1 Biblical inspiration
2.1 Modern apologetics
3.1 Historical and legal evidentialism
3.2 Defense of miracles
3.3 Prophetic fulfillment
3.4 Biblical apologetics
3.5 Philosophical apologetics
3.5.1 Presuppositional apologetics
3.6 Moral apologetics
3.7 Scientific apologetics
3.8 Creationist apologetics
3.9 Experiential apologetics
Without looking too deeply it seems my interests are in historical/legal, Biblical, philosophical, and scientific apologetics, with a lesser lean on moral and presuppositional.
Originally Posted by TrustGzus
This paragraph caught my eye. I think many times, particularly on the internet, people will counter with things that frankly, they don't understand very well themselves. But they'll try to sound like they do. They try to intimidate.
I used to have the exact kind of fears you are expressing. The longer I stayed with studying the issues, the more peace I got.
Hang in there. Keep studying. Keep learning. They can't prove truth to be an error.
Your second paragraph strikes me as quite true. In the debate with Rainn (which I still contend ended horribly ) he made some accusations that just plain went over my head. For instance, the fallacy of equivocation. Later on, I reviewed a video by Dr. Craig and he addressed this very objection. I guess I need to keep learning and keep exploring.