Apologetics Resources for Students


  1. GodQuest, by Sean McDowell. A church-wide campaign with DVD teaching, study guides, pastor sermons, and both fiction and non-fiction books (www.godquestoutreach.com)
  2. TrueU by Stephen Meyers. Two series for college-bound students: (1) Does God exist? And (2) Is the Bible Reliable? (www.trueu.org)
  3. Gospel Journey Maui, hosted by Greg Stier (www.dare2share.org/gospeljourneymaui)
  4. re:View, a worldview curriculum study for high school students (www.re-films.com/re/)


  1. www.seanmcdowell.org. This site includes free curriculum for youth leaders, videos, debates, activities, articles, Sean’s blog, and more.
  2. www.strplace.com. This is the youth website of Stand to Reason and is hosted by my friend, Brett Kunkle. It has great videos, articles, forums for discussion, and additional resources.
  3. www.reasonablefaith.org. This is the site for growing in apologetics knowledge and experience. It includes debates, articles, forums, videos, and more about the ministry of William Lane Craig.


  1. Summit Ministries (www.summit.org). This is a 2-week summer conference for students to learn apologetics, worldview training, leadership skills, relational development, and more from leading apologists in the country.
  2. Wheatstone Academy (www.wheatstoneacademy.com). This is one of the finest worldview conferences for students that is led by leading scholars in a mentoring fashion.


  1. Apologetics Study Bible for Students, edited by Sean McDowell. It answers the top 120 questions students ask, features archaeological finds, fast facts, study notes, student stories, and more
  2. Is God Just a Human Invention?, by Sean McDowell and Jonathan Morrow. They tackle the top 17 questions raised by the New Atheists against God
  3. Smart Faith, by J.P. Moreland and Mark Matlock
  4. Ethix: Being Bold in a Whatever World, by Sean McDowell
  5. The Case for Christ, The Case for a Creator, The Case for the Real Jesus, and The Case for Faith, by Lee Strobel

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