How do we articulate the truth of the Christian faith clearly in the face of skepticism? What should Christians say when their faith is challenged?
Apologetics answers in two ways. Negatively, logic and reason are used to tear down arguments, rebut presuppositions and remove obstacles in front of the cross. In the end, however, a Lutheran will always find a way to steer the conversation back to the only legitimate offense: Christ Crucified (1 Corinthians 1:22).
Thursday, June 21, 2012
The Only Legitimate Offense
Quoting Pastor Sam Schuldheisz, from his post titled “Steadfast Defense — An Apologetic for Lutheran Apologetics” on the Brothers of John the Steadfast:
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