Christians should answer the many objections, misconceptions, distortion of facts, and excuses as part of their witness, as the apostles did in the first century. Believers should become informed in doctrine, the history of their faith, philosophy, logic, and other disciplines as they relate to Christianity broadly and the gospel specifically. These tools must be used wisely and graciously, so that the way to faith in Jesus can become clear for every generation (Eph. 4:29). — Timothy W. Massaro (from, 3 Reasons You Need Apologetics in a Secular Age)