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The most popular resource is the Ultimate Apologetics MP3 Audio Page, where you can find hundreds of hours of apologetics audio for downloading.
For those looking to find great apologetics resources, check out the post 100 Christian Apologists and the Christian Apologetics Blog Directory. Looking for good apologetics books to read? Check out the Recommended Apologetics Book Directory.
To get plugged in to some good podcasts, check out 16 Best Apologetics Podcasts, or subscribe to the Apologetics 315 Audio Junkie Feed. And check out other featured podcasts.
To learn some basic logic, you can check out the Basic Logic Primer, which will take you through 5 logic lessons. Then subscribe to the Logical Fallacies podcast, and the Logical Fallacies 2 podcast.
To learn a bit of terminology frequently used in philosophy and apologetics, check out Terminology Tuesday. Spark your thinking by reading apologetics quotes.
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