Most of our so-called reasoning consists in finding arguments for going on believing as we already do.
James Harvey Robinson, The Mind in the Making
Apologetics - from the Greek Apologia meaning to defend.
Secularists and mainline Christians rarely encounter apologetics. Apologetics however are the bread and butter of fundamentalist theology. The term retrieves more than 6,000,000 sites on Google. One is sure to encounter apologetics when discussing science with fundamentalists
Science begins with hypotheses; apologetics begins with conclusions. Science performs experiments which can disconfirm hypotheses; apologetics employs rhetoric (conclusions can never be disconfirmed). Science discovers how the world works; Christian apologetics assures that the world conforms to the Bible (or to church doctrine). Apologetics is not a productive approach to discovering how the world works; science is not a productive method for making the world conform to the Bible.
What is apologetics, propositional logic - a major apologetic tool
Introduction to apologetics, more, Apologetics at wikipedia
Outline of apologetics, Apologetics resources
100 Christian apologists, ICR's School of Biblical Apologetics
Christian critique of apologetics
Evidential apologetics - Apologetics websites
Science apologetics - Miscellaneous creation apologists
Creationist apologetics, Why science is relatively useless
Major science apologetics site
Science apologetics from Leadership University
Science apologetics form Christian Answers
Science apologetics at North American Mission Board
Science apologetics resources at Reasons to Believe
Why Christians are intolerant
Creation apologetics - continuously updated
If you're immune to "evidential apologetics" it's because your presuppositions are wrong. It's the job of presuppositional apologetics to correct your presuppositions.
Presuppositional apologetics - scientists presuppose experiment and science are more reliable than dogma and pseudoscience
"Presuppositionalism is sort of the creation science of epistemology"
Critique of presuppositional apologetics