The list author says: "A list requested by a member of my church. She requested some books on apologetics that would be a good study for her and her family. As 1 Peter 3:15 says, we must always be prepared to give an answer for the hope that we have. These books will help toward that end."
"Little's two books (this one and the next) were maybe my introduction to apologetics. They are simple, straightforward and very useful texts. If you are just dipping your toes into the apologetic waters, these 2 books are a great starting point."
"Strobel's books (this and the others in the series) are very well known. If you are just starting, go with Little's books. If you are ready to go a little deeper, Strobel's book is becoming the new standard."
"Now we're entering into a little more advanced territory. This book is really good at looking at different approaches to apologetics. It's 5 different guys debating methodology from evidential apologetics to presuppositionalism. Very interesting. Personally, this is one of my favorites."
"Frame is amongst my favorite authors (he was one of my seminary professors - and a contributor to the 5 Views book). This is written like a book for seminary students though, so be ready for the challenge."
"This book is one of the most well known apologetics books of all time. This is a workout (carrying it, not to mention trying to digest all the content it contains). It's really more of a good resource than a book that you would read cover to cover."