The Apologetics of Jesus-being equipped to model the greatest Apologist who ever lived!

The book, The Apologetics of Jesus–A Caring Approach to Dealing with Doubters, by Norman Geisler and Patrick Zukeran, is a milestone in the discipline of Christian apologetics. As Josh McDowell states in his cover comment, “it is one of the most important books on apologet
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Apologetics and Evangelism–oil & water, or peaches & cream?

Those of us who are working within the branch of Christian theology known as “apologetics,” often have a rugged hill to climb in clarifying the purpose and goal of apologetics in evangelism to those within the Church, and thereby, convincing the ‘skeptics’ within the Church of its val
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5 really bad reasons Christians avoid apologetics

“You can’t argue people into the Kingdom” Congratulations. You passed the first hurdle. Having seen the word ‘apologetics’ in the title, you still managed to read this far! To put it mildly, apologetics has a bad image. Indeed, such a bad image that at So
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Joe Boot: Apologetics & the Church-video

In this short video, Dr Joe Boot discusses the need for Christians to be active in the “defence and confirmation of the gospel” – apologetics – as set out in 1 Peter 3:15. “Defending the faith”, Joe tells us, as Paul did on the Areopagus, is necessa
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Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion

I am in the process of studying the new book by Os Guinness, Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion, and have found it to be a vital addition to my apologetic library. I highly recommend this book to all those who are interested in becoming a more effective witn
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A plug for the Stand To Reason apologetic site

I wanted to recommend to all my fellow apologists, as well as those who are aspiring to be an apologist, the Stand to Reason Christian apologetics site. This site is rich in resources, not the least of which is Greg Koukl’s milestone apologetics book, Tactics. I recommend this b
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The Vital Element to Becoming a Christian Case-maker

It has been said that, “everything begins with good listening,” and this conversational principle is essential if we are to bring the message of Christ to people in a way that is palatable, making it as attractive as possible so as to bring them to a serious consideration of choosing
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The Intellectual ‘ostrich’—Pt. 1 ‘apologetics isn’t for me’ Really? It’s time to open your Bible

Before entering into the subject at hand, it seems that we must first identify the intellectual ‘ostrich.’ In applying the metaphor to ourselves, that being the present day Christian, it would most likely be a person who loves the Lord with all their heart, strength and soul, but some
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