Friday, January 15, 2010

Feature Article- Apologetics: Why Your Church Needs It by J.M. Njoroge

Ravi Zacharias International Ministries offers numerous apologetic resources such as radio shows, essays, articles, and a daily devotional.

I recently stumbled across an essay on their website entitled Apologetics: Why Your Church Needs it by J.M. Njoroge.

This is an article that every pastor, apologist, and laymen should read and take to heart.

You can check it out here.

Courage and Godspeed,



Steve S said...


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How are you doing? I hope this email reaches you on time, i had a trip to the United Kingdom, but unfortunately for me i lost my wallet at the airport, i only got to realize this on my way to the hotel where i lodged and this has caused me a thing thereby making me stranded.

Presently my things are been held down by the hotel management due to my inability to pay the hotel bills which i currently owe, they even had to restrict my access to the hotel facilites until outstanding bills are clear and i don't have a dime on me again, i had to walk down to the city library in order to send you this email.

"I need you to kindly assist me with about £1780.00 so that i can settle the hotel bills and make arrangement to return back home, please let me know how much you can assist me with soonest."


Lavinia4truth said...

Thanks for the article. I've read Wilberforce's book and couldn't agree more regarding instruction of our children- it is crucial! Deuteronomy Chapter 6 comes to my mind often!

Chad said...


Thank you so much for contacting me regarding this email and hopefully all is straightened out.


Chad said...


Yes; you are so correct. Keep your eyes opened for an upcoming post on TrueU. It relates to instructing our children.

Great to hear from you as always!


Jake said...

Great Post!! Philippians 1:17b (NKJV) "...knowing that I am apointed for the defense of the gospel." Sounds like apologetics to me.

For His Glory,

Chad said...


I could not agree more! So the obvious question follows- Why don't more followers of Jesus Christ engage in apologetics? Just thinking...