Pro-Japanese apologetics is dangerous; it obscures the realities of the situation.
In the armoury of apologetics etymology has been the most serviceable weapon.
But that is not an unusual feature of Christian apologetics.
Any single effort in apologetics may be termed “an apology.”
The atmosphere of apologetics begins to appear in what its friends have to say about it.
He might have spared his apologetics, for there was no opposition.
It is amusing to look back on some of the lines of apologetics in recent years.
Heresies and schisms and the need for apologetics form the constant note of Christian history from first to last.
The author presents a most assuring and comforting contribution to Christian apologetics.
The orthodox writer deals severely with some lines of Christian apologetics which have since had vogue.