Philosopher and Christian Apologist, Dr. Norman Geisler, has written over 60 books dealing with Christian apologetics, has taken part in numerous debates, and has lectured and traveled in 50 states and 25 countries on six continents.
William Tyndale College, 1950-55 (diploma); University of Detroit, 1956-57; Wheaton College, 1958 (B.A. in philosophy); Wheaton Graduate School, 1960 (M.A. in theology); William Tyndale College, 1964 (Th.B.); Wayne State University Graduate School, 1964 (work in philosophy); University of Detroit Graduate School, 1965-66 (work on M.A. in philosophy); Northwestern University, Evanston, 1968 (work in philosophy); Loyola University, Chicago, 1967-70 (Ph.D. in philosophy). 
I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, co-authored with Dr. Frank Turek
Introduction to Philosophy: A Christian Perspective, co-authored with Paul Feinberg
From God to Us: How We got our Bible, co-authored with William Nix
Why I am a Christian: Leading Thinkers Explain why the Believe, co-edited with Paul K. Hoffman
For an exhaustive look at Dr. Geisler's education credentials, honors, professional experience, debates, and publications, see here.
Questions about the Bible- excerpt from When Skeptic's Ask
Alleged Errors in Luke
The Bible: Has it been translated correctly?, with John Ankerberg
Bible Criticism, taken from the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
Was Adam a Real, Historical Person?, taken from the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
Questions about God/Jesus Christ
Questions about God-Some Objections
Questions about God- What Kind of God Exists?
Questions about Jesus Christ
The Death of Christ, taken from the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
The Quest for the Historical Jesus, taken from the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the Dead
Resurrection Claims in Non-Christian Religions
Hell, taken from the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics
The Current Debate on Creation and Evolution
Was there Death before Adam?, with John Ankerberg
Who Will be Saved, According to the Word of God?
To learn more about Dr. Geisler and to check out more of his work, see here.
Ravi Zacharias has called Geisler "one of the finest theological and philosophical minds of our time." His work is well worth getting acquainted with.
Courage and Godspeed,
Chad A. Gross
1) About Norman Geisler, www.normgeisler.com