Carl (a former atheist) wrote in one of my posts about Ray Comfort, that he, "wonder(s) if atheists have ever truly looked at Christian Apologetics objectively."
I found this comment interesting because I do have several bookshelf feet of Christian apologetics.
Carl did mention a couple of apologists that I didn't know about. And because of that, I've just ordered a copy of "The Devil's Delusion: Atheism and its Scientific Pretensions" by Discovery Institute Senior Fellow David Berlinski. I chose this book due to the review by Rebecca Hamilton on the blog "Public Catholic".
I've also added Ravi Zacharias, and St. Ignatius of Antioch to my apologetics wishlist on Amazon. William Lane Craig is already in my list, and I own copies of "Hard Questions, Real Answers" and "Reasonable Faith" by Craig.
I purchase anywhere from 10-20 physical books a month, and more digitally. I prefer purchasing physical copies of apologetics because I like to write my thoughts in the margins. (You should see my copy of "Mere Christianity"!)
But if it comes down to it, if I have the choice between purchasing a book for work, or for personal growth, or for entertainment, or for religion - religion takes a back seat to the rest. My primary wish list has over 900 books on it!
So here is where you might be willing to help me out. First, suggest a book that will make me abandon atheism for your religion. I don't care if you are Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, or a Bön shamanist from Tibet. If you know a great apologetics book for your relgion, suggest it to me and I'll add it to my apologetics wishlist on Amazon.
Next, if you wish (no pressure here!) you might see it clear to actually browse my apologetics wishlist and actually PURCHASE one of these books for me as a gift. You could purchase it for me used if it is available. I don't mind.
In fact, many of my books are used, either from Amazon, or from me combing through the local used bookstores, Goodwill, AmVets, or Salvation Army. The demographics of this area include lots of older religious conservatives, and when they die their books are frequently donated. (I find lots and LOTS of books from Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, James Dobson, and Tom Clancy. That gives you a broad idea of what the local conservative mindset is like.)
So, let me know what book you want to see on my Amazon wishlist. Or take a look at it yourself, and send me a copy. But only if you really feel like it.