Christian Apologetics

Defending the Christian Faith

Christian apologetics is the study and discussion of a systematic defense of Christianity, offering supportive arguments related to Christian doctrine and morals. The name was derived from the Greek word apolgia, meaning 'defense of'. Some of the first apologist include the Apostle Paul, followed by Augustine of Hippo, Thomas Aquinas and in modern Christianity, C.S. Lewis. The purpose of apologetics is to make sure Christians understand their faith, to strengthen the belief of Christians and to offer non-Christians with answers to questions for the sake of conversion. This collection of articles helps remind Christians about their faith and provides both spiritual and scientific evidence of God's truth.

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