Books by Douglas Groothuis
- Philosophy in Seven Sentences (InterVarsity Press, forthcoming).
- Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith (InterVarsity Press, 2011). Given the “Award of Merit” by Christianity today for apologetics books published in 2011.
- In Defense of Natural Theology: A Post-Humean Account, James F. Sennett and Douglas R. Groothuis, eds. (2005). Includes an essay by Douglas Groothuis, “The Metaphysical Implications of Cosmological Arguments.”
- On Jesus (Wadsworth Philosophers Series, 2002).
- On Pascal (Wadsworth Philosophers Series, 2002).
- Truth Decay: Defending Christianity Against the Challenges of Postmodernism (2000). This received the “Award of Merit” from Christianity Today for apologetics books published in 2000.
- The Soul in Cyberspace (1997). This was the first critique of the Internet to be written by an Evangelical Christian. It was reprinted by Wipf and Stock).
- Jesus in an Age of Controversy (Harvest House, 1996). This is an updated and revised version of Revealing the New Age Jesus.
- Deceived by the Light (Harvest House, 1994).
- Christianity That Counts: Being a Christian in a Non-Christian World (1994). A collection of essays by Douglas Groothuis and Rebecca Merrill Groothuis.
- Revealing the New Age Jesus (InterVarsity Press, 1990).
- Confronting the New Age (InterVarsity Press, 1988).
- Unmasking the New Age (InterVarsity Press, 1986).
Articles by Douglas Groothuis
For a list of unpublished articles, see Dr. Groothuis’s Academia.edu page here.
First Things: Doing Christian Philosophy
All About Jazz: A Sublime Question: What Does Jazz Want?
Journal of Christian Legal Thought: Virtue, Vice, and Religious Liberty