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Resources to Help Give a Reasoned Account of our Christian faith,

Compiled by apologetics writer, Alex McFarland

This is a short bibliography of apologetical books by Alex McFarland that can help any Christian better defend his or her faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. It is given to be a resource, and is not the only one. The Bible itself is sufficient, but this can help.

"Want to get up to speed on apologetics but don't know where to begin? Here are some books that offer a well-rounded introduction to Christian apologetics.

"The New Evidence That Demands a Verdict," by Josh McDowell (Tyndale). This important resource by one of the nation's foremost apologists covers a variety of topics that affirm the truth of Christianity.

"The Case for a Creator," by Lee Strobel (Zondervan). Is it scientific and rational to believe in a Creator? Can the Genesis account of our origins be trusted? Lee Strobel examines the scientific evidence for a Creator.

"When Critics Ask," by Normal Geisler (Baker). Is the Bible dependable? What do you do when someone you know claims to have found a mistake in Scripture? Learn the answers from one of the world's most respected apologists.

"The Historical Jesus: Ancient Evidence for the Life of Christ," by Gary Habermas (College Press). Without Christ's resurrection, Christianity would have no good news. This readable volume lists the historical facts that confirm the life, crucifixion and physical resurrection of Jesus Christ.

"Stand Strong in College," by Alex McFarland (Tyndale). Studies show that many young people leave the church after high school, some losing their faith completely. The author prepares students for the specific areas in which college will challenge their beliefs in God, Christ's resurrection, morality and the Bible's authority."

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