When I first started studying [apologetics], I was a bit overwhelmed. Learning the answer to one question would inevitably lead to fifty new questions which would grow into even more questions. It was sweet how God worked in the midst of that. It seemed like no matter what I studied, within a couple of weeks someone would ask me a question directly related to it. Ultimately, Apologetics has made me a better evangelist. People often have intellectual obstacles clouding their view of the gospel.  Things like doubts about the Bible, the concept of Evolution, and the problem of evil can be stumbling blocks to how they perceive what Jesus has done for them. The best use of apologetics is to help sweep away those obstacles so that they can see the cross clearly. —Alisa Childers (from, An Interview with Alisa Childers)