Apologetics

Apologetics (from Greek ἀπολογία, `speaking in defense`) is the discipline of defending a position (often religious) through the systematic use of information. Early Christian writers (c. 120–220) who defended their faith against critics and recommended their faith to outsiders were called apologists. ==Etymology== The term apologetic.....
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Apologetics

• (n.) That branch of theology which defends the Holy Scriptures, and sets forth the evidence of their divine authority.
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Apologetics

(Gr. apologetikos, fit for a defence) The discipline which deals with a defence of a position or body of doctrines. Traditional Christian theology gave over to Christian Apologetics (or, simply Apologetics) the task of defending the faith. As such the discipline was also called 'Evidences of the Christian Religion.' Each particular faith, however,....
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apologetics

noun the branch of theology that is concerned with the defense of Christian doctrines
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Apologetics

A·pol`o·get'ics noun That branch of theology which defends the Holy Scriptures, and sets forth the evidence of their divine authority.
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apologetics

defense and proof of Christianity or other doctrine
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apologetics

in Christianity, the intellectual defense of the truth of the Christian religion, usually considered a branch of theology. In Protestant usage, ... [5 related articles]
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apologetics

Philosophical writings that attempt to refute attacks on the Christian faith. Apologists include St Justin, Origen, St Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Blaise Pascal, and Joseph Butler. The questions...
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Apologetics

The argumentation or defense on behalf of a certain religious faith. It is usually directed toward those outside the faith community, but the audience is usually those within the faith community (Reid et al. 1990
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apologetics

[n] - the branch of theology that is concerned with the defense of Christian doctrines
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