Arguments are always at the forefront of apologetics. Without them, there is no rational Christian witness, and without that, “truth stumbles in the streets” (Isa. 59:14). We must out-think and out-live the world for Christ and His kingdom (Matt. 6:33). But savvy defenders of Christianity must not only master the best arguments; they must also muster them in real time and without canned reactions. Two principles should guide and inspire us to develop agile apologetics.
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