Like my sites, it isn't pretty and shiny, but it has some very good links.
For instance, the theologians page has a listing and biography for many movers and shakers in theology, ranging from Carl Armerding to Edward J. Young. If the material is available online, it is linked.
Side-note: that led me to a really snotty, condescending obituary for E. J. Young, written by F. F. Bruce. Most of you won't care. Older and more theologically-trained perhaps will note both names. Young is a hero of mine, Bruce was. Bruce was a consummate scholar, but also a consummate dissembler, to be blunt. Bruce so phrased himself that he had a large evangelical following who didn't know that he denied Pauline authorship of the Pastorals, Daniel's authorship of Daniel, the unity of Isaiah, and on and on. So in this obituary, Bruce poses as praising Young — but he's really lecturing and scolding him. It's offensive.The Biblical studies site similarly has an assortment of tools. For instance, he has a truckload of resources on Proverbs (— though, unaccountable, Bradshaw has overlooked a critical master's thesis and series of lectures related to Proverbs, as well as a series of indispensable blog posts).
(Removing tongue from cheek....)