An excellent and helpful site put together by Episcopalians and others to assist anyone interested in exploring and deepening their faith.
Jesus of the Week
Check back regularly for the latest humor from this terrific satirical take on superficial "Christian" art.
Miss Poppy Dixon's outrageous counter offensive against the Christian right and its politics. This is one of the most imaginative and quirky religious sites on the Net. Very refreshing. Highly recommended.
The Text This Week If one were limited to a single website as a resource for studying the Bible, this would be it!
A resource to help print and broadcast journalists when they encounter religion in stories about government, politics, education, social services, science and other areas of public life. A tremendously useful resource for anyone thinking or writing about religion and contemporary culture.
The Jesus Seminar
This is the controversial network of scholars who study the New Testament and the figure of Jesus using tools of critical analysis to separate myth from historical reality ... if that is possible.
Full texts of mostly public domain articles and books by leading religious scholars, writers, theologians, historians, etc. A goldmine of the best thinking available on the topic of religion. Without spending a penny on a book you could treat yourself to a theological education simply by reading a significant portion of the books and articles on this site.
An amazing compendium of facts and statistics on church membership and adherent statistics not only covering Christianity but also the major religions of the world, as well as some minor ones.
If you want to talk with someone in person, please feel free to call 212-864-5436
The Rev. Charles P. Henderson is a Presbyterian minister and
Executive Director of CrossCurrents.
He is the author of God and Science (John Knox Press, 1986).
A revised and expanded version of the book is appearing here. God and Science (Hypertext Edition,
He is also editor of a new book, featuring articles by world class scientists and theologians, and illustrating the leading views on the relationship between science and religion: Faith, Science and the Future (CrossCurrents Press, 2007).
Charles also tracks the boundry between the virtual and the real at his blog: Next World Design, focusing on the mediation of art, science and spirituality in the metaverse.