There are some really great resources out there on the web that include good articles, debates and blogs. Here are a few of the ones I have found helpful
The vision of Apologetics 315 is to provide educational resources for the defense of the Christian faith, with the goal of strengthening the faith of believers and engaging the questions and challenges of other worldviews. By providing an accessible and growing repository of teaching materials, as well as providing a means of networking within the apologetics community, we hope to be a significant educational resource for churches, campus groups, and Christians around the world.
Evangelical Philosophical Society (EPS)
Founded in 1974, the Evangelical Philosophical Society (EPS) is an organization of professional scholars devoted to pursuing philosophical excellence in both the church and the academy. Interested laypersons can join as full, associate, or student members. The EPS holds a national meeting each year in conjunction with the conference held by the Evangelical Theological Society and the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature, along with regional meetings with the American Philosophical Association. The EPS journal, Philosophia Christi, is a scholarly publication (Summer and Winter) containing discussion about a variety of topics that are of interest to the philosopher and to the philosopher of religion.
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM)
The primary mission of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries is to reach and challenge those who shape the ideas of a culture with the credibility of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Distinctive in its strong evangelistic and apologetic foundation, the ministry of RZIM is intended to touch both the heart and the intellect of the thinkers and influencers of society through the support of the visionary leadership of Ravi Zacharias.
Reasonable Faith aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today. Reasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig in order to carry out its three-fold mission:
- to provide an articulate, intelligent voice for biblical Christianity in the public arena.
- to challenge unbelievers with the truth of biblical Christianity.
- to train Christians to state and defend Christian truth claims with greater effectiveness
The Veritas Forum
Where does morality come from? Isn’t science rapidly approaching a complete explanation of nature? Do you ever have doubts about your views?
College students around the world are asking themselves and their friends these questions, but there is often no real place to explore these questions alongside brilliant faculty and leading thinkers. And, despite his undeniable prominence, Jesus is almost never brought into the picture.
The Veritas Forum exists to change that landscape. We host university events that engage students and faculty in discussions about life’s hardest questions and the relevance of Jesus Christ to all of life. “We” refers to the hundreds of university community members who desire to host, plan, and coordinate a Veritas Forum on their local campuses, and the headquarter team in Cambridge, MA, with regional staff across North America and Europe. We seek to inspire the shapers of tomorrow’s culture to connect their hardest questions with the person and story of Jesus Christ.
Where does our name come from? Many of our nation’s colleges and universities, including Yale, Michigan and Harvard, have included the Latin word veritas in their mottos, signifying the pursuit of truth, a pursuit that was the foundation for much of the educational system for generations. Our name, The Veritas Forum, evokes our desire to explore the ideal that veritas represents. We seek to explore, discuss, engage, inspire, question, and enlarge our view of true life together.