Thursday, August 18, 2011

Three Featured Apologetics Blogs

Here are three apologetics blogs to consider following, each providing a steady stream of apologetics-related content worth checking out.

First, there is the Cross-Examined blog. This blog has really taken off in the past few months, providing some excellent articles by Jonathan McLatchie. This is the blog for Cross-Examined by Frank Turek, providing a radio program, podcast, and apologetics training. See here for more. Sample post: When Were the Gospels Written?

Second, check out Stand to Reason’s blog. Of course, many know of Greg Koukl’s, but this blog provides a consistent flow of articles by their ministry team. You’ll also get updates on their radio show topics and links. Sample post: We’re Arguing Definitions, Not Rights.

Finally, visit the Thinking Matters blog. Based in New Zealand, this apologetics organization aims to defend Christianity intellectually in the public square. Their blog provides articles, links, and other useful apologetics-related content. Sample post: Practical Advice for Persuading Others in Conversation.

All of these great blogs are sources of many re-tweets by Apologetics315. Please follow them and do the same. Happy reading.


  1. Jason August 18, 2011

    Thanks for the plug, Brian! Your blog is a great inspiration to us at Thinking Matters.

  2. Amy Hall August 18, 2011

    Thanks, Brian! I recommend your blog all the time, as well–it's an excellent resource.

  3. Mikel August 24, 2011

    Great list of sites. Stand to Reason's blog does a good job of speaking to current issues in a way people can understand. Lots of great ideas that are easy to apply in everyday conversations!