Apologetics is a reasoned defense of the Christian faith. As Christians we sometimes believe we must be irrational, or rejecting reason. However our faith is sound and logical. Use the resources on this page to help answer questions you may have about Christianity, false religions, and the Bible.
"What is truth?"
The words of Pontius Pilate (John 18:38) still ring aloud among our culture. Pilate was the Roman Governor in Judea to whom Christ was delivered. Although he could find no fault in Christ, Pilot sadly did not find truth, even though The Truth stood before him. Jesus made this claim openly saying in John 14:6, "I AM the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me."
Although Jesus came at a certain time in history His work on earth is still for this time in history. In a world where believing what I want to believe (relativism) is the standard for truth, the stand for absolute truth as is revealed in the Bible is more crucial than ever. The Bible teaches many moral absolutes: behaviors, thoughts, or standards that are absolutely right or wrong regardless of the circumstance. Our culture, however, only wants to live by the truths that agree with their decided lifestyle and view of the world.
Paul foretold this attitude in the world even among professing believers in Christ. He said that people will not "endure sound doctrine" or not listen to truthful teaching because they want to live according to their "own desires." That means we are all about ourselves, putting me first, doing what I feel like, and only accepting what I am willing to accept. But that is not the life we learn from Jesus. He was obedient in all thing, humbly giving up His rights as God in flesh, and willingly paid the price for each person who trusts in Him for forgiveness of sin. Perhaps you've been missing out on the truth? Check out the R U a good person? page... see for yourself.