Reasons for God is just one of many websites dedicated to a thoughtful explanation of the Christian worldview and faith. It is my pleasure to recommend these sites to you, arranged in alphabetical order, as you search for truth:
A Christian Think Tank – a dense, scholarly, intensive look at hundreds of questions about the Bible and the Christian faith. You can get lost in this site for hours!
Always Have a Reason – J.W. Wartick is the site owner and posts on a wide variety of apologetic topics, from book reviews to science-related topics to philosophy of religion.
Apologetics 315 – the “granddaddy” of apologetics websites, Brian Auten keeps up a formidable stream of links, podcasts, book reviews and more at this central apologetics hub on the web.
Be Thinking – A U.K. based apologetics website with a variety of high-quality apologetics articles arranged by level of difficulty and topic.
Christian Apologetics Alliance – an online networking community for apologists from nearly all of the other websites and ministries listed on this page. The CAA seeks to serve and promote other ministries, network them together, and unite people across organizational boundaries.
Christian Apologetics U.K. – A U.K. based apologetic site that leans towards carefully reasoned, long-form articles.
Christian Philosophy at Calvin – Over 150 articles on philosophy of religion and other subjects.
Cloud of Witnesses – The blog home of Chris Reese.
Cold and Lonely Truth – Arthur Khachatryan, the author of Cold and Lonely Truth, maintains an active blog, podcast, and other apologetic resources.
Deeper Waters – Analyzing atheist thought, Nick Peters brings a personal touch to the reasonableness of the Christian worldview.
Evangelical Philosophical Society – The premier society of Evangelical philosophers. The website features information on conferences, their journal Philosophia Christi, and an active blog.
Faith and Self-Defense – the blog home of Mark McGee, with posts on the Bible, cults, and other topics.
Faithful Thinkers – Luke Nix blogs regularly here on a wide variety of apologetic issues.
International Society of Women in Apologetics – The ISWA connects, encourages and trains women to defend the faith.
National Apologetics and Biblical Worldview Network – the National Apologetics and Biblical Worldview Network, which I facilitate, connects the Evangelical Philosophical Society and the Christian Apologetics Alliance, as well as other interested apologetics ministries, into the Mission America Coalition (MAC). The MAC is a network of networks dedicated to building unity in the Body of Christ.
No Blind Faith – Neil Mammen’s website, with a special focus on the intersection of faith and politics. You can also order some “No Blind Faith” t-shirts!
One Minute Apologist – Bobby Conway hosts this high-production quality youtube channel that, in their words, provides ‘quick, credible answers to apologetic questions on YouTube that resource people with a hunger to defend their Christian faith.’ An excellent resource.
Ratio Christi – an innovative ministry that provides apologetic training for Christians on college campuses.
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries – led by Ravi Zacharias, RZIM has influenced millions to consider the rational support for the truth of the Christian worldview and the credibility of Jesus. Ravi is a gifted speaker and incredible leader with a passion for truth, for people, and for God.
Reasonable Faith – The web home of Dr. William Lane Craig, one of the most influential apologists and Christian philosophers for over twenty years.
Reasons to Believe – A science-based apologetics website that defends an old earth approach as consistent with the Bible and provides scientific reasons for the existence of God.
The Ruthless Monk – Run by Leslie Keeney, this website focuses on “honest musings on faith, reason, theology, and pop culture.”
Say Hello to My Little Friend – The “blog and podcast of Dr Glenn Peoples on philosophy, theology, and social issues.”
Sententias – Max Andrews blogs on philosophy of religion and philosophy of science topics.
Songs of a Semi-Free Man – The author of Why It Doesn’t Matter What You Believe If It’s Not True, Stephen McAndrew, blogs here.
Stand to Reason – Stand to Reason, founded by Greg Koukl, the author of Tactics, is one of the premier apologetics organizations in the U.S. Greg is famous for his apologetic approach as much as his apologetic content.
The Apologetics Guy – The ministry of Mikel del Rosario, presenting apologetics material in easy-to-understand ways for the lay Christian and local churches.
The Bara Initiative – Randy Hardman launched this ministry to provide apologetic content on youtube.
The Colson Center – Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship, was dedicated to the importance of truth and careful Christian thinking. The Colson Center hosts a valuable online library of apologetics and Biblical worldview articles.
The Poached Egg – Greg West curates the content at The Poached Egg, which features hundreds of high-quality apologetics articles on nearly every subject under the sun.
The Veritas Forum – The Veritas Forum hosts high-quality conversations on university campuses around the world with leading scholars from a wide variety of academic disciplines and worldviews. Their webpage features thousands of free videos.
Theology Network – A U.K. based website to develop a biblical worldview, with hundreds of articles arranged by topic and level of difficulty.
Thinking Christian – Tom Gilson runs Thinking Christian, a very active blog with a dedicated community, focused on general apologetics issues and apologetic strategy.
Thinking Matters – “A New Zealand ministry that exists to encourage the life of the mind in the love of God.” Beautiful site design and lots of great free resources!
Truthbomb Apologetics – They “strive to offer apologetics resources to encourage and challenge both believer and unbeliever. Critical thinking is strongly encouraged, reason is a must, and all are welcomed!” A variety of articles, interviews, and videos.