Apologetics fields

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Apologetics fields

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Post by Daniel » Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:36 pm

Like many other Christians, I have found myself drawn to the field of apologetics after staring doubt in the face and, in the end, strengthening my faith. I know that there are several common approaches to apologetics. What are your favorites/preferences?

Personally, I like appealing directly to the resurrection and post-resurrection appearances, and I like the minimal facts method as espoused by Gary Habermas.

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Post by rodyshusband » Mon Oct 06, 2008 1:03 pm

Gary Habermas is excellent.

I am most comfortable approaching the moral issue.
I prefer to ask questions and allow the skeptic to reveal a contradictory worldview. The illogic shows through and stimulates thought.
I like the early works of Francis Schaeffer and the teachings of Ravi Zacharias.
“Christianity provides a unified answer for the whole of life.” -- Francis Schaeffer

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