Links concerning Apologetics (defending true Christianity) and Cults
http://www.answersingenesis.org/ demystifies popular science fairy tales such as evolution.
http://www.carm.org/ - the big Christian apologetics site with many links to ministries involved in informing about cults and evangelising cult members.
Cult-discerning source of help from former Jehovah's Witnesses. Explains how to show cultists in love that they are deceived. Theological defense of historic Christianity.
http://www.str.org/Stand to reason - apologetics site
No-nonsense, rock-solid Bible teachings. One of the best teaching sites on the net. Challenging articles that will help you with your walk with God. Contrary to current mainstream teaching. Easy-to understand expositions of an unadulterated gospel.
http://www.caic.org.au/biblebase/macgregor.htm Read what Adventists won't tell you at their seminars
Read http://www.trinityfoundation.org/reviews/last.asp on "Compassionate Fascism" - the current deceptive ways of luring churches into a collaboration with the government which at first may seem harmless, reasonable, profitable and potentially fruitful but which has some strings attached - in the end the churches will think, act, judge, evaluate, hire clergy, etc., more according to government standards and less according to the standards of the Holy Spirit. This has already happened in Germany once (albeit in a less deceptive way since Hitler did not claim to be a born-again believer) and it is coming to the US now with the necessary contemporary brush-ups to make it more tastable.
Also read the Trinity Manifesto - an analysis of the church's position in the age of irrationalism. A call for a cohesive Christian worldview. Should be read by all who wonder whether a Christian understanding of philosophy could help them ascertain where they are at and why things are as they are in the church. If you still aren't curious, here's a quote as an incentive: "The practice of contemporary Christians is immoral because it is the practice of erroneous theory." http://www.trinityfoundation.org/homemain.asp
Do not waste time on bus stations or in waiting rooms, get free copies of small leaflets with excellent sermons from the Back to God Hour, a ministry of the Christian Reformed Church: http://www.btgh.org/ These are sermons with much stress on apologetics, often analysing contemporary trends in philosophy.
Christian Research Institute http://www.equip.org/index.html
Internet Medieval Sourcebook .http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/sbook1y.html
Jewish Encyclopedia http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/index.jsp