Valuable Christian Apologetics-Related Links
The following links will direct you to a number of helpful, reputable, well-established Christian apologetics organizations that have a presence on the Internet and that hold views generally compatible with our own. Disclaimer: Although AIIA is in agreement with the basic charter and scope of the resources linked here, we do not necessarily endorse every specific view or the practices of every resource. We solicit your reference on any of what is listed here as a help to us when updating and posting revisions of this page.
Always Be Ready • https://alwaysbeready.com • Solid general apologetics ministry with Charlie Campbell. Offers an extensive index to good teaching and valuable resource material.
Anchor New England • https://www.anchornewengland.org • New England-based apologetics-related content and curriculum, especially for kids. Great future vision!
Associates for Biblical Research • https://biblearchaeology.org • Christian apologetics specializing in Biblical archeology.
Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry (CARM) • https://carm.org/ • A noted, seasoned, widely-respected site directed by expert Christian apologist, Matthew Slick.
Christian Answers Network • http://www.christiananswers.net/ • For many years AIIA was hosted by CAN. Offers many succinct articles, including helpful movie reviews.
Cold Case Christianity • https://coldcasechristianity.com • Impressive and unique approach to Christian evidence featuring the work of former L.A. police detective, J. Warner Wallace.
Creation Ministries International • http://creation.com/ • Offers a large inventory of resource material on Biblical creationism. Scholarly yet readable.
Cross Examined • https://crossexamined.org • Impressive and comprehensive Christian apologetics ministry directed by Frank Turek.
C.S. Lewis Society • http://www.apologetics.org • Dr. Tom Woodward keeps this page current with the latest apologetics information, primarily related to science and origins.
Evidence for Hope • https://www.evidenceforhope.com • Good solid grassroots apologetics ministry based in New England (NH).
Got Questions? • http://www.gotquestions.org/ • Perhaps the most extensive and helpful database of doctrinally-reliable answers to questions about Christian truth, life, and theology.
L’Abri • https://southboroughlabri.org • A residential study center making a strong case for the Christian worldview. Directed by seasoned apologist Dick Keyes. L’Abri was founded by the late Dr. Francis Schaeffer.
Ligonier Ministries • https://www.ligonier.org • Reliable time-tested academic ministry featuring the late Dr. R. C. Sproul that will better equip Christian believers to offer a reasonable basis for their hope in Christ.
New England Institute of Religious Research • http://www.neirr.org/ • Formerly also MeadowHaven | Bob & Judy Pardon specialize in exposing cults and healing those who have been entrapped in them.
One-Minute Apologist • https://oneminuteapologist.com • Offers a great deal of practical succinct answers to tough questions. This site links to scores of One-Minute Youtube videos on a broad range of apologetics-relate
Patterns of Evidence • https://patternsofevidence.com • Christian apologetics focusing on archaeology with Tim Mahoney.
Peace with God • http://peacewithgod.jesus.net/ • We recommend this site (affiliated with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association) for those who begin to understand that Christianity is reasonable and true and wonder what comes next.
Ratio Christi • http://ratiochristi.org/ • Promotes Christian apologetics on campuses worldwide, references other apologetics ministries, and much more!
Reasonable Faith • http://www.reasonablefaith.org/ • The web site of respected Christian philosopher and apologist, William Lane Craig.
Stand to Reason • http://www.str.org • Greg Koukl directs this excellent apologetics organization.
What Would YOU Say? • https://whatwouldyousay.org/ • Brief animated videos that help Christians understand and communicate Christian truth on a wide variety of really tough topics. A project of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview.