Useful websites

The following websites have some really good articles and information on a whole variety of subjects:
http://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/blog/ (The Good Book Company Blog)
http://www.christian.org.uk/ (The Christian Institute)
http://www.e-n.org.uk/ (Evangelicals Now newspaper)

The Briefing is sadly no longer available in the UK, but there is still a selection of articles on the Australian website. Click the link below to see more:
http://matthiasmedia.com/briefing/

Bible Gateway is a great resource for reading and listening to the Bible online.
http://www.biblegateway.com/

Internet Accountability.  Covenant Eyes is a program that tracks websites you visit on your computers, smart phones, and tablets, and sends them in an easy-to-read report to someone you trust. This makes it easy to talk about the temptations you face online.
http://www.covenanteyes.com

Living Out is an excellent resource for Christians who experience same sex attraction and those who want to help Christians they know to live faithfully. The website says “We’re a group of Christians who experience same sex attraction and we want to share our stories, answer your questions and recommend resources about Christianity and same sex attraction.”
http://www.livingout.org

Here at Trinity, we’re part of The North West Partnership. Do have a look at their website to find out who they are, what they do and what is happening in the North West.
http://www.northwestpartnership.com/

Buxton Christian Bookshop
http://www.chapterandverse.org.uk/

Online Christian book shops
www.thegoodbook.co.uk
www.10ofthose.com

Talks and Articles
http://www.desiringgod.org/ (Sermons and articles from John Piper)
http://sermons2.redeemer.com/ (Sermons from Tim Keller)
http://www.proctrust.org.uk/ (Talks and resources from The Proclamation Trust)

Youth
http://www.thisissound.com/index.php (Sound – annual youth conference run by North West Youthworks, part of the North West Partnership)
http://fervr.net/ (A website aimed at Christian young people. Helping you think through being a Christian teen)

 

 

Big Questions

Here at Trinity, we love to answer people’s questions and to help them find out more about who Jesus is and what it means to be a Christian. We’ve added this page to help people think through their big questions.

If you can’t find the answer to your question, do e-mail us at mail@trinitychurchbuxton.org.uk and someone will get back to you as soon as they can. We’d love to help you find the answers you’re looking for.

 

What is a Christian? What does a Christian believe?
If these sound like questions you’d like to know the answer to, why not have a look at the 2 websites below?

The ‘Two ways to live’ website gives a simple outline of what Christians believe.
http://www.matthiasmedia.com.au/2wtl/

The Christianity Explored website will help you understand what it means to be a Christian as well as answering some common questions about Christianity. It also has some stories of people who became Christians and how Jesus makes a difference to their lives.
http://www.christianityexplored.org/ then click the 'Tough Questions' tab at the top

 

What about science? Doesn’t it disprove God?
We can often think that Science and God can’t possibly go together. Why not have a look at the website below to hear some Scientists speak about their Christian faith?

http://www.st-helens.org.uk/resources/science?ref=feature
(St. Helen’s Bishopgate is a Bible teaching church in the heart of the City of London.) 



What about other religions? Aren’t they all the same? Why does God allow suffering? What about miracles? What about…?
The list of questions is endless, but are important to ask, and even more important to get answers to.

BeThinking is a website which addresses lots of different questions that people ask.
www.bethinking.org

The Christianity Explored website has a series of videos answering some common questions that people ask.
http://www.christianityexplored.org/ then click the 'Tough Questions' tab at the top

This website also answers some questions that you may have:
http://www.tell-me-more.org/