Category Archives: Apologetics

Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus

The resurrection account according to Matthew’s Gospel contains an interesting interlude between appearances of the risen Christ.  Matthew 28:11-15 reads: While they were going, behold, some of the guard went into the city and told the chief priests all that had … Continue reading

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The Defense of the Faith, Part 4

Once you have demonstrated how a non-Christian worldview either collapses on itself or fails to account for life in the real world as we know it (or both), you can then present the Christian faith as the worldview that makes … Continue reading

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The Defense of the Faith, Part 3

I have argued for a method in apologetics that shows an unbeliever the shortcomings in his own worldview before inviting him to look at the world from a Christian perspective to see how it best interprets reality.  How does that … Continue reading

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The Defense of the Faith, Part 2

If every Christian is called to be ready to give an answer for the hope that is within him, how shall we be prepared to do that?  How shall we defend the Christian faith? The answer to that has many … Continue reading

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The Defense of the Faith

In this series of posts I will address the questions of whether and how Christians should defend the Christian faith in the public square of ideas.  This field of study has traditionally been known as “apologetics,” from the Greek word … Continue reading

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