What is Apologetics?

Apologetics may be simply defined as the defense of the Christian faith. The word “apologetics” derives from the Greek word apologia, which was originally used as a speech of defense or an answer given in reply. In ancient Athens it referred to a defense made in the courtroom as part of the normal judicial procedure. After the accusation, the defendant was allowed to refute the charges with a defense or reply (apologia). The word appears 17 times in noun or verb form in the New Testament, and both the noun (apologia) and verb form (apologeomai) can be translated “defense” or “vindication” in every case.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Series Summary of Posts on the Subject of Baptismal Regeneration

Well this series is complete, and I am sure that much more could have been addressed.  But for those of you who have been following this series on the subject of baptismal regeneration, here is a list of the posts for the series. As is the case with anything that you read on this blog, please feel free to interact with the postings at the bottom of each posting.  I will be more than happy to correspond with you and answer your questions:


What is the Deal About Baptismal Regeneration? Is it Biblical? (Click Here)

Is Mark 16:16 a Strong Support for Biblical Regeneration? NO! (Click Here)

Slipping on the 'eis' Toward a False Teaching of Baptismal Regeneration (Click Here)

Some Perceive Water Baptism Saves According to 1 Peter 3:21. . .Is This True? (Click Here)


Happy thinking and studying as you engage and get down to The Real Issue! 

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