Systematic argumentative discourse in defense (as of a doctrine).
A branch of theology devoted to the defense of the divine origin and authority of Christianity.
The word ‘Apologetics’ comes from the root word – apologia (ap•o•lo•gia) – which means a defense; especially of one's opinions, position, or actions.
In order to observe a full defense of faith in God – there are some basic but somewhat philosophical questions that we should ask:
- Are there reasons for faith?
- Do scientists have faith?
- Belief in something that is uncertain
- Belief in presuppositions
- Belief in a system of thought, a personal philosophy, or a worldview
Seeing the World Differently
What is a worldview?
- A personal philosophy
- A hypothesis about ultimate reality
- A set of answers to fundamental life questions
I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist, Good News Publishers. Geisler, Norman L.; Turek, Frank (2004).
True U; Does God Exist – Focus On the Family
Irreducible Complexity (IC) and Specified Complexity -