I have over fifty talks I can give on various areas of apologetics. Contact me if you have any questions about them.
This is a good list of resources available for anyone interested in apologetics. I have grouped them by topic to help you out.
People today often say there's no difference between religions and, thus, it's silly to talk about judging between them. But there are careful standards we can apply to noting differences between them in areas such as facts, ethics, logic, founders, and the ability to live it out in a satisfactory way.
Here's a short piece I found on a great web site--The Poached Egg. John Lennox, who gives answers here, is one sharp man with a kindly way about him. Check out his speeches and debates on YouTube.
This is a great list of ways people can become more involved in apologetics, from easy steps to more difficult and challenging ones.
This is a one-stop shopping list of common challenges with good responses by the author.
Tim Keller is an amazing pastor. Download his messages and read his books for some terrific apologetics insights.
Here are major influences in students' lives that potentially give them reasons not to believe the Christian message.
Matt Slick, a terrific thinker, has written a powerful piece here on the value of apologetics.
Paul Little wrote a good introductory book for those interested in apologetics. Here I summarize his main points.