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Weymouth New Testamanet

Read R. F. Weymouth's The New Testament in Modern Speach This is one of the earliest, and only readily available, modern translations of the New Testament. Or just read The Gospel of Matthew. You can download Vol. 1 of William Barclay's Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew and read Vol 2 online.

 

 

Because most of the users of this website will be people who are from a Christian cultural background, even if they are no longer Christians, we are providing extra resources to explain the Christian tradition. You can find them here:

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Apologetics

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Biography

   

christianity is christ

Griffith Thomas' Christianity is Christ is a basic work. You can download it as a pdf file here.

You can also download or read online:
C. K. Chestrton's classic work Orthodoxy

William Barclay's A Book of Everyday Prayers

 
           

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Click on the image or here to read an extract on Christianity from Understanding World Religions.

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Hear Irving talk about The Christian Charismatic movement

Jesus and Mary

To learn about Christian art visit: Artway

Discover the Christian year



rubala gospels

To read the King James, or Authorized, version of The Bible click here or read The New Revised Standard Version click here.

           
All texts and graphics on Understanding World Religions are protected by copyright, 1995, 199, 2011. Permission to reproduce material found on this Web Site must be obtained from the appropriate copyright owner. World religions graphic by Christopher Tobias from Irving Hexham's Understanding World Religions, Zondervan, Grand Rapids, 2012, and Roberta Polfus, from the Concise Dictionary of Religion, InterVarsity Press, Carol Stream, 1994.