This is for those who attended my class, Symphonic Evangelism. The links below are 1) to a number of shorter articles written by me for this blog on various apologetics-related issues, and 2) to a short list of recommended reading for those who are interested in going further.
Here are a few additional resources that were not mentioned in the above links.
1) Tactics, Greg Koukl- Extrememly valuable practical pointers for how to communication the truth, and direct conversations in productive ways.
2) The Case for Christ, Lee Strobel- A standard evidential text written in a non technical style
3) Why I Am a Christian, ed. Norman Geisler- This volume covers a number of subjects such as the existence of truth, the existence of God, the reliability of the New Testament, a defense of the resurrection of Christ, and many other topics.
4)The Battle Belongs to the Lord, Scott Oliphant- This book gives an excellent presentation of the biblical foundation for defending the faith, and argues for apologetics as a form of spirtual warfare.
5) Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Mid-Air, Greg Koukl and Francis Beckwith- The authors here deal with the objection that there’s no such thing as objective truth, only truth “for me.”
6) Is Christianity Good For the World? A debate Between Douglas Wilson and Christopher Hitchens