. We hope to not only share our thoughts, but also to provide a forum for you to share yours. So after enjoying Theologia, please drop by the Forums and join the discussion."

Biblical Horizons (James Jordan et al)
"Biblical Horizons is committed to historical Biblical Christianity. We seek to be thoroughly Biblical, comprehensively catholic, and true to the Reformation faith. We believe that the primary issue before the Church today is the lordship of Jesus Christ. -- Our vision is expressed in our research and publications. We believe that the following perspectives must be recovered if the Church and then society are to be revived: Trinitarian Awareness, Biblical Absolutism, Covenant-historical Interpretation of the Bible, Presuppositional Thinking, Biblical Theocracy, Biblical Eschatology, Biblical Worship, Singing of God's Word, Christian Transformation, and Serious Reflection on the issues before the Christian world today"
"Paedocommunion is the practice of giving the Lord's Supper to baptized children, even apart from a coming-of-age ritual such as confirmation or profession of faith. -- Paedocommunion was the universal practice of the Church until the late medieval period (c. 1200). It is attested at least as far back as Cyprian (c. 250), and is witnessed throughout the centuries following (e.g. in Augustine, Leo the Great, etc.). ... Just as the children of the old covenant were admitted to the sacramental communal meals of the OT (such as Passover), so too the children of the new covenant belong at the table of the Lord. This is the position of a growing number of Presbyterian and Reformed scholars and pastors, who are recognizing the profound biblical foundation that underlay the historic practice of paedocommunion."

Desiring God (John Piper)
"God-centerd resources from the ministry of John Piper."

The Center for the Advancement of Paleo Orthodoxy
"The Center for the Advancement of Paleo Orthodoxy is a distinctively biblical and historic consortium of networked think tanks, publications, and scholars. The purpose of the Center, located in Oak Ridge TN, is to shed ancient biblical light on modern issues."

The Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics (CRTA)
"The Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics (CRTA) is dedicated to providing biblically sound online resources for the edification of God's people. The Center is committed to the system of doctrine known as Calvinism, which we see to be the most biblically faithful systematization of the Bible's teachings. On those issues, such as eschatology, where there is genuine disagreement among Reformed believers, the Center will present the debate surrounding the issue in order to help God's people prayerfully consider the alternative perspectives. The Center will also endeavor to offer responses to atheistic sites on the Internet."
"1. A plant from the lily family bearing colorful, cup-shaped flowers."
"2. The Reformed system of doctrine which exalts the God of heaven and earth for the salvation He gives to man."

Christian Classics Ethereal Library
"Classic Christian books in electronic format, selected for your edification. There is enough good reading material here to last you a lifetime, if you give each work the time it deserves! All of the books on this server are believed to be in the public domain in the United States unless otherwise specified. Copy them freely for any purpose."

Abate Not
"‘Central Station’ for locating Reformed Christian Resources!"


The WhiteHorse Inn
"Tune in every week for lively theological discussion in The White Horse Inn. Theologians Michael Horton, Ken Jones, Kim Riddlebarger, and Rod Rosenbladt unravel the meaning of scripture passages and make learning theology interesting and dynamic."

Atlantic Coast Communications
"ACC is a turn-key radio program producer, agency, consultant and real audio internet provider." Hear Dr. Bryan Chapel, president of Covenant Theological Seminary, Dr. Mark Dever of Capitol Hill Baptist Church, and many other gifted preachers from the Reformed tradition.

Transforming Presence
Skip Ryan, pastor of Park Cities Presbyterian Church, is a tremendous Gospel preacher.

Introduction to Worship

Liturgical Calendar -- (If unavailable, click HERE for cached version)

The Churchman's Ordo Kalendar -- (from

Is the Church Year Biblical?

Why a Liturgical Way of Worshiping God?


We are theologically "Reformed" and have been members of various
churches in the Prebyterian Church in America (PCA) for many years.
Here are some of the churches we can recommend:

Our current home church: New St. Peter's Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas Other favorite or former home churches in Austin, Dallas, & Houston: Christ Presbyterian Church, Flower Mound, Texas   (map)
Their website is a tremendous launching pad for discovering what the Reformed faith is all about and has endless links and resources. The hymnal commentary by Leonard Payton (former Chief Musician at Redeemer, Austin) is a tremendous resource and sometimes a barrel of laughs! Check it out!

Christ the King Presbyterian Church, Austin, Texas

Christ the King Presbyterian Church , Houston, Texas

Church of the Holy Communion, Dallas, Texas (A Reformed Episcopal Church)

Emanuel Presbyterian Church, Austin, Texas

Park Cities Presbyterian Church, Dallas, Texas

Providence Presbyterian Church, Sugarland, TX

Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Austin, Texas

Town North Presbyterian Church, Richardson, Texas
Other great PCA churches: Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church, Monroe, Louisiana

Christ the King Presbyterian Church, El Paso, Texas

Fort Worth Presbyterian Church, Fort Worth, Texas

Highlands Presbyterian Church, Ridgeland, Mississippi

Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Waco, Texas

Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA


Presbyterian Church in America

Orthodox Presbyterian Church

Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America

Reformed Episcopal Church

Find a comprehensive list on the webpage of the North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council (NAPARC)

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