Monday, November 30, 2015


Below are links to the works of 20th Century apologists who have died and now have no need for apologetics (1 Corinthians 13:8-12). :)

*NOTE: Clicking on the apologist's name (when available) will take you to the search results at the University of Pennsylvania's "Online Book" search.

*Works of Dead Apologists: Resources for Study
*Apologetic Methodologies Past and Present: A series of 5 lectures by Phil Fernandes. Part of the Tabor Lecture Series at Western Reformed Seminary. A lot of focus on various apologists of the 20th Century.
*The Library of Historical Apologetics: An excellent resource by Dr. Timothy McGrew.
*"A Course of Readings in Apologetics"Dr. Timothy McGrew's recommended readings include many books from this period.
*"Juridical Apologists 1600-2000 AD: A Bio-Bibliographical Essay" by Philip Johnson
*Dead Apologists Society: An evangelical Facebook group for discussing the works of past apologists. I encourage you to join.
*The Biblical Legacy of Old Princeton: A lecture from the Tabor Lecture Series at Western Reformed Seminary.
*Top 10 *FREE* Classic Apologetics Books in ebook and audio
*Brief profiles of apologists from the past at Apologetics315

*A History of Apologetics by Avery Cardinal Dulles. You can find a 3-part review of this book here.
*Christian Apologetics Past and Present (Volume 1, To 1500 AD): A Primary Source Reader, edited by William Edgar and K. Scott Oliphint
*Christian Apologetics Past and Present (Volume 2, From 1500 AD): A Primary Source Reader, edited by William Edgar and K. Scott Oliphint
*Christian Apologetics: An Anthology of Primary Sourcesedited by Khaldoun A. Sweis and Chad V. Meister

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