When I first wrote my book Ethix in 2006, the reviewer for the Christian Research Journal said its one of a few, but growing number of apologetics resources for students. It’s amazing how much has changed in a decade. Now we have tons of good apologetics resources for students, and the challenge is to highlight the best ones. The purpose of this post is simply to highlight some of my personal favorites. Please let me know if there are any good ones I need to add to my list.


  1. The Apologetics Study Bible for Students. This Bible has quick answers to the top 120 questions students have about God, the Bible, ethics, and other religions, as well as many other apologetics features.


  1. Summit Ministries: A life-changing 12-day worldview training experience for students in California, Colorado, and Tennessee.
  2. Re-Think: Weekend apologetics conferences featuring leading apologists and thinkers today tailored uniquely for students.
  3. Impact 360 Immersion: Two-week summer worldview and apologetics experience for high school students in Pine Mountain, Georgia.
  4. Wheatstone Academy: One-week worldview experience designed to help students ask deep, meaningful questions, think Christianly about the arts and culture, and cultivate their own faith.


  1. Cold Case Christianity (J. Warner Wallace)
  2. Stealing from God (Frank Turek)
  3. Is God Just a Human Invention? (McDowell & Morrow)
  4. Ethix: Being Bold In A Whatever World (S. McDowell)
  5. Welcome to College (J. Morrow)
  6. Mere Christianity (C.S. Lewis)
  7. The Case for Christ, The Case for Faith, The Case for a Creator, The Case for the Real Jesus (L. Strobel) *I recommend student versions for ages 11-13.
  8. More Than a Carpenter (J. McDowell)


  1. GodQuest: 6-week introductory apologetics course for youth groups.
  2. True U: Three 10-part apologetics series for upper high school and college students on the existence of God, reliability of the Bible, and Jesus.
  3. Re-Think Student Conference Sessions: 7 critical lectures for students on various apologetics topics.
  4. The Defense Never Rests: Student workbook to go along with training material from William Lane Craig (ages 10-16).
  5. Ask: An interactive 4-part student curriculum from RZIM.
  6. Big Questions: A 6-part apologetics series to help students think about the big questions of life. Includes interviews with leading apologists.
  7. Understanding the Times: High school worldview curriculum for the classroom.
  8. I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be An Atheist: Curriculum created by Frank Turek to go along with his classic book.


*These videos are great to show in order to spur conversation with students:

  1. Reasonable Faith Animated Videos:
  2. Impact 360 videos. These are short animated videos on questioning the Bible, the resurrection, and the nature of worldview.
  3. One Minute Apologist: Quick interviews with leading apologists on a variety of issues.
  4. Sean McDowell YouTube channel

You can find the original version of this article on Sean McDowell's blog.