Apologetics isn’t just about defending the Faith against all the false teachers and false teachings, it is also about clearly explaining what the Faith is all about. 1 Peter 3:15 makes it clear that every Christian’s duty is to be a good apologist. This requires study, so as to “present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.” (2 Tim. 2:15, NIV)
With so much discussion in the media about what marriage is, and with so many Christians compromising with the same-sex fake marriage ideology, I think it would be good for us to remember what God’s design for marriage is.
There are many aberrant ideas about how the current church should look just like the church did in the book of Acts. But was that recorded history a prescription for the church or a description of what was taking place at that period in history? The Cripplegate gives some food for thought.
I previously wrote an article about why I believe babies and small children will be saved. I came across an excellent article which agrees with my belief, presenting a good defense of the reasons for such belief.
Did Paul teach a different Gospel from the one Jesus preached? Many people make this claim. A solid understanding of Paul’s teachings will refute the claim.
Lastly, I thought this article about eschatology was quite interesting — and not just because it agrees with my viewpoint. I have often explained that the Bible and early writings of Christians showed a belief in a “rapture” at the end of the Tribulation, followed by 1000 years of Christ reigning. This article explains where the changes to amillennialism and post-millennialism entered into Christian belief. (the comments show a lot of ignorance of history, as well as a lot of devotion to Romanism)