5 Apologetics Questions Every Christian Should Learn How To Answer
by Alisa Childers
In my years of studying apologetics, several themes tend to pop up over and over again. This post will address the 5 questions I think every Christian needs to be aware of, and be able to answer.
All of these questions require further commentary, and I plan to write a blog post to respond to each one individually in the future. For now, I will offer some “barebones” quick answers that can easily be committed to memory.
Question #1: Have the New Testament Documents been corrupted? When the original documents no longer exist, scholars use a science called textual criticism to reconstruct the wording of ancient texts. When they have a lot of manuscripts (handwritten copies), and early manuscripts, they can do this with a great deal of accuracy. The New Testament documents have more manuscripts and earlier manuscripts to support their accuracy than any work of ancient classical literature. In fact, it has been copied with 99.5% accuracy, and the .5% in question doesn’t affect any core Christian doctrine.
Question #2: Is there any evidence that the resurrection of Jesus actually happened? Esteemed historian and New Testament scholar Gary Habermas collected over 1,400 of the most critical scholarly works written between 1975 and 2003 about the resurrection. These works ranged from ultra-liberal to far-right conservative. He discovered that virtually every scholar agreed on several points surrounding the resurrection of Jesus. Here are four of them…
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