ACSI Apologetics Curriculum: The Association of Christian Schools International’s program objective is “to teach students to articulate and defend the truth of the gospel through research, writing, and blogging”.
The Unshakeable Truth: In this DVD father and son apologists Josh and Sean McDowell “present apologetics relationally, showing how right believing affects both believers and people they encounter”.
Focus on the Family: The Truth Project: This video apologetics series with Dr. Del Tackett is a great resource for small groups.
Focus on the Family: Does God Exist? In this DVD study, Dr. Stephen Meyer “examines the evidence and provides the tools needed for students to defend their faith and make it their own. This is the perfect resource for students preparing to enter college and a culture that may be hostile to their faith.”
Focus on the Family: Is the Bible Reliable?: This resource is “a ten part DVD curriculum building the case for the reliability of the Bible as a historical document. It is the second in the line of Focus on the Family’s True U series, which take the viewer into the university classroom to explore various aspects of the biblical worldview.”
I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist: Apologist Frank Turek “uses logic science and hard historical evidence to show why the Bible is true and why it takes a lot more faith to be an atheist than a Christian” in this 10 part DVD series.
Living Loud: Defending Your Faith: This apologetics book by Norman Geisler and Joseph Holden is especially geared towards high school students so that “every student can feel bold and confident in defending their faith.”
Smart Faith: Loving God with All Your Mind: J.P. Moreland and Mark Matlock teach you how to “embrace the mind’s role in spiritual formation and acquire new spiritual disciplines” in this book about smart faith.
Tactics in Defending the Faith Interactive DVD: “Included are six one-hour interactive sessions on DVD with discussion, role-playing, self-assessment quizzes, recall exercises, memory tools, games, and competition. Comprehensive leader and student manuals are included in PDF for printing and copying.”
The Reason for God DVD Series: “Captured live and unscripted, pastor and author Timothy Keller meets with a group of people over six sessions to address their doubts and objections to Christianity. Using literature, philosophy, real-life experiences, and the Bible, Keller and the group explore the truth of Christianity. This DVD will help you think about and engage others in dialogue on six common objections to Christianity.”
Hard Questions, Real Answers: The great author, debator, and philosopher Dr. William Lane Craig answers some of our hardest questions in this exceptional apologetics book. It is great not only for high schoolers but for anyone seeking answers.
On Guard DVD Companion: “William Lane Craig’s “On Guard” will help teach you how to defend your faith through this collection of 8 videos sessions on one disc. Over the weeks of study, you will learn eight apologetics arguments and gain insight, understanding, and application.”
Stand Your Ground: An Introductory Text for Apologetics Students: This is great introductory material for students new to apologetics. “Dean Hardy takes readers on a spiritual and intellectual journey, addressing such issues as the nature of truth and reality, the investigation of other worldviews, the evidence for Christianity, critics’ arguments against Christianity, and the relationship between apologetics and evangelism.”
Reason to Believe Apologetics Academy: “Reasons Academy offers a high school science apologetics program designed to prepare students to stand strong in the faith amid the challenges of a secular culture.”
Good Science, Good Faith: From apologetics ministry Reasons to Believe, this course “combines what students have learned in their science textbooks with the best biblical research.”