The Apologetics Study Bible is a unique resource designed to help people answer important and life-shaping questions. It provides this wealth of knowledge in one place enabling readers to know the reasons and evidences for the Christian hope and to articulate those reasons to others asking big questions.
Human beings are the only creatures who ask questions. Major questions.
Crafted by real people like you who have wrestled with the same questions and doubts you are facing now, the material in The Apologetics Study Bible features some of the leading thinkers of the twenty-first century, including Craig Blomberg, Darrel Bock, Charles Colson, Paul Copan, William Lane Craig, William Dembski, John Frame, Norman L. Geisler, Gary Habermas, Hank Hanegraaff, Philip E. Johnson, Walt Kaiser, Al Mohler, John Warwick Montgomery, J. P. Moreland, Thomas Schreiner, Ravi Zacharias, and many more.
Please note: The Apologetics Study Bible Notes does not contain the Bible text, but includes the study notes, articles, and all of the other great features found in the equivalent print version. For the Holman Christian Standard Bible text and study notes, purchase the Apologetics Study Bible.
“The greatest weakness of the theory of evolution is that science has not discovered a process that can create all the necessary information, which can be likened to the software that directs a computer. Without such a demonstrated creative process, evolution is merely a story, because its supposed mechanism can neither be duplicated in a laboratory nor observed in nature.” (Pages 7–8)
“It is noteworthy that in no other religious writings in the world do we find any specific predictive prophecies like we find in the Scripture. You will find no predictive prophecies whatsoever in the writings of Buddha, Confucius, Mohammed, Lao-Tse, or Hinduism. Yet in the Scripture there are well over two thousand prophecies, most of which have already been fulfilled.” (Page xxix)
“The only mechanism the evolutionists have is a combination of random variation and natural selection, illustrated by the survival of the insects that happened to be resistant to an insecticide. This Darwinian mechanism has never been shown to be capable of creating new genetic information or new complex body parts such as wings, eyes, or brains. Without a mechanism that can be demonstrated to be capable of the necessary creation, the theory of evolution is just a fantasy with no real scientific basis.” (Page 8)
“By inerrancy, we mean that when all the facts are known, the Bible—in its original manuscripts and properly interpreted—will be shown to be true and never false in all that it affirms, whether related to doctrine, ethics, or the social, physical, or life sciences.” (Page 1412)
Ted Cabal (B. A., M. A. Dallas Baptist University; M. Div., Ph. D. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of Christian Philosophy and Applied Apologetics at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. Once an ardent atheist, Dr. Cabal was converted while reading the New Testament Gospels.
Chad Owen Brand (B. A. Rockmont College, M. Div., Ph. D. Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Professor of Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Brand is gifted as a scholar, apologist, pastor, and student of contemporary culture and religion. He is co-editor and author of the Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary, and author of One Sacred Effort, available in the Broadman & Holman Baptist History Collection (11 Vols.).
E. Ray Clendenen (B. A. Rice University, Th. M. Dallas Theological Seminary, Ph. D. the University of Texas at Arlington) is Director of Academic Publishing, B & H Publishing Group, Nashville, Tennessee. He has been the architect of The Apologetics Study Bible within B & H Publishing Group.
Paul Copan (B. A. Columbia International University; M. A., M. Div. Trinity International University; Ph. D. Marquette University) holds the Pledger Family Chair of Philosophy and Ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University, West Palm Beach, Florida. He is the author of True for You, But Not for Me, That’s Just Your Interpretation, and How Do You Know You’re Not Wrong?, as well as co-author of Creation Out of Nothing: A Biblical, Philosophical, and Scientific Exploration and Jesus’ Resurrection: Fact or Figment?
J. P. Moreland (B. S. University of Missouri; M. A. University of California, Riverside; Th. M. Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph. D. University of Southern California) is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Talbot School of Theology, La Mirada, California. He has authored or co-authored numerous books and articles. Dr. Moreland served with Campus Crusade for ten years, planted two churches, and has spoken on over 200 college campuses.