[asa] Apologetics, and Neglected Arguments

From: David Campbell <pleuronaia@gmail.com>
Date: Mon Aug 24 2009 - 15:05:53 EDT

One of the most frequently advocated approach to apologetics in the
Bible is to do a good job of living out the ethical and relational
principles that it teaches. As a whole, TE tends to take more of this
approach to apologetics than the argue against teachings of
unbelievers approach. If you do good science, your colleagues will
notice and provide opportunities for you to say why. There are, of
course, limits to this approach, but doing bad science to advance a
particular argument is certainly not a good apologetic.

Dr. David Campbell
425 Scientific Collections
University of Alabama
"I think of my happy condition, surrounded by acres of clams"
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