Apologetics

3 Common Methods of Apologetics

“…at its core Christianity is rational. That which is irrational or absurd is not worthy of either belief or personal commitment. It is the fool who embraces irrationality. To embrace the absurd is to be engaged not in faith but in credulity.” ~ RC Sproul (“Defending Your Faith: An Introduction”) In the area of apologetics, there is much debate as …

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Why should we practice apologetics?Apologetics

Why Should We Practice Apologetics?

Apologetics is to give an answer, to explain, to clarify a position. As Christians, we are called to practice apologetics, but why? What is the reason(s) for being able to answer people? Like a little child asks about everything…”but why?” Biblical Command The first and most important reason to practice apologetics is because God has commanded us to do so. …

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What is Apologetics?Apologetics

What is Apologetics?

Practicing Christian apologetics does not mean apologizing for being a Christian or for the doctrines of Christian theology. The term apologetics comes from the Greek word apologia which means “to give an answer or “to make a defense.” “Therefore, Christian apologetics is that branch of Christianity that deals with answering any and all critics who oppose or question the revelation …

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