Apologetics and Its Place in the Church
Apologetics and Its Place in the Church
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Wednesday Evening Service,  July 30, 2008

Last week, we ended with the question, “What role does apologetics play in the life of the church?” If the Bible suggests that no unbeliever will be ultimately persuaded to trust Christ by rational arguments, but only through the ministry of the Spirit, what is the use of apologetics? This session will offer some answers to the question of apologetics, as our understanding is informed by the writings of Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) and by examining with discernment some commonly held opinions about the justification of apologetics today.

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