Pentecostal-Charismatic Theological Inquiry International: This website is rich in links to a variety of resources for the study of Pentecostalism. Maintained by Professor Harold D. Hunter.
Pentecostal/Charismatic Resources: Links to major groups and resources for the study of Pentecostalism. This website is maintained by Kenneth J. Banner, a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania.
Pentecostal Studies / Bibliography: An extensive list of books and articles on Pentecostalism. Maintained at the Hollenweger Center (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Azusa Theological Seminary).
Canadian Society of Church History / Société canadienne d'histoire de l'Église: An academic society established in 1960, with a particular focus on Christianity in Canada. The HISTORICAL PAPERS link provides the table of contents for Historical Papers. Canadian Society of Chruch History from 1991-2002.
CanadianChristianity.com: An up-to-date site, with religious news from around Canada. A quick way to find out what religious issues are catching the attention of the Canadian press. Maintained by Christian Info Society of Langley, B.C.
Christianity.ca: This site has a number of sections of interests to evangelicals in Canada. The NEWS section hilites a range of stories (local, national and international). Links to a number of useful sites.The site is maintained by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada.
Canadian Info Directory: This is a highly useful resource for tracking down addresses and other information about churches, denominational headquarters, colleges, and much more. useful subsections. The CHURCHES section lists thousands of churches in Canada (with website and e-mail information, where available, and the denominational affiliation), but the site is uneven. Almost nothing is available for the Maritime provinces and Newfoundland & Labrador is not listed at all. Maintained by Christian Info Society of Langley, B.C.
Please make suggestions, report broken links, or offer material that would be useful to researchers of Canadian Pentecostalism.
© 2005 Tom Robinson