Good question...if Christianity is true, why does it need so much defending? And why doesn't God make it clearer?

 

 


Draft: Sept 24/2000


 

 

Section 1: If Christianity is true, why does it need so much 'defense' and 'apologetics'?

Section 2: The question of responsibility: is God supposed to 'prove stuff' to us, or are we supposed to 'seek God'?

Section 3: Interacting with the "possibly revelatory" data: Lessons from the Text on Encounter, Response, Results

Section 4: Two Pushbacks, on "would more hurt"? and "why seek a hidden God anyway?"

Section 5: Practice and Problems in "Seeking"

 

This is Section Five.

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The Practice and Problems of Seeking

 

(skeleton outline so far)

 

Important Note: many of the below  issues are discussed in a series on "Why should we believe the Christian explanation?"

 

 

 


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