A Few Good Christian Books Online

The following book links represent a compilation of Christian books available at no charge on the internet. You will note that there are a number of Christian biographies which in my opinion, other than the Scripture itself, are an especially rich source of encouragement in how to live the practical, everyday Christian life. If you know of other biographies available on the web, please send the link and they will be posted to for the edification of the body of Christ. Thank you in advance.

Remember that I have not read every resource on this page, so if you find a work that you feel is questionable and specifically does not square with Scripture, as a good Berean, please email your concern and the work will be examined and removed if found to be Scripturally unbalanced or unorthodox.

Although the "vitality" of the resource links is checked periodically, it is very difficult to keep a few dead links from sneaking in because web sites either change their addresses or go "off the air" altogether. 

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See compilation of Christian Commentaries Online (including many related resources such as study Bibles, dictionaries, Greek and Hebrew word study tools, etc). There you will find hundreds of links to more modern resources which are available online and can be borrowed at no charge. 


(Never let good Christian books detract from or replace the reading of the "Best Book", God's Word of Truth)



Before you "go to the good books", go to the BEST BOOK, the Holy Scriptures, and study them diligently and inductively in dependence on your Teacher, the Holy Spirit, Who Jesus promised would guide us into all the truth (Jn 16:13) (see Introduction to Inductive Bible Study) We must continually have an attitude "like newborn babies" and "long for the pure milk of the word, so that by it (we) may grow in respect to salvation." (1Peter 2:2+) As a physician I know that the greatest growth always comes from the most nutritious intake. Any book, even those by the most conservative and orthodox authors cannot help but have at least some bias based upon one's theological "leaning", training and experience and so by nature is not "pure milk".

The inclusion of links to specific books does not indicate that we agree with everything in the book or other books by the same author. We have made a sincere effort to select conservative, "bibliocentric" books which we have either read or have some familiarity with the author. However, should you discover a book which you feel in unorthodox, questionable or inappropriate for any reason, we would sincerely appreciate an email detailing your specific concern and if it is a valid concern we will remove the link. In summary, although Christian books written by conservative authors are wonderful, we strongly recommend that your priority be a daily intake of solid Biblical food so that with practice you will have your spiritual senses trained to discern good from evil (Heb 5:14+).