The Inherent Evasiveness of Apologetics

At its core, apologetics is an exercise in excuse making. Its whole purpose is to rationalize a set of beliefs that Christians are already invested in. Methodology doesn’t matter. The goal is not open exploration. All that matters is fending off doubts, and this must be done at all costs. Thus apologists develop an instinct to be automatically evasive on any topic that sounds like it will challenge their established faith. In this video, the Prophet of Zod examines an interesting case study in this phenomenon, which is Mike Winger’s response to a series of objections to belief in God.

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