My recent post, Apologetics Isn’t the Whole Ball Game, detailed why apologetics isn’t our only option and why it isn’t the thing we should always jump to when crisis ensues. On that same thought, I want to speak to some folks who enjoy debating and apologetics and give them a few words of wisdom: 1. … Continue reading You Don’t Always Have to Make a Defense
I have had the honor of working with and talking to some of the greatest apologists of our time. With that, I have seen a lot of up-and-coming apologists, if you will, burn out and hit a wall. One gentleman in particular had a drive for learning about philosophy, natural theology, and classical apologetics. He … Continue reading Apologetics Isn’t the Whole Ball Game
The moral argument’s purpose is to show people that in order for there to be things that are actually good, bad, right, and wrong, they have to come from somewhere. In other words, these values and duties that we see in the world, if real, need to have a grounding.