Apologetics

Patience with God by Frank Schaeffer

Not recommended by Bob Kellemen.

For all his insights into the new atheism, Schaeffer's views on God, the Bible, Evangelicals, and salvation leave much to be desired.

Who Made God? by Edgar Andrews

Recommended by Tim Challies.

An authoritative book on creationism that actually delivers on its promise to speak on a layperson's level.

Atheist Delusions by David Bentley Hart

Not recommended by James Anderson.

An informative, entertaining, and ultimately unsatisfying response to the historical revisionism of the New Atheists.

The Case for Life by Scott Klusendorf

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A biblical defense of the rights of the unborn.

Why There Almost Certainly Is a God by Keith Ward

Not recommended by James Anderson.

A penetrating but problematic response to Dawkins’ case against God by a seasoned philosopher-theologian.

Tactics by Greg Koukl

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A valuable tool to assist Christians in sharing and defending the faith.

Apologetics for the Glory of God by John Frame

Recommended by Jacob Hantla.

The first book you should read on apologetics.

Heaven Without Her by Kitty Foth-Regner

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A valuable apologetic work told in a very accessible style.

Faith's Reasons for Believing by Robert Reymond

Recommended by James Anderson.

A useful, insightful, and provocative defense of the Christian faith from a presuppositionalist perspective.

The Reason for God by Timothy Keller

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A short but impactful response to contemporary skepticism.