Christian Apologetics Resources

Some people have asked me to share with them what I have learned in regards to Christian apologetics, and Muslim-Christian apologetics. I am – in no way – an expert, but I am confident that I am learning from the best in the field.

I am providing this list in hopes that people who are interested in learning about it find it helpful. It is by no means an exhaustive list, but it is – I might say – a good start.

More and more resources will be given to you in the books or the websites. Most of the people in the field have a blog, a website and/or a podcast. You can also look for specific topics or people on YouTube, specially when it comes to debates, lectures, etc.

BOOKS TO READ

  • COLD CASE CHRISTIANITY by J.Warner Wallace
  • THE CASE FOR CHRIST by Lee Strobel
  • THE FORGOTTEN TRINITY by James R. White
  • THE CASE FOR THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS by Michael R. Licona and Gary Habermas
  • SEEKING ALLAH, FINDING JESUS by Nabeel Qureshi
  • WHAT EVERY CHRISTIAN NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT THE QURAN by James R. White
  • AN ORAL-FORMULAIC STUDY OF THE QURAN by Andy Bannister
  • WHY DO YOU BELIEVE THAT? by Mary Jo Sharp
  • UNDERSTANDING SCRIPTURE: AN OVERVIEW OF THE BIBLE’S ORIGIN, RELIABILITY AND MEANING
  • REASONABLE FAITH: CHRISTIAN TRUTH AND APOLOGETICS by William Lane Craig
  • THE GENTLE ANSWER TO THE MUSLIM ACCUSATION OF BIBLICAL FALSIFICATION by Gordon D. Nickel
  • THE NEW EVIDENCE THAT DEMANDS A VEREDICT  by Josh McDowell
  • EX-MUSLIM by Naeem Fazal
  • TEXTUAL CRITICISM AND QURAN MANUSCRIPTS by Keith E. Small
  • HAGARISM: THE MAKING OF THE ISLAMIC WORLD by Patricia Crone and Michael Cook
  • JESUS AND THE JIHADIS by Craig A. Evans and Jeremiah J. Johnston
  • JESUS, JIHAD AND PEACE by Michael Youssef
  • STEALING FROM GOD by Frank Turek

WEBSITES/PODCASTS

PEOPLE TO LISTEN TO 

  • Andy Bannister
  • Gary Habermas
  • James White
  • Michael Brown
  • Mike Licona
  • J.Warner Wallace
  • Lee Strobel
  • David Wood
  • Nabeel Qureshi
  • Daniel Wallace

I know this list comes short. I would appreciate if people can help to make it grow longer 🙂

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