I wanted to let you all know about a new apologetics web site that I have built. The name of the site is “Catholic Apologetics Guidebook,” and you can find it here:
There are lots of great apologetics resources on the internet already, so I didn’t want to re-invent the wheel by writing a lot of my own original material. Instead, I have created an index or guide to the best apologetics resources on a variety of different topics. So I’m hoping that people will find this site to be a useful reference or starting point when they are searching for a good article, mp3 file, or book on a particular topic in Catholic apologetics. I already find that when I am in discussions with non-Catholics, I refer to to this site to find resources on the topic being discussed.
The site also has a limited amount of original content, most of which you can find on the “Dialogues and Writings” page.
I would appreciate any feedback about the site, whether it’s praise or constructive criticism. Also, as a technical note, I have not yet been able to test the site on a Macintosh to see if it displays properly in Safari (or whatever other browsers are popular on Macs these days – sorry, I’m not much of a Mac expert). So if you use a Mac and would like to take a look at the site, I’d appreciate you letting me know if the pages seem to display properly or not.
Thanks, and I hope that at least someone here may benefit from the site.