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Unearthing the Flood: Evaluating Geological Flood Theory and Its Use in Christian Lives
Due to the work of creation science organizations such as the Answers in Genesis apologetics ministry, the possible geologic effects of the Genesis Flood have once again become a popular topic in both scientific and Christian ...
An Apologetic of the Cross as a Lutheran Approach to 21st Century Apologetics Centered on the Hiddenness of God
This research examines contemporary Christian apologetics to contextualize current apologetic developments and demonstrate where Lutheran theology departs from popular evangelical approaches to apologetics. It then proposes ...
An Examination of Jesus Christ's Resurrection as a Historically Verifiable Event
History is arguably the most important area of study. It not only contains every other field of inquiry, but it defines and demonstrates what and who people are. In A.D. 30, historians find a single event which alone is ...
Can Meaning Exist Without God? A Close Reading of Qohelet in Light of the Secular Social Imaginary
This study explores the timeliness of the book of Qohelet (Ecclesiastes) in Christian Apologetics. It follows a methodology of close reading in Qohelet conducted within the conceptual frame of Charles Taylor’s Secular ...
The Role of Apologetics in Witnessing to Mormons
Over the last two years, Apologia Church, led by reformed pastor and apologist Jeff Durbin, has posted a number of videos on YouTube of Durbin witnessing to Latter-Day Saints on the streets of Tempe, AZ. Thousands of people ...
The Impassibly Passionate God: An Apology for an Emotional God; an Apologetic for Suffering and Evil
The Problem of Suffering and Evil causes believer and unbeliever alike to question whether God (if there even is a God) is all-loving. This theodicy prompts a twofold question pertaining to God’s ontology: can we properly ...