Turn up the heat

It is time to turn up the heat? I don't mean that literally of course. As apologists, we need to start letting our position be known. Whether it be through debate, talking to a friend, explaining certain things to others, or whatever, we need to increase the dialogue and get the Christian worldview position out there. Worring about the effectiveness of your argument (if you have studied the issue adaquately) not convincing every person who hears is not an excuse to try these things. After the research is done, apply it everyday. We apologists are something like intellectual soldiers, and soldiers fight. Let's turn up the heat and start dialoging.

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