The list author says: "The following is a list of books that I have compiled, which are very useful in establishing the Christian worldview and defending it. The list includes mostly intermediate works, with some beginner and advanced works."
"A very comprehensive, philosophical and detailed book. I'd place this in the advanced section even though the authors consider it a "intermediate" work. If you aren't familiar with philosophy, this will be more difficult than intermediate level."
"This is a second well articulated and organized text that is advanced if one is not familiar with philosophical jargon. A very good work that details arguments for the existence of God. The sections on the Ontological Argument, Design Argument and Resurrection are especially well developed."
"An intermediate work, this text contains work by both secular atheists and Christian Philosophers who dialogue on epistemology, natural theology, coherence of theism, and Christian doctrine. This work would supplement Blackwell & Philosophical Foundations."
"An intermediate work. In this text, Moreland argues that there are five features of the image of God that Naturalism cannot account for and establishes that they are best explained by Christian Theism. One of my favorite books."
"An Intermediate/Beginner text. This work is well written and details several arguments for the existence of God. In addition, at the beginning of the work, Craig makes an important distinction between knowing your faith to be true, and showing your faith to be true following Alvin Plantiga's Reformed Epistemology. If you are just starting apologetics, I'd read this work first."
"This is an Intermediate/Beginner book that also details arguments for the existence of God along with thoughts on the relationship between science/theology, objective/relative ethics, projection arguments, etc. Much like Craig's "Reasonable Faith" with several different ways of arguing the same arguments."