Apologetics

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[[Apologetics]] is the branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of [[Christian]] doctrines.  The practice of apologetics involves constructing seemingly logical arguments to prove that [[God]] exists using pure reason.  People who practice apologetics are known as apologists.
 
[[Apologetics]] is the branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of [[Christian]] doctrines.  The practice of apologetics involves constructing seemingly logical arguments to prove that [[God]] exists using pure reason.  People who practice apologetics are known as apologists.
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Note that the word "apologetics" comes ultimately from a Greek word meaning "defense", and is not to be confused with the modern word "apology".

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Apologetics is the branch of theology that is concerned with defending or proving the truth of Christian doctrines. The practice of apologetics involves constructing seemingly logical arguments to prove that God exists using pure reason. People who practice apologetics are known as apologists.

Note that the word "apologetics" comes ultimately from a Greek word meaning "defense", and is not to be confused with the modern word "apology".

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