No one would agree in ALL parts with the following links. They are provided for thoughtful researchers, like yourself.
William Lane Craig: HOW DID THE UNIVERSE BEGIN?
Dinesh D’Souza: WHAT’S SO GREAT ABOUT GOD?
Greg Koukl: WHY DOES FAITH MATTER?
Darrell Bock: HOW IS JESUS UNIQUE?
J.P. Moreland: HAS SCIENCE MADE BELIEF IN GOD OBSOLETE?
William Lane Craig debates John Dominic Crossan: Will The Real Jesus Stand Up
William Lane Craig on YOUTUBE
J. P. Moreland on YOUTUBE
Alvin Plantinga on YOUTUBE
Darrell Bock on YOUTUBE
Dinesh D’Souza on YOUTUBE
Dallas Willard on YOUTUBE
Bobby Conway: The One Minute Apologist
The Watchmaker. This is a beautiful apologetic for Creationism.
Peter J. Rasor II, PhD, The Blade
J.B. Phillips: Your God Is To Small
Why are Christians called “Christians?”
Oswald T. Allis: The Five Books of Moses
Josh McDowell: The New Evidence That Demands a Verdict
Benjamin B. Warfield: Inspiration and Authority of the Bible
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Dr. Chik Kaw Tan: Can one be Christian and Buddhist at the same time?
Dr. Douglas R. Groothuis: Jesus and Buddha: Two Masters or One?
G. K. Chesterton:
Gosha Ramchandra: Jesus in the Vedas: The testimony of Hindu Scriptures in Corroboration of the Rudiments of Christian Doctrine. Augustine wrote: "We never cease to look towards India, where many things are proposed to our admiration."
The Veda, the earliest Hindu Scripture which dates to approximately the time of the Pentateuch
The Christian response to Islam is twofold: love Muslims while resisting Islam. As hard as it may be, we must do both simultaneously: stand up for freedom on the political level and resist stealth jihad, while loving and reaching out to individual Muslims, bringing Christ’ message of salvation to Muslim friends and contacts. So to warn about the very real dangers of political Islam and creeping sharia does not mean we don’ seek to reach out to individual Muslims with love and the gospel.
A rather depressing but indispensable website is maintained by the folks at the Religion of Peace website. They have been performing an incredible and invaluable service to humanity by meticulously keeping track of just how peaceful the religion of peace really is. Every attack, every killing, every assault, and every suicide blast is recorded and documented.
Josh McDowell: The Islam Debate
Ergun Mehmet Caner and Emir Fethi Caner: An insider’s look at Muslim life and believs: Unveiling Islam Two brothers, both raised as Muslim leaders, became Christian. Both hold Ph.D.s and teach in Southern Baptist Seminaries.
Answering Islam Answering Islam is not the work of one person alone, but many people contributed and continue to contribute to the content of this web site. Not all authors hold the same opinion on every detail under discussion. As with the interaction between Muslim and Christian arguments the reader is invited to ponder the differing opinions of Christians on these matters and then decide for himself or herself which reasoning is more convincing.
Ministry to Islam: See Hope for Iraq at https://hope4iraq.org/. In the USA see https://www.crescentproject.org/ to learn how to reach your Muslim neighbors.
Serving Arabs Leadership Team (SALT): Proclaiming Christ to Arabs & Make Disciples Globally. Mentoring Arab Christians Toward a Greater Impact. SALT has developed a new model for Arab ministries. This new model will integrate technology at each phase of church planting process, enabling Arab Christians to access training, education, and counseling services in both Arabic and English language by qualified professionals. To reach the Arab world with the Good News, technology is absolutely essential. Old stereotypes of third world countries are vanishing as technology rapidly expands into these areas. Did you know that a Gallup study in 2010 showed that 69% of young Arabs, ages 15–29, have access to the Internet in the middle-
aon "Mormonism" (1942)
J. H. Lawson and J. M. Thompson: The Identity of the Church (1898)
Alexander Campbell: Delusions: An Analysis of the Book of Mormon
R. C. Evans: Forty Years in the Mormon Church -
La Roy Sunderland: Mormonism Exposed
D.M. Canright: Seventh Day Adventism Renounced
Jack Cottrell: My Book about the Ten Commandments
The Ten Commandments… “His Way.”
David R. Dungan: Sabbath or Lord’s Day
George M. Elliott_N.W.Kauble: Debate on Seventh Day
G.K. Chesterton: The Everlasting Man. C.S. Lewis says this “is the best popular apologetic I know.”
John Haley: Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible Addresses questions surrounding common misunderstandings of Scripture. This book is essential for your personal library because it explains questionable passages, and helps answer skeptics' questions.
Charles Edward Jefferson: Things Fundamental. This is a 13 week course on general apologetics. Read his chapter on The Messiah.
Edward John Carnell: The Case For Orthodox Theology
Wayne McKellips: Reasons You Can Trust The Bible -
Apologetics Press -
Christian Apologetics -
Dr. Norm Geisler is the author or co-
Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM) -
Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace
Stand to Reason -
Sword and Staff -
The Gospel Unashamed -
Wellington Christian Apologetics Society -
The Christian Courier Magazine -
Prof. Chuck McCoy -
Ravi Zacharias Ministries. Ravi Zacharias International Ministries -
Jeffery Satinover, M.D., Ph.D.: Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth
Bert Thompson, Ph.D.: The Origin, Nature, and Destiny of the Soul
Steve Rudd: The Canon of the Bible: A conservative, bible believing perspective!
Dallas Willard -
Prove The Bible Information helping you judge the Bible for yourself
Walter Martin: Kingdom of the Cults
J. Oswald Sanders: Cults and Isms Ancient and Modern
Irenaeus: Against Heresies Complete -
Oswald T. Allis: Two Views of Prophecy
Vaughn Elliott has a great website that carefully, from a strong Biblical Theology foundation, studies the field of Biblical Prophecy. You will want to purchase his book: Nobody Left Behind. Vaughn is the son of my Biblical Theology professor, Dr. George Mark Elliott.
We search the world for truth. We call
The good, the true, the beautiful,
From graven stone and written scroll,
From all old flower-
And, weary seekers of the best,
We come back laden from our quest,
To find that all the sages said
Is in the Book our mothers read.
I paused last eve beside the blackmith‘s door,
And heard the anvil ring the vesper chime;
And looking in I saw upon the floor
Old hammers, worn with beating years of time.
“How many anvils have you had?” said I,
“To wear and batter all these hammers so?”
“Just one,” he answered. Then with twinkling eye:
“The anvil wears the hammers out, you know.”
And so, I thought, the anvil of God’s Word
For ages sceptics’ blows have beat upon,
But though the noise of falling blows was heard,
The anvil is unchanged, the hammers gone.