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The following individuals are all known to a significant degree for their work in the field of Christian apologetics.

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Christian countercult movement

Mormon apologists

   

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Abu Raita al-Takriti

Albert Henry Ross

Albert Mohler

Alfred Noyes

Alister McGrath

Alvin Plantinga

Ammar al-Basri

Amy Welborn

Angelus Silesius

Anis Shorrosh

Anselm of Canterbury

Antoine Guenée

Aristides of Athens

Aristo of Pella

Arnobius

Athenagoras of Athens

August Theodor Arvidson

Augustine of Hippo

Augustus Nicodemus Lopes

Ben F. Meyer

Benjamin Wiker

Bernard Ramm

Blaise Pascal

C. S. Lewis

Calvin Kingsley

Carl F. H. Henry

Carl Wieland

Charles Christian Hennell

Charles Claude Selecman

Christopher Derrick

Clark Pinnock

Cornelius Van Til

Craig A. Evans

D. James Kennedy

Dan Foster (physician)

Dave Hunt (Christian apologist)

David F. Wells

David Wood (Christian apologist)

Dietrich von Hildebrand

Dinesh D'Souza

Douglas Groothuis

Ed Decker

Edmund H. Bennett

Edward John Carnell

Edward L. Kessel

Ergun Caner

F. F. Bruce

Fabian Fucan

Francis Collins

Francis Dominic Bencini

Francis J. Beckwith

Francis Schaeffer

Francisco J. Ayala

Frank Stagg (theologian)

François-René de Chateaubriand

Frederick Copleston

Frederick W. Marks

Friedrich von Hügel

G. Craige Lewis

G. K. Chesterton

Gary DeMar

Gary Habermas

Gerard Verschuuren

Gleason Archer

Gordon Clark

Greg Bahnsen

Greg Koukl

Haik Hovsepian Mehr

Hank Hanegraaff

Harry Rimmer

Henry M. Morris

Howard David Higgins

Howard Hyde Russell

Hugh Ross (creationist)

Hugo Anthony Meynell

Hugo Grotius

Irenaeus

J. P. Moreland

J. P. de Fonseka

James W. Sire

James White (theologian)

Jason Evert

Jay Richards

Jean Lasserre

Jerome

Johann Heinrich Jung

Johannes van den Driesche

John Dickson (author)

John F. MacArthur

John Frame (theologian)

John Hartnett (physicist)

John Lawson Stoddard

John Lennox

John Oakes (apologist)

John Polkinghorne

John Warwick Montgomery

Jonathan Sarfati

Joseph Butler

Joseph Gurney Bevan

Josh McDowell

Juan González Arintero

Julius Firmicus Maternus

Justin Martyr

Karl Keating

Ken Ham

Kenneth G. McLeod

Kevin DeYoung

Kimberly Hahn

Kirk Cameron

Lactantius

Larry D. Alexander

Lee Strobel

Leopoldo Lugones

Ligon Duncan

Louis Markos

Lukyn Williams

Mal Couch

Marciano Guzman

Marcus Minucius Felix

Mark Cahill

Mark Hopkins (educator)

Mark P. Shea

Michael Dubruiel

Michael Frost (minister)

Michael Green (theologian)

Michael R. Licona

Michael Voris

Michał Heller

Modestus

Musanus

N. T. Wright

Nancy Pearcey

Nicholas Wolterstorff

Nicolas-Sylvestre Bergier

Norman Geisler

Norman Pittenger

Patrick Madrid

Paul Copan

Paul Elmer More

Paul Helm

Paul Moser

Paul Poulton

Paulo Romeiro

Peter E. Hodgson

Peter Kreeft

Peter Stoner

Petrus Cunaeus

Philip Henry Gosse

Philip of Gortyna

Pierre Charron

Quadratus of Athens

R. C. Sproul

Ramon Llull

Ravi Zacharias

Riccoldo da Monte di Croce

Robert Hutchinson (author)

Robert Knight Rudolph

Robert Livingston Rudolph

Robert Sungenis

Rod Rosenbladt

Roderick L. Evans

Roger E. Olson

Roger Nicole

Ronald Knox

Ross Clifford

Roy A. Clouser

Scott Hahn

Shūsaku Endō

Simon Greenleaf

Stephen Tong

Tatian

Tertullian

Theophilus of Antioch

Thomas Alfred Davies

Thomas Aquinas

Thomas B. Warren

Thomas Hartwell Horne

Tim Keller (pastor)

V. Neil Wyrick

Victor Reppert

Vincent McNabb

Walter Ralston Martin

William A. Dembski

William Edgar (apologist)

William Lane Craig

William Paley

    

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Western Journalism
Thu, 30 Oct 2014 16:37:30 -0700

The Italian theologian is arguably one of the greatest and most influential Christian apologists the church has ever known. He was essentially a religious existentialist whose vast spiritual expositions bridged the natural realm of knowledge and ...
 
Catholic World Report
Wed, 29 Oct 2014 20:22:30 -0700

That's what early Christian apologists said, it's what many liberals have said when living in a nonliberal environment, and it's what serious Catholics tend to say today. The struggle is not likely always to be so high-minded. As it heats up the party ...

ChristianToday

ChristianToday
Fri, 03 Oct 2014 03:30:47 -0700

A controversial new book claiming Jesus didn't exist has received considerable media attention, but Christian apologists have dismissed its research as inconsistent with the weight of modern scholarship. In the book, 'No Meek Messiah', author Michael ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Mon, 20 Oct 2014 22:00:21 -0700

These religions did not face the problem with which Christian apologists have struggled so painfully and for so long – how to reconcile the existence of an all-powerful and wholly good God with the fact of evil in the world. The worldview of George W ...
 
Infoshop News
Wed, 22 Oct 2014 11:22:30 -0700

... arguments aired: Tolkein, C. S. Lewis, Frank Herbert, Isaac Asimov and the rest, bourgeois reactionaries to a man, Christian apologists, crypto-Stalinists, were being praised in IT, Frendz and Oz and everywhere else by people whose general ...
 
The American Conservative
Thu, 09 Oct 2014 14:06:05 -0700

Having terminal cancer does not make all Christian apologists saints, any more than it makes all non-Christians self-centered nihilists. Having cancer just means you have stinkin', vile, brutal cancer. It says nothing to your moral standing or your ...

Examiner.com

Examiner.com
Sun, 05 Oct 2014 23:06:33 -0700

But Christian apologists, Christian Today's Carey Lodge reported Oct. 3, preach a different sermon, stating that Paulkovich's work is inconsequential. In No Meek Messiah: Christianity's Lies, Laws and Legacy, Michael Paulkovich argues in the ...
 
DigitalJournal.com
Tue, 07 Oct 2014 23:56:15 -0700

"It is an honor and a privilege for TRACS to have Dr. Ravi Zacharias associated with this year's annual conference. Dr. Zacharias is considered the C.S. Lewis of our time and one of the most brilliant Christian apologists in the world. He's been able ...
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