Resources to aid in "the reasoned defense of the Christian religion against intellectual objections"
(Concise Dictionary of Religion).
Articles & Other Resources


Bart Ehrman's Problem With God
A conservative review/critique of Bart Ehrman's book, God's Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question -- Why We Suffer (New York: Harper One, 2008). (by AC21DOJ)

A Critique of Bart Ehrman's Methodology
A five-part series in Baptist Press. Written by Mike Licona, a New Testament historian and apologetics coordinator at the North American Mission Board. [all links]

Josh McDowell e-books
FREE e-books (in pdf) that cover a variety of topics. [link]

The Resurrection of Jesus
What evidence do we have that Jesus rose from the dead? What are some popular theories set forth to explain away the resurrection, and how can we refute them? What is the meaning and significance of Jesus' resurrection for us today? (by AC21DOJ)

The Shadow of Christ in the Law of Moses
"The first five books of the Old Testament were written centuries before the birth of Jesus. Yet they intricately involve Him. Here Vern Poythress explores Genesis through Deuteronomy, demonstrating how the sacrifices and traditions of the Hebrews graphically foreshadow Christ's relationship with His people. Dr. Poythress also explains how the penalties of the law prefigure the destruction of sin and guilt through Jesus." (CBD). NOTE: The link is to the first draft of the book, which is under a different title ("Understanding the Law of Moses"). [pdf]

Thirty-Five Things Worth Knowing About the Bible
How can we know about God? Why isn't general revelation enough? How can we know the Bible is historically reliable? Hasn't the Bible been translated and copied so many times that what we have today cannot be trusted? Are there any ancient sources other than the NT that speak of Jesus? What is so special about Jesus? What are some benefits of studying and applying the Bible? (by AC21DOJ)