Preparing Members of the Salvation Army of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to Be Christian Apologists
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This project attempts to train and prepare members of The Salvation Army of Lancaster, Pennsylvania to be Christian apologists. Chapter 1 outlines the history and ministry context of The Salvation Army along with the goals of the project. Chapter 2 presents the biblical and theological foundations of Christian apologetics by exegeting three passages in Acts 17 (Acts 17:1-12; Acts 17:29-31 & Acts 17:16-28). Chapter 3 involves an examination of current and classical scholarship with respect to the application of Christian apologetics in the life of the believer. Chapter 4 deals with the project itself, including the preparation of lessons, the pre-course survey, the subject matter of each lesson, and the post-course survey. Chapter 5 serves to evaluate the project with particular respect to the goals as outlined in chapter 1.