Classic Works of Apologetics Online


Gaebelein, Arno Clemens
(1861-1945)

Bible scholar.

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Gage, Thomas
(1721-1787)

British governor and general. Read more about Gage here.

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Gambier, James
(1756-1833)

English admiral. Read more about Gambier here.

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Garfield, President James A.
(1831-1881)

Read about Garfield here , here and here .

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Gastrell, Francis
(1662-1725)

Bishop of Chester and writer on theology.

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Gaussen, Louis
(1790-1863)

Swiss divine. Read more about Gaussen here and here

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Geikie, John Cunningham
(1824-1906)

Scottish clergyman. Read more about Geikie here.

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Geisler, Norman
(1932- )

Apologist. Learn more about Geisler here.

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Gerard, Alexander
(1728-1795)

Philosopher.

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Gerard, Gilbert
(1760-1815)

Scottish divine.

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Gerstner, John H.
(1914-1996)

Apologist.

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Gest, John Marshall
(1859-1934)

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Gib, Adam
(1714-1788)

Scottish religious leader. Read more about Gib here.

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Gibbons, Thomas
(1720-1785)

Minister. Songwriter. Read about Gibbons here and here.

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Gifford, E. H. (Edwin Hamilton)
(1820-1905)

Biblical scholar.

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Gildon, Charles
(1665-1724)

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Gill, Alexander
(1597-1642)

Headmaster and poet.

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Gill, John
(1697-1771)

Bible expositor. Read more about Gill here.

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Gillespie, George
(1613-1648)

Scottish divine. Read about Gillespie here and here.

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Gillespie, George
(1683-1760)

Presbyterian minister.

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Gillespie, Patrick
(1617-1675)

Principal, University of Glasgow, Scotland. Read about Gillespiehere.

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Gish, Duane T.
(1921- )

Biochemist.

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Gladstone, W. E. (William Ewart)
(1809-1898)

Four-time British Prime Minister. Read about Gladstone here.

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Gleig, George
(1753-1840)

Scottish divine. Read about Gleig here.

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Goldingay, John

Biblical scholar.

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Godwin, Morgan/Godwyn, Morgan
(fl. 1865)

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Goodman, Christopher
(1520?-1603)

Church of England clergyman and radical protestant thinker.

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Goodrich, Charles A. (Charles Augustus)
(1793-1860)

Read more about Goodrich here and here.

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Goodspeed, Edgar
(1871-1962)

Learn more about Goodspeed here.

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Goodwin, John
(c. 1594-1665)

English divine. Read more about Goodwin here.

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Goodwin, Thomas
(1600-1680)

English divine. Read more about Goodwin here.

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Gordon, William
(1728-1807)

Independent minister. Read about Gordon in The Dictionary of National Biography by Stephen Leslie.

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Gosse, Philip Henry
(1810-1888)

Read about Gosse here and here.

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Grant, Brewin
(1821-1892)

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Graves, Richard
(1715-1804)

Writer and translator.

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Gray, Edward
(1764-1810)

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Gray, James M. (Martin)
(1851-1935)

Bible professor. Read more about Gray here.

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Gray, Robert
(1809-1872)

Bishop. Learn more about Gray here.

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Gray, William Henry
(1810-1889)

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Greear, Dave

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Green, Edward Michael Bankes / Green, Michael
(1930- )

British theologian, Anglican priest, Christian apologist and author of more than fifty Christian books. Read about Green here.

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Green, William Henry
(1825-1900)

American Hebrew scholar. Read about Green here.

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Greene, M. Louise
(Fl. 19th-20th Century)

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Greenleaf, Simon
(1783-1853)

Royall Professor of Law, Harvard University, 1834. Doctor of Laws degree by Harvard in 1834, Doctor of Laws by Amherst in 1845, and again from the University of Alabama in 1852. H. W. Howard Knott, Dictionary of American Biography: "While engaged in tutorial work he prepared what was originally intended as a text-book on evidence, published in 1842 as A Treatise on the Law of Evidence. The profession at once hailed it as the ablest extant work on the subject, distinguished alike for its deep learning, clarity of style, and practical utility. He added a second volume in 1846, and a third in 1853. In its completed form it came to be regarded as the foremost American authority, and passed through numerous editions under successive editors." Learn more about Greenleaf here.
The Law Magazine: or Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence. London: W. Benning and Co., Law Booksellers, 1845. Events of the Quarter, p. 350. "It is no mean honor to America that her schools of jurisprudence have produced two of the first writers and best esteemed legal authorities of this century--the great and good man, Judge Story, and his worthy and eminent associate, Professor Greenleaf. Upon the existing Law of Evidence more light has shone from the New World than from all the lawyers who adorn the courts of Europe."
Disclaimer: Greenleaf is known to have been associated with Freemasonry and was author of A Brief Inquiry into the Origin and Principles of Free Masonry (1820).

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The Simon Greenleaf Law Review
(1981-1988)

A publication of the Simon Greenleaf School of Law. Orange, California. Vol. 1 (academic year 1981-82)- v. 7 (academic year 1987-88).; 7 volumes; 21 cm. Succeeding Title: Simon Greenleaf review of law and religion, Anaheim, Calif.: Simon Greenleaf University, Vol. 8 (academic year 1988-1989); 1 volume ; 21 cm.

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Gregory, George
(1754-1808)

Church of England clergyman and writer.

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Gregory, Olinthus Gilbert
(1774-1841)

Mathematician. Read more about Gregory here.

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Griffith, Carol
(1941- )

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Grimké, Francis J. (James)
(1850-1937)

Pastor of the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church.

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Grimké, Thomas Smith
(1786-1834)

South Carolina judge and pacifist.

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Gromacki, Gary Robert
(1958- )

Modern Biblical scholar.

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Groothuis, Douglas
(1957- )

Professor of Philosophy at Denver Seminary. Read about Groothuis here and here.

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Grotius, Hugo
(1583-1645)

Jurist. Read more about Grotius here and here.

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Gudel, Joseph P.
(1952- )

Modern apologist.

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Gurney, Joseph John
(1788-1847)

Theologian, reformer. Read more about Gurney here, here and here.

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Guthrie, William
(1620-1665)

Puritan author. Read more about Guthrie here.

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