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  1. Is Christ Really the Central Focus of Your Apologetic? (originally posted on 5/22/2015)
    05 Feb, 2016
    Is Christ Really the Central Focus of Your Apologetic? (originally posted on 5/22/2015)
    ​(originally posted on 5/22/2015) Several years ago I had the phrase "1 Cor. 2:2" tatooed on my right upper arm. Why, because I realized that as I was growing in my knowledge of the Scriptures in Bible college I was becoming pretty arrogant, wanting to simply beat people down with my knowledge as if it were some kind of game that just had to be won at any cost. So what exactly does 1 Corinthians 2:2 say that helps keep me grounded? "For I have desired to know nothing among you except Jesus
  2. The Danger of Arguing "Around" Theology and the Gospel (originally posted on 5/23/2015)
    05 Feb, 2016
    The Danger of Arguing "Around" Theology and the Gospel (originally posted on 5/23/2015)
    ​(originally posted on 5/23/2015) I know a lot of apologists, some very prominent and others just getting started in the industry. One of the things that I have noticed is that some of them tend to argue and converse with non-believers in a way that seems to avoid talking about their personal, spiritual beliefs relative to their Christianity in order to make the other person more comfortable and willing to accept their arguments. This, however, is a huge problem. Why? Because this leaves out
  3. Arguing: The Primary Goal of the Apologist? (originally posted on 6/4/2015)
    05 Feb, 2016
    Arguing: The Primary Goal of the Apologist? (originally posted on 6/4/2015)
    ​(originally posted on 6/4/2015) Many apologists today say things like, "I love to argue," or "I love to debate!" Now before I go on I must admit that I too love a good intense conversation. However, the thing I like about these types of conversations is the fact that, at least in theory, the people in the discussion grow closer to the knowledge of the truth by the end of the discussion. I fear that this is not the case though for many apologists. For some, they seem to simply thrive off of the

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