1 Peter 3:15 by Robert Dean
Many unbelievers have reasons why they say they can’t believe in God. Are you able to answer their objections in a thoughtful way? Listen to this lesson to learn that apologetics is a study of ways to defend the truth of God’s Word. Learn that evidences are tools that we can use when talking to unbelievers. See why only divine revelation is sufficient to learn about God. Find out how the Bible consistently presents a rational case for why we should believe in the truth of God’s Word beginning in Genesis.

Additional information on apologetics by Charlie Clough is available here:

Giving an Answer

Theology and Apologetics

Series:1 Peter (2015)
Duration:1 hr 14 mins 18 secs

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