Apologetics is becoming one of the most popular fields of study for Christians, and Twitter is one of the most popular social networks – second only to Facebook.
There are literally thousands of users regularly sharing apologetics content in 140 characters or less. So how can you find good resources without getting overloaded?
We narrowed down 11 of the best apologetics Twitter accounts accounts for aspiring apologists to follow.
In no particular order, here are some folks consistently sharing exceptional resources for defending the faith:
If we don’t demonstrate grace as we present the truth of Jesus Christ, we make the message we are carrying undesirable and nondistinctive.
— Ravi Zacharias (@RaviZacharias) May 20, 2015
Ravi Zacharias is perhaps the best known apologist today. His ministry, RZIM, puts out excellent resources such as the podcast Let My People Think and A Slice of Infinity. Zacharias is a well respected and exceptionally articulate Christian apologist.
Quick Thought – Knowledge Is Not the Enemy of Faith http://t.co/quQp53aGnq
— Stand to Reason (@STRtweets) May 29, 2015
Original New Testament Manuscripts Could Have Been Copied for Centuries http://t.co/LetBfmEIWt
— Apologetics 315 (@Apologetics315) May 30, 2015
Apologetics 315 is a great website that shares a tone of resources for defending your faith. Their Twitter feed regularly shares articles, debates, podcasts, book reviews, and more.
“AWAY WITH ATHEISTS!”: A Look At Justin Martyr and the Start of Apologetics http://t.co/GizJ5S5Xfa
— J. Warner Wallace (@jwarnerwallace) June 9, 2015
30 Common New Testament Challenges By Sceptics Answered http://t.co/Hh95MeG8pK
— The Poached Egg (@ThePoachedEgg) June 7, 2015
Greg West heads up the website The Poached Egg. In addition to their own resources, The Poached Egg curates some of the best apologetics articles from around the web. They’ve even featured an article of ours there.
The key to your ultimate success as an apologist is not in how well you answer questions but how deeply you are connected to your Savior.
— Carson Weitnauer (@ReasonsForGod) June 6, 2015
Carson is the President of the Apologetics Alliance, is the US Director for Ravi Zacharias’ ministry, and runs the website Reasons for God. He shares great apologetics content from other Twitter users as well as articles, videos, and audio from around the web.
— Prof John Lennox (@ProfJohnLennox) May 8, 2015
John Lennox is a mathematician at the University of Oxford as well as a lecturer at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He regularly debates atheists such as Richard Dawkins regarding the reality of God and is a strong defender of Christianity.
Do you know what that Christian sign of the fish really means? http://t.co/gnlseSaLAQ
— Biola Apologetics (@biolapologetics) May 27, 2015
This is the Twitter account of the Christian Apologetics Program at Biola University. They regularly share exceptional resources for learning more about the field of apologetics and practical resources for sharing and defending the faith.
The Reasonable, Evidential Nature of Christian Faith http://t.co/a37qxqoXZG
— Ratio Christi (@RatioChristi) June 8, 2015
Ratio Christi, which organizes apologetics clubs at secular universities, has several different active Twitter accounts. While there are campus-specific feeds, this is the main account for this ministry.
— Frank Turek (@Frank_Turek) June 3, 2015
Author of I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, Frank Turek runs CrossExamined.org and an apologetics ministry of the same name. Turek is a respected name in the apologetics arena and his Twitter account is great for aspiring apologists to follow.
— GotQuestions.org (@gotquestions) June 3, 2015
While GotQuestions.org is not exclusively an apologetics website, the clear and concise information their share regarding Bible difficulties and questions are extremely valuable for strengthening your ability to defend the Word.