Reading Time: 6 minutes The word λόγος, (logos, word Strongs NT 3056, one of the most widely used terms in the NT; 331 occurrences) has a huge semantic domain. In John’s Gospel Logos is a clear reference to Jesus. In the opening chapter and verse (John 1:1) the Apostle introduces the idea that Jesus is the Word.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The first Christians accepted totally that God had revealed himself in Christ and also through Scripture. This leads us here to be concerned particularly with the function and nature of Scripture, the written Word, as God’s special revelation.
Reading Time: 3 minutes My biggest enemy is not you, it’s me. I am my biggest enemy, hey man, I can’t get away from myself. I go to bed with myself every night. Every time I sit down to eat I’m right there. When I shave my face I’m looking at me right through the mirror. There’s nowhere I can go to get away from me. I’m on me 24/7.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The following text is probably the “locus classicus”, (considered to be the best known or most authoritative passage) or the classical text on apologetics: I Peter 3:15
Reading Time: 2 minutes In broader terms, in Christianity, the word is used to describe the activity of the conducting of verbal or written controversies in defence of doctrines held to be essential to Christian truth.
Reading Time: 2 minutes “Apologia” was commonly used to denote a speech in a court of law where by persons would make their case, especially their case in defending themselves against various charges.