Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics
William Lane Craig
Craig is the finest apologist to come on the scene in 50 years, and this is his classic work for a thoughtful, general audience. It starts with the case for God and moves to the case for Christ. For folks who want a first-rate treatment, there is none better.
New Dictionary of Christian Apologetics
W. C. Campbell-Jack, Gavin J McGrath, C. Stephen Evans, eds.
A treasure trove of short, powerful entries that cover the gamut of apologetic topics. If you need to get your hands on a quick treatment of a specific issue, this is the place.
An extremely readable, engaging volume. An interested layperson can benefit from it, yet you can confidently give it to a sophisticated, skeptical scientist.
Articles about Jonathan Wells' work include:
The Peppered Myth | Of moths and men: An evolutionary tale. Also see "Moths and Men Revisited." (Jonathan Wells, Books & Culture, September 1, 2001)
What's New? | Two biologists claim to close a "major gap in Darwin's theory" of evolution. (Jonathan Wells, Books & Culture, September/October 2006)
Were the Darwinists Wrong? | National Geographic stacks the deck. (November 11, 2004)
The Art of Debating Darwin | How to intelligently design a winning case for God's role in creation. (September 1, 2004)
Intelligently Designed Films | The youthful ID movement flexes its muscles in two documentaries. (March 1, 2003)
Philosophical Foundations For A Christian Worldview
J. P. Moreland, William Lane Craig
Weighing in at a hernia-inducing 653 pages, this is the most comprehensive treatment available of philosophical issues central to a defense of ...1