14 Suggested Readings for Budding Apologists

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Well the holiday season is upon us. I know time is short. But for those that are looking to come up with some book ideas, here are some my picks for budding apologists.

1. Aquinas (A Beginner’s Guide): By Edward Feser

Former atheist Edward Feser is someone who is doing some great work in Thomistic thought. I took a few classes in seminary on Aquinas and still think he has a lot of value in our theology, philosophy, and apologetics. Feser has written a short beginners guide here.

2. Covenantal Apologetics: Principles and Practice in Defense of Our Faith by K. Scott Oliphint and William Edgar  (Jul 31, 2013)

I saw K. Scott Oliphint speak at the National Apologetics Conference this past  fall. Yes, he can preach! Anyway, I am not quite done with this book. No matter what your apologetics flavor is (i.e., classical, evidential, presupp,), this is a…

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