At the very top of this page is a Google Custom Search bar is provided for searching 10 (the limite allowed) of the below selected evangelical-type apologetics sites which I have found over the years. The search bar will not correct misspelled search words, and sometimes I have had to click Search a second time to get results.
Google (while biased and liberal) also has their own http://apologeticssearch.com search page (usually best to skip past the ads).
Also, at the very bottom is the search bar for the Seek and Find search engine, which searches select Christian sites. I also have a Custom Search bar at the bottom of our home page searching much the same sites.
You may also wanted to prayerfully use Google's own Apologetics search of approx 135 Christian apologetics websites and blogs. You can add this to the list of Google Toolbar (for Firefox or for IE8) search tools (Options>Custom buttons>Add...) I tried to add the script for the bar to this page, but apparently two Google bars will not work at the same time. You can rather easily make your own web pages using OpenOffice. Basic instructions on making your own custom search engine can be seen here.
I have no control myself on accompanying advertisements, and am not paid in return for any use of this page or its results or ads. (God in His mercy and grace has always provided in time as we seek to obey Mt. 6:33) But i thought it was a neat tool and wanted to share it.
Please note that although I do appreciate being able to find these overall worthy sites, yet as with people, referencing links to other sites does not necessarily mean I agree with everything a site (or their hosting company) contains, which can be substantial. I am not equally familiar with all sites, and some i have simply found good content in one area, however, it appears they all hold to the basic Biblical gospel of grace, by which God-given faith in which, and not by any merit of works, believers enter into a relationship with the Lord Jesus, and realize the essential unity of the Spirit. (Eph. 1:13; 4:3) We all need to prayerfully search the Bible with a heart to know and obey what God teaches, according to Scripturally manifested sound exegesis, with a heart to obey Him. May I seek to fully and always have such.
For those sites which I am more familiar with, and or if the URL does not provide a basic description, sometime a note may accompany a listing, and or along with a footnote if a particular view is substantially evident. Pray and press.
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http://aomin.org/ c (good debates versus cults)
http://askdrbrown.org/ (countering Jewish apologetics)
http://beggarsallreformation.blogspot.com/ (very good in responding to Roman Catholic apologetics)
http://www.bible.ca/ Much material, but promotes its church as superior, and holds that baptism is necessary for justification (close, the type of faith that confesses Christ is one that justifies) and is indiscriminately anti-Pentecostal)
http://www.christian-thinktank.com/ (comprehensive broad-based apologetics)
http://www.christiantruth.com/ (good counter-Catholic responses)
http://www.conservapedia.com/ (some good conservative articles)
http://www.the-highway.com/rcarchive.html (some good material in responding to Roman Catholic apologetic)
http://ntrminblog.blogspot.com/ (good in responding to Roman Catholic apologetics)
http://reformation500.wordpress.com/ c (good in responding to Roman Catholic apologetics)
http://rhoblogy.blogspot.com/ (debates atheism, errors of R. Catholicism)
http://www.tektonics.org/(comprehensive broad-based apologetics)
Calvinistic, strong defenders of historical Protestant faith, but which tends to see most of Revelation as having been fulfilled. Also cessationist , denying Pentecostal“ sign gifts” as operative today)