1. Kerby Anderson – Head of Probe ministries.
2. John Ankerberg – Founder of Ankerberg Theological Research Institute; Great podcast.
3. Greg Bahnsen – the late great presuppositional apologist. Debated Gordon Stein.
4. Andy Bannister – London School of Theology / Oxford Centre for Christian apologetics.
5. Francis Beckwith – noted philosopher and apologist, especially in the area of ethics.
6. Ken Boa – relational evangelism, discipleship, apologetics.
7. Darrell Bock – Research Professor of NT Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary.
8. Joe Boot – apologist, educator, author and pastor.
9. Robert Bowman – noted apologetics and theology teacher (Biola)
10. Justin Brierley – host of Unbelievable? on Premier Christian Radio, UK.
11. Kyle Butt – staff at Apologetics Press and editor of Discovery magazine. Debated Barker.
12. Ted Cabal – general editor of The Apologetics Study Bible.
13. Charlie Campbell – itinerant apologist and head of AlwaysBeReady.com.
14. Ergun Caner – president of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary; author.
15. Edward John Carnell – was a prominent and influential Christian theologian and apologist.
16. G.K. Chesterton – famous author, philosopher, theologian, apologist.
17. David K. Clark – apologist with notable books; teaches at Bethel Seminary
18. Gordon Clark – Christian philosopher, apologist, and theologian. Contemporary of Van Til.
19. Kelly James Clark – notable philosopher of religion, author; Calvin College.
20. Gene Cook – host of UnchainedRadio; reformed pastor and apologist. Owns a pit bull.
21. Paul Copan – Philosophy and ethics; noted apologist and author.
22. Winfried Corduan – Christian philosopher of religion; noted author.
23. Steven B. Cowan – Associate director of Apologetics Resource Center; Areopagus Journal
24. William Lane Craig – philosopher, theologian, apologist; Debater par excellence.
25. Dinesh D’Souza – writer, speaker, debater. Various notable debates.
26. William Dembski – philosopher of science and mathematician; ID theorist.
27. William Edgar – Professor of Apologetics Westminster Theological Seminary; jazz pianist.
28. Lenny Esposito – founder of ComeReason apologetics ministry.
29. C. Stephen Evans – philosophy of religion; apologetics; great author. Baylor.
30. Paul D. Feinberg – the late philosopher of religion and apologist; author.
31. Harold Felder – founder of GivingAnAnswer apologetics ministry.
32. Phil Fernandes – Christian philosopher, apologist, debater. Tremendous audio resources.
33. John Frame – Reformed Theological Seminary; reformed apologist; Van Til expert.
34. Norman Geisler – prolific author of over 70 books; Classical apologist.
35. R. Douglas Geivett – Professor of Philosophy Talbot Department of Philosophy / Biola
36. Simon Greenleaf – legal scholar famous for his book Testimony of the Evangelists.
37. Douglas Groothuis – Christian philosopher, author, teacher.
38. Shandon L. Guthrie – philosophy, apologetics, atheism, comparative religions, ethics.
39. Gary Habermas – the world’s foremost expert on the resurrection of Jesus.
40. Ken Ham – young Earth creationist famous/nororious for the Creation Museum.
41. Hank Hanegraaff – today’s Bible Answer Man.
42. Craig Hazen – director of Biola’s Christian Apologetics program.
43. J.P. Holding – founded Tektonics apologetics website; author.
44. Anthony Horvath – Athanatos Christian Ministries and online Apologetics Academy.
45. Phillip E. Johnson – one of the key leaders of the Intelligent Design movement.
46. Walter Kaiser – scholar, writer, educator, and distinguished Professor of Old Testament.
47. Timothy Keller – urban pastor and apologist noted for his clear communication.
48. Greg Koukl – apologist and president of Stand to Reason; excellent radio program.
49. Peter Kreeft – professor of philosophy at Boston College, noted apologist.
50. John Lennox – philosopher of science, mathematician, Oxford debater of Dawkins.
51. C.S. Lewis – famous author, lecturer, apologist; Narnia books, Mere Christianity.
52. Gordon Lewis – philosopher and theologian; author of Testing Christianity’s Truth Claims.
53. Mike Licona – historian and apologist; authority on the resurrection of Jesus.
54. Bruce Little – philosopher noted for work on the problem of evil and theodicy.
55. Paul Little – late apologist and author noted for his simple style and easy communication.
56. David Marshall – world cultures, outspoken against new atheism.
57. Walter Martin – most famous for his Kingdom of the Cults book; the original Answer Man.
58. Stuart McAllister – Scottish itinerant cultural apologist with RZIM.
59. Josh McDowell – famous for Evidence that Demands a Verdict.
60. Sean McDowell – worldview youth minister / itinerant apologist.
61. Alex McFarland – itinerant apologist targeting young people, teens.
62. Alister McGrath – Oxford professor of theology, author and opponent of new atheism.
63. Chad Meister – philosopher of religion, ethics, logic; apologist, author; Bethel College.
64. Angus Menuge – Concordia University professor of philosophy.
65. Albert Mohler – president of SBTS, worldview cultural commentator, author, radio host.
66. John Warwick Montgomery – perhaps the most famous evidentialist apologist.
67. J.P. Moreland – Christian philosopher, noted author, apologist.
68. Ronald Nash – Professor Philosophy and Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary
69. Randall Niles – itinerant and multimedia apologist.
70. David Noebel – founder of Summit Ministries and worldview apologist.
71. Scott Oliphint – Professor of Apologetics and Systematic Theology WTS
72. Amy Orr-Ewing – Director of Training of the Zacharias Trust.
73. Craig Parton – trial lawyer and noted Lutheran apologist.
74. Alvin Plantinga – world-class philosopher; reformed epistemology, philosophy of religion.
75. Doug Powell – excellent multimedia apologist at SelflessDefense.
76. Michael Ramsden – European Director of Zacharias Trust, speaker for RZIM.
77. Fazale Rana – PhD biochemist with Reasons to Believe.
78. Ron Rhodes – author and apologist founder of Reasoning from the Scriptures.
79. John W. Robbins – reformed apologist, founder of Trinity Foundation.
80. Mark D. Roberts – pastor, author, speaker, blogger. Emphasis in NT / Gospels.
81. David Robertson – Scottish pastor famous/notorious for his Dawkins Letters.
82. Hugh Ross – astrophysicist apologist and old Earth creationist; founder Reasons to Believe.
83. Kenneth Samples – reformed philosopher, theologian, apologist with Reasons to Believe.
84. Francis Schaeffer – famous late cultural apologist, author, philosopher; founder of L’Abri.
85. Mary Jo Sharp – author, apologist, debater; founder of Confident Christianity.
86. James Sire – influential worldview author, apologist, and speaker.
87. Matt Slick – founder of CARM.org, one of the best apologetics encyclopedias on the web.
88. R.C. Sproul – notable theologian, author, and classical apologist.
89. Don Stewart – prolific author, apologist, and host of the Bible Explorer.
90. Lee Strobel – journalist famous for his Case for Christ series of books; popular apologist.
91. Richard Swinburne – world-class Oxford philosopher of religion; author.
92. Frank Turek – itinerant apologist and founder of CrossExamined; debated Hitchens.
93. Cornelius Van Til – the most famous presuppositional reformed apologist.
94. Jim Wallace – cold case detective, pastor, and apologist; excellent podcast.
95. James White – theologian, author, prolific debater, and reformed apologist.
96. Dallas Willard – Christian philosopher; notable works in philosophy, discipleship,
97. Peter S. Williams – Christian philosopher; notable works countering Dawkins
98. Douglas Wilson – presuppositional apologist; number of atheist debates (Hitchens, Barker)
99. N.T. Wright – Archbishop of Canterbury; notable work on the resurrection.
100. Ravi Zacharias -perhaps today’s most notable international cultural apologist.
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