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, June 1, 2017

The Real Issue Podcast: What Kind of Faith Do You Have?

What kind of faith do you have? How would you answer the question, what is Faith?  Is faith delusional?  

Do you have an accidental faith that is based on just the fact of what you believe?  Or is your faith the kind of faith that can produce evidences for why you trust in Christ and why you believe that the Christian faith is true?  Join us on this episode of The Real Issue podcast to explore the definition of faith and why faith is not a blind form of faith.


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