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Discussion in 'Books / Publications Forum' started by SBCPreacher, Jul 9, 2009.
Does anyone have a good source for Christian ebooks? Bible studies, theology, etc.
Search for Constable (Dallas Prof) for commentaries.
Ray Stedman has a lot of sermons online.
www.memoware.com has lots of "religious" you might snoop.
google christian ebooks and see what you find.
There used to be a microsoft reader site with some conservative books.
Bible explorer used to have a lot of free books for their free program.
If you are looking for something in particular, post it someone might know.
www.ageslibrary.com has a lot but not cheap. There is a cheaper cd put out by someone else that used their database - called complete christian cd.
Some of the old time writers have stuff online, just google by name and snoop.
www.ccel.org for a bunch and a half
If not in a hurry, ebay has big cd collections from time to time that are cheap.
I do not know if there are considered ebooks, but the text of a number of Christian books printed in the 1800's [also some in 1700's and some in the early 1900's] is available at books.google.com
You can find various Christian books including Histories of our English Bibles, commentaries, etc.
You can read the texts online, and it is possible to download some of them.