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Apologetics Resources

Recommended Apologetics Books

Introductions to/Overviews of Apologetic Arguments

Mere Christianity – C.S. Lewis

The Reason for God – Timothy Keller

Making Sense of God – Timothy Keller

The Story of Reality – Greg Koukl

On Guard – William Lane Craig

Reasonable Faith – William Lane Craig

Holman Quicksource Guide to Christian Apologetics – Doug Powell

I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist – Frank Turek/Norman Geisler

Another Gospel? – Alisa Childers

Historical Arguments

Reintroducing Jesus – Steve DiSebastian

The Case For Christ – Lee Strobel

Cold Case Christianity – J. Warner Wallace

The Case For the Real Jesus – Lee Strobel

The Jesus Legend – Paul Rhodes Eddy/Gregory Boyd

The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus – Gary Habermas/Michael Licona

Scientific Arguments

The Return of the God Hypothesis – Stephen C. Meyer

Can Science Explain Everything? – John Lennox

The Case for the Creator – Lee Strobel

God’s Crime Scene – J. Warner Wallace

Science and the Mind of the Maker – Melissa Cain Travis

The Creator and the Cosmos – Hugh Ross

Understanding Intelligent Design – William Dembski/Sean McDowell

Unbelievable: 7 Myths About the History and Future of Science and Religion – Michael Newton Keas 

The Reliability of the Bible

How We Got the Bible – Neil Lightfoot

Misquoting Truth: A Guide to the Fallacies of Bart Ehrman's "Misquoting Jesus" – Timothy Paul Jones

The Big Book of Bible Difficulties – Norman Geisler/Thomas Howe

Hidden in Plain Sight: Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts – Lydia McGrew

Can We Still Believe the Bible? – Craig Blomberg

Can We Trust the Gospels? – Peter Williams

Unearthing the Bible: 101 Archaeological Discoveries That Bring the Bible to Life Paperback – Titus Kennedy

Old Testament

Is God a Moral Monster? – Paul Copan

Rethinking Genesis: The Sources and Authorship of the First Book of the Pentateuch – Duane A. Garrett


What’s Your Worldview? – James Anderson

Stealing From God – Frank Turek

Love Thy Body – Nancy Pearcey

Finding Truth – Nancy Pearcey

Always Ready – Greg Bahnsen

Pushing the Antithesis – Greg Bahnsen

The Atheist Who Didn’t Exist – Andy Bannister

Cultural Issues

Love Thy Body – Nancy Pearcey

Can You Be Gay and Christian? – Michael Brown

Is God Anti-Gay? – Sam Allberry

A War of Loves: The Unexpected Story of a Gay Activist Discovering Jesus – David Bennett – Christopher Yuan

Embodied: Transgender Identities, the Church & What the Bible Has to Say – Preston Sprinkle*

Assisted Suicide – A Talking Points Book by Vaughan Roberts

Woke Church – Eric Mason

Through the Eyes of Color: A Contextualized Guide to Help You Know What You Believe and Why – The Jude 3 Project, Lisa Fields, Yana Conner

The Toxic War on Masculinity: How Christianity Reconciles the Sexes – Nancy R. Pearcey


*I don't endorse Sprinkle's views on pronoun usage but otherwise this book is a helpful tool.

Other Faiths
The Kingdom of the Cults – Walter Martin

A Concise Guide to the Life of Muhammad – Ayman S. Ibrahim

A Concise Guide to the Quran – Ayman S. Ibrahim

Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus – Nabeel Qureshi

No God but One: Allah or Jesus? – Nabeel Qureshi


Tactics – Greg Koukl

Street Smarts: Using Questions to Answer Christianity's Toughest Challenges – Greg Koukl

Why Does God Allow Evil? – Clay Jones

The Soul – J.P. Moreland

The Case For Faith – Lee Strobel

Am I Just My Brain? – Sharon Dirckx

Unimaginable: What Our World Would Be Like Without Christianity – Jeremiah J. Johnston 

*Many of these authors have websites, blogs, podcasts, & Youtube videos as resources as well.

Recommended Apologetics Podcasts

Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith and Culture (with Sean McDowell)

Stand to Reason (with Greg Koukl)

#STRask (with Greg Koukl and Amy Hall)


The Jude 3 Project

Three Chords and the Truth: the Apologetics Podcast (with Timothy Paul Jones)

The Briefing (with Albert Mohler)


Apologia Radio

Reasonable Faith (with William Lane Craig)

Recommended Apologetics Websites

Reasons to Believe 

Discovery Institute

Stand to Reason

Reasonable Faith

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