50 Recommended Apologetics Resources for Christian Parents

50 Apologetics Resources for Christian Parents

At the end of my last post (If Your Kids Are Someday Shocked by the Claims of Skeptics, You Didn’t Do Your Job), I promised to follow up with a “master list” of my recommended resources for helping you get better equipped for Christian parenting in a secular world.

It’s taken me a while to get this together, but I think you’ll find it was worth the wait: I now have an entire section of my site (6 pages) devoted to these recommendations! In the future, you can get to it at any time by clicking the menu item at the top labeled Resources.

I really encourage you to take some time and click through each of the links below to discover books that will help you deepen your understanding of the case for Christianity so you can share that knowledge with your kids.

They need it.

Without further ado, here you go! Click on the links below that best describe your interests.

I’m a parent who wants to teach my kids why there is good reason to believe Christianity is true. Give me a complete reading plan designed specifically for parents!

I want to learn about the evidence for God’s existence.

I want to learn about the evidence for the truth of Christianity specifically.

I want to learn about the reliability of the Bible.

I want to learn about age of the Earth and evolution issues.

I want to learn about apologetics resources written specifically for kids.


  1. Sam McKee on January 18, 2016 at 5:48 AM


    Your lists and blogs have been absolutely amazing and very enjoyable. I have recommended them widely. However, they are almost always American (I can understand why!) but I feel a lot of the best resources are international. Especially the work by Ravi Zacharias, The Oxford Centre For Christian Apologetics (OCCA) and Olive Tree (Australia)

    Perhaps give them a look? They’ve been going for a long time and particularly Oxford/Cambridge have some of the finest Christian minds in the world

    God bless you!

    Love sam

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