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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.

Icons of Evolution: Science or Myth? Why Much of What We Teach About Evolution Is Wrong
Jonathan Wells

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 ...
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