Below are links to pages that I find informative and useful when gathering answers about the difficult questions of life, ethics, or religion. These pages have many resources: articles, books, curriculum, etc.
Stand to Reason
Stand to Reason is an organization dedicated to training ambassadors for Christ, and answers the difficult questions. It is headed by Greg Koukl, an apologist, who has had over 20 years experience. The site offers articles on many questions, a shop full of resources, and a worthy podcast done by Greg Koukl. I highly recommend that you listen to the podcast and read Grek Koukl’s book Tatics.
Lee Strobel is a former journalist for The Chicago Tribune, and former atheist, who decided to search out the truth about Christianity. After much debating, searching, and discussion he came to the conclusion that the claims of Christianity were true. He now is a popular apologist who works hard to defend Christianity. His site has videos, articles, events, a shop, and much more.
Worldview Ministries is another great website dedicated to explaining the Christian worldview. Sean McDowell is an educator, speaker, author, and apologist. He is the son of the famous Josh McDowell. The website is dedicated more toward teens and young adults, but the information is valid for any age. You can access articles, books, events, and much more relating to the Christian worldview.
Reasonable Faith is a website full of books, articles, and other information from William Lane Craig. He is a wonderful philosopher, apologist, author, and teacher at Biola University. The sites name says it all “Reasonable Faith.” The goal of the site is to show you why faith in Christ and the Christian worldview is reasonable.
Please Convince Me
Jim Wallace is a cold case detective that uses his skills as a detective and his education in apologetics to reason out the questions about life, religion, and the Bible. He does all of this work for free without any donations because he desires that people would use his articles to think about their lives and worldview. The site also has a podcast that speaks about many different topics. If you are looking for a curriculum about apologetics, the site has a free curriculum that has audio and articles.
This site is put on by Mark Driscoll and Mars Hill Church from Seattle Washington. Mark Driscoll is a young, vibrant pastor that is relevant, but is strict in his orthodoxy of theology. The site has theology, books, music, help for those who are abused, church planting, and much more. It is a great site to surf through and see if there is anything that might be of value to you.
Biola: Apologetics Program
If you are interested in learning how to defend your faith, apologetics, then check out Biola’s Apologetics Program. The benefit is that if you have a difficult time getting to Biola’s campus or you are not in the area, then you can take it through the distance course. Also if you look I believe there is also a certificate program that is much cheaper.