The Psychology of Apologetics, Part 3

“The trouble about argument is that it moves the whole struggle on to the Enemy’s own ground…By the very act of arguing, you awake the patient’s reason; and once it is awake, who can foresee the result? Even if a particular train of thought can be twisted so as to end in our favour, youContinue reading “The Psychology of Apologetics, Part 3”

The Psychology of Apologetics, part 2

Confidence is everything. It’s how you “know” that your favorite chair at your local coffee shop will continue to hold under your weight once you sit. Or, how you “know” that your dog will be excited to see you when you get home. Confidence drives every decision we make which, more often than not, weContinue reading “The Psychology of Apologetics, part 2”

The Psychology of Apologetics: Part One

It may be uncouth to begin a blog this way, and if it is, I apologize to any and every blog-lover out there, but I want to offer a genuine “thank you” to you, the reader. It is your choice to take the time to read this, so the mere fact that you have readContinue reading “The Psychology of Apologetics: Part One”