Apologetics Index: a Variety of Perspectives

Research resources from a variety of perspectives

While the publishers of Apologetics Index operate from an orthodox, evangelical Christian point of view, the intent of this site is to provide quality research resources from a variety of perspectives.

Therefore, unlike many other websites that deal with the issues we address, many topics on this site include links to:

  • Christian
  • non-Christian, and/or
  • secular

research resources, presented from:

  • neutral
  • pro, and/or
  • contra


In other words, while we’ll usually give you our informed opinion, we also encourage you to do your own research.

We don’t just throw a lot of links at you. Instead we try to find the best, most helpful resources on each topic.

You’re also welcome to suggest additional research listings.

Apologetic Index: Color Key (Color coded resources)

A simple color-coding system is used to help you identify the general background of sites, articles and other listings.

These color keys are meant as handy visual aids – not full-blown theological commentaries.

For example, they are helpful to quickly find a site that addresses Scientology from a Christian perspective, or one that deals with Wicca from a non-Christian viewpoint.

They are not meant to convey, say, the degree of orthodoxy or heresy of the information linked to.

Christian/Christianity (in a wide sense of the term. We and/or you may not necessarily agree with everything preached or practiced)

Aberrational, Heretical, Heterodox, Suborthodox, or Unorthodox [Note: a very broad ‘range.’ Do your research!]

Profess to be Christian but are outside orthodox Christianity. [See: Cult of Christianity]


Religions other than Christianity (Non-christian)




“Grey Zone, of Offkey in some way(s)

▲ Not yet color-coded.

Quoted Material within this website

Throughout this site we quote material from various resources. Some of it, quoted inline, “looks like this; navy-colored text between quotation marks.”


most quotes look like this, with a blue bar to the left of the quote.
Author and/or source

Note that we often turn specific terms or phrases within quotes into clickable links that lead to additional information.

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Apologetics Index encourages research, so if you have a link to an on-topic research resources – be it an article, books, website or other source of information – please feel free to let us know about it.

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