AP Materials in Other Languages

From Issue: R&R – July 2017

For nearly four decades, Apologetics Press has sought to provide resources and services to the public that are scientifically and biblically accurate. As a nonprofit organization, we do not seek to enrich ourselves. All of our materials are priced far below market value, and we donate a large number of materials every year to worthy causes. Our sole purpose is to spread the Christian beliefs that we are convinced represent spiritual reality by conveying those truths to as many people throughout the world as possible. Paul asked Christians in Rome: “how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they are sent?” (10:14-15). We at AP take this charge very seriously and are strenuously striving to get the word out to those who are willing to listen. Hence, we publish a wide variety of materials in the form of books, tracts, CDs, DVDs, articles, magazines, and more.

Since the population of the world speaks between 6,000 and 7,000 languages, one of the ways we are trying to reach people is via the “Other Languages” section of our Web site. A work in progress, we are continually adding new offerings in six languages in hopes of accommodating those who speak them. For materials that we have translated into other languages, we have created six links that take visitors to the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, Romanian, Spanish, Russian, and Swahili. The Spanish section is in addition to our completely separate Spanish Web site which may be visited at:

Since we depend heavily on those who believe in our work, we are deeply grateful for all those who make it possible for our full-time staff to do the work we do. Our united efforts are deliberately calculated to enable us to “press toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 3:14).


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