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What topics should Christian Apologetics based Hubs go under?

  1. Travis Wakeman profile image81
    Travis Wakemanposted 3 years ago

    What topics should Christian Apologetics based Hubs go under?

    I am in the process of drafting several hubs focused on both defending Christianity from distortion, and on providing the reasoned, evidenced basis for holding Christian convictions. The article I am working on now is about the proper biblical definition of "faith" as opposed to the definitions that many secularists give like (belief without evidence, etc)

    I am doing a level of analysis basically equivalent to an undergraduate essay with footnotes and references to books as well as a couple of journal articles.

    I am curious as to which topic this should go in though. Help?

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    Lybrahposted 3 years ago

    I don't know, but I can't wait to read them!

  3. Caleb DRC profile image80
    Caleb DRCposted 3 years ago

    The best I came up with is "Religion and philosophy--->Christianity, The Bible and Jesus."  Now off of this one is " . . . Jesus--->Christian Church leadership."  You may want to include this subsection because apologetics is a form or leadership training others how to defend the Faith, and fight the good fight. Frankly, Hubpages needs to add "apologetics" as a subsection to the above; either after Jesus or after leadership.

    1. Travis Wakeman profile image81
      Travis Wakemanposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Ok. I thought for a second that some of the future hubs I would write might belong in the "atheism" topic section, but I worry that they would get a fair hearing from reviewers if they were sorted that way. I think I might put them in the "theology"

  4. glynch1 profile image54
    glynch1posted 3 years ago

    I would suggest "Christian Orthodoxy" as your final subsection. Apologetics is a branch of theology that demonstrates the rationality and truthfulness of the faith. Your choice--theological discussion--would also work.

 
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