Video Training for Incarnational Apologetics

By on 1-31-2013 in 10 Minute Teacher, Course Materials, Endorsements, Theology, Video, Worldview

Video Training for Incarnational Apologetics

There are a lot of ways to “do” apologetics, but from my perspective far too many of the books and educational programs focus on winning debates rather than winning souls for Christ. My friend Paula summarizes this concern well when she writes,

 My concern is that apologetics, which is by nature a rational sharing of information, has become for some an emotional tool of conflict creating a divide rather than reconciliation.

So what then is good apologetics?  For me, it has to be incarnational. I define it like this;

Incarnational Apologetics is not to convince others that the Church is “relevant” NOR to persuade them of the truth.

Incarnational Apologetics is our Divine-mission to remove false-shelters that keep God’s Lost children from a personal encounter with the Spirit of Jesus Christ and knowing Him as the Way, the Truth and the Life!

If you want to dig in deeper, then I encourage you to watch my series of 10 minute videos on my YouTube playlist.

Session titles include the following:

As you watch, I welcome all comments and discussion.

Dr. Joe Miller (aka JR) is a Professor of Applied Theology and Leadership & Dean of Online Learning at Southern California Seminary. In addition, he is a church planter and coach for other young leaders. Dr. Miller has a diverse educational background and authored multiple books on church history, biblical theology, and Leadership. Joe and his wife Suzanne enjoy the sun and surf with their 3 sons in San Diego, CA.

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  • J.R. Miller

    Thanks @047751269e66b72d562b83f280c7fa74:disqus for the good word and link. I posted a comment on your article. God bless.

  • Paula Pitzler

    Nice quote. :D

    • J.R. Miller

      Thanks Paula. Nice to hear from you.

      • Paula Pitzler

        Thanks, Keep up with the good stuff. :)

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