“But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear” (1 Peter 3:15).
Access Research Network: From their web site: “Access Research Network is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing accessible information on science, technology and society. We focus on such controversial topics as genetic engineering, euthanasia, computer technology, environmental issues, creation/evolution, fetal tissue research, AIDS, and so on. Through our publications and product offers, we give you the information you need to orient yourself in today's scientific and technological world and make informed decisions.”
American Scientific Affiliation: An association and network of scientists and Christians interested in science. Good articles on many faith/science issues. However many articles reflect an acceptance of Theistic Evolution.
Apologetics.org: A general apologetics site sponsored by the C. S. Lewis Society, containing papers on multiple subjects by some of the best scholars in their fields.
Center for Cultural Leadership: From their web site: “The Center for Cultural Leadership believes that culture should be Christian — not by political coercion, but by spiritual conversion. Christian is what Western culture was for 1000 years, and this what it should be today.” Dr. P. Andrew Sandlin’s site, with resources for cultural transformation from a Christian Reformational worldview.
C. S. Lewis Foundation: (Distinct from the C. S. Lewis Society above) From their mission statement: “Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learning and the culture at large.” Some insightful articles. Also the group behind the plans to begin C. S. Lewis College, “a fully accredited, four-year “Great Books” college with a School of the Visual and Performing Arts.”
Discovery Institute: Insightful articles an all aspects of culture, exploring them from a Christian perspective.
Evangelical Philosophical Society: The premiere organization in the United States for Christians doing philosophy.
Evolutionary Informatics: Peer reviewed papers on intelligent design, especially from the aspect of information science.
4Truth.net: Apologetics and religions web page for the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Institute for Creation Research: Site of the most well-known Young earth Creationist organization.
ITEST: Institute for Theological Encounter With Science and Technology. From their web site: “If we had to condense our theme into a bumper sticker, it would be ‘reject scientism.’ We consider it far too limiting to think that all knowledge must be scientific, and anything else isn't worth knowing.” Begun by Roman Catholics, but open to scientists, theologians, and technologists of different traditions, the site has some thought-provoking and stimulating articles on many subjects.
Leadership U: A resource base web site on various issues of Christianity and culture, aimed primarily at college and university students and professors, sponsored by Faculty Commons, the faculty outreach and training arm of Campus Crusade for Christ International.
Philosophia Reformata: From the web site: “Philosophia Reformata was founded in 1935 by the Dutch philosophers Herman Dooyeweerd and Dirk Vollenhoven. Since its inception it has carried papers, critical studies and reviews that contribute to the on-going project of Christian Philosophy.”
Polanyi Society: “The Polanyi Society is a scholarly organization whose members are interested in the thought of Michael Polanyi, a scientist and philosopher who lived from 1891 to 1976.” Polanyi’s philosophy teaches that all knowledge is based in, and issues from, a faith commitment.
Probe Ministries: From their web site, “Probe's mission is to present the Gospel to communities, nationally and internationally, by providing life-long opportunities to integrate faith and learning through balanced, biblically based scholarship, training people to love God by renewing their minds and equipping the Church to engage the world for Christ.” Artículos en Español se encuentran aquí.
Reasonable Faith: Web home of philosopher and apologist Dr. William Lane Craig from Talbot School of Theology. Includes transcripts of debates with prominent atheists on various topics.
Reasons to Believe: Led by Dr. Hugh Ross, very informative Old-universe Creationist site.