I’m just one guy out there. I’m not the only one either. There are several great resources I recommend on apologetics.
Risen Jesus — Risen Jesus is the ministry of my father-in-law, Mike Licona. As the name shows, there is a great emphasis on the resurrection here.
Tektonics — Tektonics is the ministry of my ministry partner J.P. Holding. It’s loaded with great resources such as a listing of answers to Bible contradictions, dealing with Jesus mythicism, and honor and shame in the Bible.
Written In Red — This is the blog of my wife Allie. It’s not really apologetics, but it is a touching look at the Christian life. Feel free to disagree, but don’t you dare insult her.
Gary Habermas — Gary is a great friend who also introduced me to my wife. His material on the resurrection and near-death experiences and doubt is top notch.
Rayado River — Among male friends, I have none closer than David. How could it be anyone else? He lived with me as my roommate for a couple of years and when I married, he was my best man at the wedding. His blog is excellent and has a fascinating focus on transgenderism.
Cold-Case Christianity — J. Warner Wallace is a friend of mine and a homicide detective who used his detective skills and found Christianity to be true.
The Mentionables — The Mentionables is a great ministry of lesser known apologetics lights that I’m honored to be a part of.
CANA — When it comes to the New Age movement, Marcia Montenegro is my first stop.
Robert Gagnon — Homosexual revisionism is a real problem in the church today. When it comes to the Bible and homosexuality, no one answers better than Robert Gagnon.
Eye on the Paranormal — My friend Mark Hunneman contributes here to a look at paranormal activity.
Brian Godawa — Brian Godawa has been on my show twice to talk about orthodox Preterism. Go here when you meet the Rapture Brigade.
Tyler Vela — This is the work of my friend Tyler Vela. He and I are still available to debate David McAfee whenever he’s ready.
To Love, Honor, And Vacuum — I’m all about good marriage and Sheila’s blog is one of my favorite ones to read for marriage. Although geared more towards women, there’s a lot for the men here too.
Shaunti Feldhahn — Shaunti also has some excellent resources on marriage. Her books are quite good and have helped shatter the Christian divorce myth.
Hot, Holy, and Humorous — Sex is meant to be fun and a builder of intimacy, but sometimes it’s awkward. J. Parker runs an excellent blog with great marriage resources.
Life Training Institute — This is the place to go to learn how to argue against abortion.