In apologetics, I suggest that we focus on so-called “Mere Christianity.” We need not defend the theological tradition in every jot and title, and it may turn out that Christianity does not require it anyhow. What we must do, however, is point others to Jesus—man’s highest good and only hope in death and life. In doing so, we will develop intellectual modesty and maturity—willing to set aside our cherished mature theologies to defend and uphold that which brings life to all: the gospel of Jesus. - Paul Gould (from, Traditional Theology, Apologetics, and the Gospel)
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