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"Apologetics" comes from a Greek word for a "Defense in Court" or "giving an answer to charges or questions" about your beliefs or actions (1Peter 3:15-16). Whereas "doctrine" is the content of what you believe and teach, "apologetics" explains why those beliefs are valid or worth considering, as well as why you reject competing ideas. The goal is not "to win arguments at any cost," but to honestly pursue truth about reality.
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