Apologetics - Review Questions (ANSWERS)

  1. What is Christian apologetics?
    To reasonably defend the Christian faith.
  2. Which verse is most popular among Christian apologists?
    1 Peter 3:15.
  3. Why should Christians defend the faith?
    Because we are commanded to defend the faith, and also because it is necessary.
  4. What are some commonly asked questions?
    If God is good and omnipotent, why is there evil and suffering in the world?
    If there is one God and one faith, why are there so many denominations?
    Why has so much blood been shed in the name of Christianity?
    Why are there so many different translations of the Bible?
    What about contradictions in the Bible - Paul and James on justification?
    What about scandals in the church?
    Why are conservative Christians intolerant, insisting there is only one way to God?
  5. How important is your own personal relationship with the Lord?
    We should set apart the Lord God in our hearts, and keep ourselves in the love of God.
  6. How do you deal with intimidation?
    Don't be intimidated, because those who have never been born again are no match for you.
  7. What did Paul use in defending the faith in difficult situations?
    His personal testimony.
  8. Why should you focus your defense on the Word of God?
    Because what you believe is based upon the Scriptures.
  9. How should you present yourself when defending the faith?
    With meekness and fear.
  10. What lessons did you learn from the blind man in John 9?
    He had a personal experience with Jesus Christ.
    He had a personal testimony because of Jesus Christ.
    He admitted what he didn't know; He said what he knew.
    He had a question for those who questioned him - "Do you also want to become His disciple?"
 
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