Dr. Jack Cottrell tackles difficult topics with scholarly expertise and verbal precision—in a simple way that everyone can understand.
Tim Challies has strong-but-kind reviews of controversial Christian books.
Got Questions? is a 101-level site about theology topics, world religions, and more.
J. Warner Wallace, a former atheist and a cold-case homicide detective, applies his cool investigative skills to examining the Bible and the claims of Christianity. Books, study guides, videos—even lots of free material.
I respect Josh McDowell so much! His Evidence That Demands a Verdict was hugely important to me back in the day. In Japan, my husband Mark taught college students from the Japanese translation of More Than a Carpenter. I mostly point people to his apologetics material, but his site has other great information too.
Diane Stortz says her life began to change when she began to read the Bible—“the whole Bible”—for herself. She helps children (and their moms and dads) get to know God’s Word in order to get to know God.
Gary Gilley (Think on These Things) addresses theology topics, does book reviews, etc.
Lighthouse Trails is a comprehensive place to zero in on direct quotes from numerous writers/speakers.
Marcia Montenegro, a former dabbler in all sorts of wild stuff, explores and exposes false teaching.
Apologetics Index provides info on “religious cults, sects, new religious movements, and alternative religions.”
This is an apologetics ministry that showcases “objective reasons and evidence that Christianity is true (it corresponds to reality).”
These ladies equip moms to rise up strong to spiritually nurture and protect kids—with the same intensity a mama bear has in guarding her young against enemies.
This ministry (motto: Fluff is for pillows not women’s ministry) began when the founder couldn’t locate a Christian woman who felt confident in her understanding of Scripture. Site links to Bible studies and to a number of apologetics resources.
Excellent training in careful reasoning and well thought-out answers for public discussion. High standards for truth while also valuing “faithfulness over results.” Search by category.
Berit Kjos digs deep into concerning trends—false teaching in the church as well as cultural concerns like one-world government. Of special interest is her thorough research on the way children are being targeted. Her book How to Protect Your Child reads like today’s hot happenings, though it was first published in 1990! Find many articles categorized by topic by clicking “topical index of important articles” at the very bottom of her main page (just above the notes), or here.