In Part 1 of this series, I provided a list of books that I have found useful in learning about Christian apologetics. In Part 2 I will be focusing on the websites that continue to be very useful to me in my study of the topics of apologetics and theology.
As before, this is in no way an exhaustive list and I’m sure I’ll end up overlooking some resources that are excellent. But these should provide a good foundation and (hopefully) will encourage everyone to seek out additional sites of this sort.
While it’s not easy to list these sites by difficulty as I did with the books, I have endeavored to categorize them by their primary focus.
- Reasonable Faith
- Be Thinking
- Stand to Reason
- Fixed Point Foundation
- Probe Ministries
- Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry (CARM)
- Ravi Zacharias International Ministries
- Tekton Education and Apologetics Ministry
- Christian Think Tank
- 4 Truth
- Answering Infidels
- Always Be Ready
- Leadership University
- J.P. Moreland’s Website
Christianity and Science
Jesus Christ and the Resurrection
Philosophy and Ethics
- Alvin Plantinga: The Analytic Theist
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- Philosophy of Religion
- Edward Feser’s Blog
While this category might seem to be a bit misplaced, it isn’t. In order to truly understand the positions that the other side will take, it’s important to read what they’re writing. While there are many non-believer websites, the following list is considered to be “essential reading” if you want an understanding of where our non-believing friends are coming from.
- The Secular Web
- Debunking Christianity
- The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Science and Reason
- Freedom From Religion Foundation
- Project Reason
- Talk Origins
In the next part of this series, I’ll focus on some of the blog sites available to related to Christian apologetics.