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 At RBC, we believe that scripture is the primary source for truth on theological issues.  However, there are many excellent sources that provide insight on properly interpreting the Bible, as well as in dealing with 21st century issues.   

This page is designed to get you started in your personal search for secondary sources.  There is an abundance of Christian literature, and it is often difficult to determine which sources are worthwhile.  Here are sources that we have found to be particularly useful.
Below are links to some great blogs on theology and philosophy.

Parchment and Pen 
The Ekklesia Project  
The Internet Monk 
Think Christianly

Philisophical Theology
Be Thinking 
Wisdom and Folly 
Evangelical Philosophical Society 
The Prosblogian 
The Scriptorium 

Addicted to Mediocrity:  Francis Schaeffer

The Cost of Discipleship
:  Dietrich Bonhoeffer

The Dawkins Delusion?
:  Alister & Joanna McGrath

How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth:  Gordon Fee

Love Your God with All Your Mind
: JP Moreland

Mere Christianity:  C.S. Lewis

Reasonable Faith:  William Lane Craig

The Resurrection of the Son of God
:  NT Wright

They Like Jesus but Not the Church:  Dan Kimball

The Weight of Glory:  C.S. Lewis

The Works of Love:  Soren Kierkegaard
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