ACFAR, mentioned in the last post, also gives a link to a great apologetics resource on the web called Classic Works of Apologetics here. I will link to this site often in the future.
Some great books found through the links on this site:
Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis, the classic book on the moral argument for God’s existence
Biblical Inerrancy by John H. Gerstner, a straightforward case (could Gerstner give anything else but a straightforward case) for a Bible without error
"Greenleaf’s Harmony of the Gospel Accounts" based on work by Simeon Greenleaf, a great authority on legal evidences
The Bible and Modern Scholarship by Sir Fredrick Kenyon, a noted work by a famous archeologist
The site also includes topical links to:
Christians against slavery (wish I’d have been able to link to this a long time ago)
Classic Works of Apologetics is well worth a surf. It shows that Christians have had good answers to skeptical questions for a long time.