But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts:
and be ready always to give an answer to every man that
asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with
meekness and fear:
Aapologetics should be used to present the Gospel like Paul did. This article shares principles from his message.
Many people believe the Bible has errors and contradictions. As Christians, we must be able to give a reply to those supposed errors.
There are a lot of ways to study the Bible, but this one is specifically for answering apologetic questions
This is the third lesson in a series of six. It looks at developing the mindset of an apologist and learning how to share with others.
The Bible is the basis of apologetics, but is it really reliable? Even if it is divinely inspired, how do we know errors haven't crept in?
The same God that said "Thou shalt not kill" later told the Jews to completely annihilate 6 nations. How is this not hypocrisy?
Apologetics is not the art of apologizing, but what is it and why should Christians learn it?
The linchpin of our Christian faith is that Jesus was the prophesied Messiah. There are over 300 prophecies about this person, what is the statistical probability of Jesus meeting all of them?
If there is a single error in the Bible, the entire thing must be thrown away! So all critics must do is prove a single error.
There is a war being waged for souls, and Satan has all the tricks! Are you prepared to stand against him?