“But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be ready to give an answer (lit. apologia) to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.
But do this with gentleness and respect.”
(1 Pet. 3:15)
Christian apologetics has to do with the ability to give a rational or reasonable defense for your faith. As such, apologetics is not about apologizing (expressing sorrow and regret over error), nor about being rudely defensive. Rather, Christian apologetics is a learned ability to do what Peter encourages here—to be ready to provide a reasonable or logical (lit. logos) answer to any honest question about your hope in Christ.
And though we might not know the answer to every question, all believers, and certainly every Christian leader, is exhorted to diligently study to show ourselves approved by God and knowledgeable enough to handle the truth of Christ with an increasing degree of accuracy and effectiveness (2 Tim. 2:15).
To that end, RWM is committed to providing all honest inquirers with the keys to cultivating a Christian perspective, or biblical worldview, from which to appropriately respond to sincere questions and even critical objections to the Christian faith.
Let the Lord be magnified!