Drinking from a fire hose – four good apologetics blogs to follow

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Fire HoseSometimes the internet is like taking a drink from a fire hose. There are so many good writers who provide helpful information that one has to learn to be selective; there is too much to take in.

Therefore, to narrow it down a bit, I thought I would take a few minutes to provide a list of four blogs I follow and why I think that you should follow them also.

  1. The Poached Egg. Greg West does a fantastic job of scouring the internet and finding some of the best material on Christian Apologetics available. This blog provides links to helpful articles and interesting quotations. Greg can be found on Twitter @thepoachedegg.
  2. Christian Apologetics Alliance Blog. The CAA is a group of writers committed to articulating and defending a Christian world view. The contributors to the blog come from a variety of educational backgrounds and have different interests, thus providing a sampling of what is going on in apologetic thought today. You can follow the CAA blog on Twitter @apolalliance
  3. The Thinking Christian. This is one of the first apologetics blogs I found and have been following it for a few years. Tom Gilson is the author of the blog and he consistently challenges his reader to be what the title implies, thinking Christians.
  4. Apologetics315. One of the best features of Apologetics315 is the interviews that Brian Auten does with noted apologetic writers and thinkers. These interviews are available as Podcasts and MP3 downloads. Brian is an excellent interviewer, asking great questions. Brian also provides other helpful links on the site to resources for those who are interested in increasing their knowledge of Christian apologetics. You can follow Brian on Twitter @apologetics315.

There are many other good apologetics sites but these are four that I regularly follow and read. If you have an interest in Christian apologetics, please check out these four blogs, I do not think you will be disappointed.

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About Mark McIntyre

A follower of Jesus Christ who shares observations about how Scripture should impact the church and the world. Mark is the original author and editor of Attempts at Honesty.

5 comments
Greg West
Greg West

Thanks so much for the mention and your encouragement, Mark. I appreciate and read your blog as well. Many of your posts speak to me in a personal way and help me to be more focused on Christ in my walk with him. May God bless you and guide you as you continue to write.

Tom Gilson
Tom Gilson

Thank you for the link and the encouraging word, Mark.

Mark McIntyre
Mark McIntyre

You're welcome. I've gotten so much benefit from The Poached Egg, sharing it is the least I can do.