Basically, there are 3 types of apologetics: natural apologetics, Christian apologetics, and Catholic apologetics.
Natural apologetics builds the case for truths we can know from the "natural" light of reason.
The Psalm also calls a curse upon those who created the refugee crisis (and that goes for both sides of the political divide).
It ends with these harrowing imprecations, “ Are we really ready for that prayer? He quotes from 1 Timothy 2.1-6, “Now, there’s nothing wrong with praying for kings and those in authority. However, I think Graham has failed to notice that the context for that prayer is for a church service.
#2) And this flows right from #1, the Catholic Church can be defended from the Bible better than any other Christian faith tradition can be.
There is actually a good bit in the various Protestant faith traditions that does indeed contradict the Bible.
Apparently, the evidence points the opposite direction. “By the rivers of Babylon we sat and wept when we remembered Zion…” If you prefer the musical version, here’s one by Boney M. Jewish refugees and exiles wrote the psalm when they were captured by the Babylonians.
Truths which the articles of our Faith rest upon and build upon. Rule #4: Always view a question about your Faith, or even an attack on your Faith, as an opportunity - an opportunity to share the truth.evangelism) for the church, but I assure every reader that all my unbeliever friends are outright turned off by this pseudo-church service.Evangelical Christianity has mastered the art of lousy marketing.Well, as is fitting for this day, I’m going to add my own quote. When Israel conducted its first unofficial election back in the time of David, they elected to have Saul to be their king, and that election turned out to be a disaster.This is most fitting for evangelicals who put their trust in politicians (on both sides, but especially those who say that Trump is God’s man), kings and king makers.