Some of the websites listed here represent different Christian perspectives (e.g. on the age of the universe) and, like all Internet sources, should be evaluated with care and discernment. Some site descriptions are quoted directly from that website.
http://www.4truth.net Website that has the stated objective of being “an Interfaith Evangelism and Apologetics website that focuses on the religious and philosophical views of people groups in North America, providing practical information for engaging in intelligent discussions of faith and worldviews.” http://www.afterall.net/citizens/moreland Website of Christian philosopher J. P. Moreland. The site states that it is an “archive” of resources, and it features information on Moreland, his books, and articles and quotes by Moreland on various apologetic topics. http://www.allaboutcreation.org Hosts articles and videos supporting young earth creationism. http://www.alwaysbeready.com “Always Be Ready (ABR) is a Christian apologetics ministry dedicated to equipping Christians with well-researched information on issues that seek to undermine or challenge the Christian faith. Our desire is that the body of Christ might stand strong in the faith and “always be ready” (1 Peter 3:15 ) to give an intelligent, Biblically accurate and gracious defense of the Christian faith.” http://www.ankerberg.com/ A website of John Ankerberg’s Theological Research Institute that provides a wide range of written, audio, and video resources on Christian apologetics, cults, world religions, media, and science. http://www.answersingenesis.org A young earth creationist website headed by Ken Ham. http://www.arn.org. Access Resource Network website that is full of resources on science, evolution, and intelligent design. Includes links to a number of leaders within the Intelligent Design movement. http://www.apologetics.com “Apologetics.com exists to remove intellectual impediments to Christian faith, thereby enhancing believers’ confidence in, and weakening skeptics’ objections to, the gospel message.” The site offers access to articles, radio broadcasts, and video clips. http://www.apologeticsindex.org “The Apologetics Index ‘family of web sites’ provides 31,800+ pages of research resources on religious cults, sects, new religious movements, alternative religions, apologetics-, anticult-, and countercult-organizations, doctrines, religious practices and worldviews. http://www.asdfplus.com/themovieposters.htm A site to access a variety of movie posters. http://www.bethinking.org This website “aims to bring together the best possible resources for thinking about and communicating the Christian faith. Its goal is to help to prepare all Christians to provide an answer to those who deny the truth of Christianity.” http://www.carm.org. “Its purpose is to equip Christians and refute error…. CARM offers a concise, comprehensive explanation of the Christian faith along with logical analysis of errors in popular beliefs, both secular and sacred. It is easy to use, written for the layman, and covers a huge range of topics.” http://www.christianworldview.net “The purpose of our Christian Apologetics ministry is to equip people to think and live with a consistent and cohesive Biblical worldview.” http://www.churchandculture.org “Church & Culture seeks to explore contemporary culture and to resource the local church and its leaders in light of the church's mission to impact our culture and those who live within it. We aim to serve this mission by providing the writing and teaching of James Emery White and the resources of Mecklenburg Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. http://www.colsoncenter.org The Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. The site includes a large, searchable library of resources arranged by category and links to other resources, including an extensive “Worldview Resource Directory.” http://www.ctlibrary.com/topics/religion/worldviews Resource files from Christianity Today on a variety of philosophical and religious “isms.” http://www.discovery.org/csc/ The Discovery Institute’s website for the Center for Science and Culture. “The Discovery Institute is a non-profit, non-partisan, public policy think tank headquartered in Seattle dealing with national and international affairs. The Institute is dedicated to exploring and promoting public policies that advance representative democracy, free enterprise and individual liberty.” http://www.epsociety.org The Evangelical Philosophical Society. The organization is “committed to offering the Church and the Academy first-rate scholarship in the areas of apologetics, philosophy of religion, philosophy, philosophical theology, world views, philosophical and theological prolegomena, epistemology, and ethics.” http://www.everystudent.com This is a Christian site that claims to be “a safe place to explore issues about college, life, and what it might be like to know God.” It has links to find Christian groups on campuses through out the U.S. and abroad. This site addresses the issues of existence, God, Jesus, life issues, etc. http://www.focusonthefamily.com/faith/christian_worldview/whats_a_christian_worldview.aspx A Focus on the Family web page that offers articles on the nature of a biblical worldview and its importance. http://www.garyhabermas.com Website of Gary Habermas, a Christian scholar who has “dedicated his professional life to the examination of the relevant historical, philosophical, and theological issues surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus.” The site features articles by Habermas, audio and video clips, and educational games. The site is intended to provide “a strong argument for the philosophical possibility of miracles and the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus, as well as the theological and practical implications of this event.” http://www.hollywoodjesus.com Hosted by David Bruce, this site offers an analysis of “pop culture from a spiritual point of view.” It claims to provide “visual movie reviews, with explorations into the deeper more profound meaning behind film, music and pop culture.” http://www.icr.org Institute for Creation Research home page. ICR advocates a young earth creationist perspective. http://www.josh.org A website for the ministry of Josh McDowell, a prominent Christian author and speaker who addresses key questions about Jesus, the Bible, the resurrection of Christ, etc. http://www.leaderu.com/menus/apologetics.html A part of Leadership U that includes links to many documents pertaining to apologetics (including some to science). http://www.leestrobel.com Website of former atheist and former Chicago Tribune reporter, Lee Strobel. The site features numerous videos on topics such as the historical Jesus, the Bible, God, Christianity, and The Da Vinci Code. It also includes a blog, an online store for purchasing books on Christian apologetics, and links to Strobel’s newsletters. http://www.ministryandmedia.com This site is sponsored by www.youthministry.com. “We’ve created this site to be a storehouse of pop culture information and programming ideas that will help youth workers use media to relate the gospel to teenagers. We hope to offer a range of options that allows everyone to find something that speaks to those whom God has placed in his or her ministry.” http://www.movieministry.com According to the site, “Movie Ministry is your source for the highest quality, professionally written, searchable database of sermon illustrations from popular film on the Internet.” http://www.reasonablefaith.org/ The website of William Lane Craig, a world-class Christian apologist who has engaged in numerous debates with religious skeptics and atheists. http://www.reasons.org Reasons to Believe website by Hugh Ross, an astronomer who argues for the compatibility between biblical creation and a very old universe. Covers questions about God and science. http://www.risenjesus.com Website of Mike Licona, a Christian apologist who is the Apologetic Coordinator at the North American Mission Board, a domestic missions agency of the Southern Baptist Convention. http://www.rzim.org/USA/home.aspx Ravi Zacharias International Ministries is “…distinctive in its strong evangelistic and apologetic foundation, intended to touch both the heart and the intellect of the thinkers and opinion-makers of society with the Truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We address the intellectual and essential assumptions of our culture, realizing that for some, the door to the heart is through the mind, and for others through the imagination.” The site includes access to the radio program “Let My People Think.” http://www.str.org Stand to Reason website with many links to such topics as apologetics, evolution, philosophy, science, social issues, and theology. “Stand to Reason trains Christians to think more clearly about their faith and to make an even-handed, incisive, yet gracious defense for classical Christianity and classical Christian values in the public square.” http://www.thetruthproject.org A Focus on the Family program headed by Del Tackett that offers a DVD-based twelvelesson curriculum on living a Christian worldview. http://www.veritas.org/ “Veritas Forums are university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life’s hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life.” The site offers event information and access to audio and video presentations at veritas events. http://www.worldvieweyes.org A website sponsored by “WorldviewEyes,” a grant-funded program administered by Lincoln Christian University specifically designed to inform teenagers and adults about various worldviews and to help them think critically about their culture with a Christian mind. http://www.xenos.org/ministries/crossroads A Christian website devoted more to the “helping the church at large effectively explain and defend the Christian message in today's culture.”