The State of ApologeticsSending a child into the university without solid reasons to believe Christianity is true, and solid reasons to reject non-Christian ideas is like sending a soldier into battle with a spoon rather than a rifle.  Their chances of survival are minimal.  If they come out still believing in Christ chances are that their faith will be a sheer commitment of the will in the absence of reason (which isn’t really faith at all), or their faith in Christ will be relegated to the realm of personal values (while Christ is true for them, Christianity has nothing to do with reality).  Neither of these is acceptable. – Jason Dulle (excerpt from: Apologetics and intellectual survival « Theo-sophical Ruminations)