Thursday, September 04, 2008

Reader Response: Your Top 3 Apologetics Books

Here are my current top 3 recommended apologetics books:

1. Love Your God With All Your Mind by J. P. Moreland
2. Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig
3. I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist by Norman Geisler and Frank Turek

What are yours? Feedback is appreciated. For those who may be regular readers of this blog, this is a chance to interact a bit.


5 Comments

  1. david September 4, 2008

    1. A Christian View of Philosophy and Culture by Francis Schaeffer
    2. The Reason for God by Tim Keller
    3. No Doubt About It by Winfried Corduan

  2. Miss Szymanski September 4, 2008

    Hi Brian,

    I’m new to your blog, but here are my top three books:

    1) Evidence That Demands A Verdict 1 and 2 by Josh McDowell
    2) The Case For Christ by Lee Strobel
    3) The Chronology of the Old Testament by Floyd Nolsen Jones

    Thanks for commenting on my blog! 🙂

  3. emmzee September 5, 2008

    My favs:

    1) Case for Christ (good for beginners; introduction; read it before I was Christian)

    2) Reasonable Faith

    3) Handbook of Christian Apologetics (excellent stuff on a variety of topics)

    Honorable mention goes to the Holman Quicksource Guide to Christian Apologetics … which is beautifully designed with all-color glossy pages, yet still includes a lot of great content. I got copies for my entire grade 11 Sunday school class in the hopes that they’d actually read them. 🙂

  4. Steve Bedard September 6, 2008

    Two that come to mind are Fabricating Jesus by Craig Evans and Missing Gospels by Darrell Bock.

  5. Puritan Lad September 17, 2008

    1.) Always Ready: Directions for Defending the Faith by Greg Bahnsen

    2.) Apologetics for the Glory of God by John Frame

    3.) Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis