Good Apologetics Books

My brother will be going to college in the fall, and his school is strongly Calvinist. I'm not worried about him at all, but I'd like to give him a good reference book so he can defend himself if he needs to. I'm thinking about Answer Me This, but if anyone knows of a book that relates more directly to Calvinist questions/accusations (as opposed to Fundamentalist), I'd love to hear about it.

Nuts and Bolts by Karl Keating
Bible Proofs for Catholic Truths and The Catholic Verses by Dave Armstrong
A Catholic in King James' Court (don't know the author, but it's a novel).
Surprised by Truth by Patrick Madrid

Or how about Disorientation: How to Go to College without Losing Your Mind. :)

Scott Hahn's books, particularly Reasons to Believe and The Lamb's Supper

Crossing the Tiber and Upon This Rock by Steve Ray

Handbook of Catholic Apologetics by Peter Kreeft

Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI

Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton

Thanks, everyone. I will be sure to check out your suggestions!

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Nuts and Bolts by Karl Keating
Bible Proofs for Catholic Truths and The Catholic Verses by Dave Armstrong
A Catholic in King James' Court (don't know the author, but it's a novel).
Surprised by Truth by Patrick Madrid

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Are you sure Karl Keating wrote "Nuts and Bolts"? I found a book with that title written by Tim Staples:

amazon.com/Nuts-Bolts-Practical-How--Explaining/dp/0964261022/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1310575361&sr=1-1

"College Apologetics: Proof of the Truth of the Catholic Faith" by Father Anthony F. Alexander is a classic and would be right up his alley. You can find used copies at a very reasonable price on Amazon.

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