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Editor’s Introduction: An Unapologetic Apology for Apologetics
|Editor’s Introduction: An Unapologetic Apology for Apologetics
|Year of Publication
|Peterson, Daniel C.
|Apologetics; Truth Claims
Introduction to the current issue, including editor’s picks. LDS apologetics is scorned by critics, but defending a position with evidence and reason is a venerable tradition. Arguments against LDS apologetics are critiqued. Examples of how scripture endorses the use of rational argument to defend truth claims are given. The Internet is an effective means of promulgating truth.
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