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What is
I have recently launched a new site called This isn’t a hard-core apologetics blog. It’s meant to be a blog for laymen apologetics, sort of an apologetics for the everyday man. Many of the blogs or sites that do apologetics tend to either attack the opposing view or use words and concepts that are over-the-head for many Christians and non-believers.

Who is uses several authors to contribute articles and participate in the dialog via the comments. Currently, there is myself and three pastors from different churches across the country plus various guest authors as the need or time requires.

What flavor of Christian?
Well the glib answer is “there’s only one kind of Christian” but I suspect you are looking for a doctrinal stance. The contributors currently have a Baptist/Reform/Calvinist perspective, so many issues will be addressed in that light. But the goal is not to convert people (only God can do that) but rather, to present a scripturally based explanation to why we, as Christians, follow certain beliefs. Visitors may still disagree but I’d rather they disagree with what we actually believe, than disagree with misconceptions they may have heard somewhere else.

In defending the Christian faith, the most important question before us is “What sort of defense will best glorify our God (cf. 1 Cor. 10:31)?” God forbid that in seeking to defend the faith before others we should in that very act compromise it. Many apologetic sites seem to spend more time attacking others than “in [their] hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect,” (1 Peter 3:15).

What now?
Now that you know about the new site, please take a moment to visit, bookmark, and subscribe to the site. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. We want to be accessible and of service to anyone seeking answers whether they are believers or not. We hope to hear from you soon and God bless you.

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