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AnswersinGenesis.org – Perhaps one of the most famous apologetics ministries, creator of the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter. The focus of this organization is on answering the world’s questions, specifically in the context of Genesis (origins, the fall, the flood, etc.).
- Good questions to ask an evolutionist – Excellent article to give you a starting point for asking good questions.
ClearLens.org – Many excellent posts on apologetics, theology, and more. Here are a few good ones to start with:
- An apology for apologetics
- Practicing the art of leading questions
- Learning to listen
- The link between apologetics and faith
- What if your pastor became an atheist?
- Art and worldview: the creative side of apologetics
- A warning not to let apologetics itself become your aim
- 8 proverbs for apologists
Stand to Reason’s beginning training – A page with some introductory articles about apologetics.
Popular articles from Reasonable Faith
Making Sense of Your World by Phillips, Brown, and Stonestreet – The textbook for the Comparative Worldviews course I took. It’s not written in the most intriguing way, but it’s solid. The focus is on the different types of worldviews in play today, and breaking them down, as well as the evidence for a Christian worldview. It’s on the more philosophical side of apologetics.
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis – A classic. Lewis writes in a very easy-to-follow, conversational style that nicely blends philosophy and practicality. He progresses through foundational apologetics all the way to some basic Christian doctrine.
The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel – All the Strobel books are in the style of expert interviews, each targeting a specific category of evidence. I’m still working my way through this one, but it’s excellent. It touches on more of the scientific side of origins. If you’re looking for a focus on the big bang and evolution, this is the book for you.
The New Answers Book 1 – From Ken Ham, the founder of Answers in Genesis, this book (and the other three) is structured in a question-and-answer format, providing answers to questions you have and questions you didn’t even know you had about creation, evolution, and the Bible. Great blend of science and readability.
How to Lie with Statistics by Darnell Huff – I haven’t read it yet, but I’ve heard it’s good. This isn’t your typical apologetics book, but it does provide a good awareness of how even science can be manipulated by an agenda.