Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Apologetics
About "Category 5: General Questions"
Directions: Work through the source material in this download to help you understand this week’s selection of apologetics prompts. This release addresses approximately 5% of the total number of prompts you will need to be prepared for in your next tournament, so keep up the studying from week to week to ensure your knowledge in Apologetics. This week’s prompts are:
- Analyze and respond to the statement, “The Old Testament God is a God of hate, while the New Testament God is a God of love.” Anonymous
- Analyze and respond to the statement, “If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent Him.” –Voltaire
- Analyze and respond to the statement, “If God understands my humanity and sin nature better than I do, why does He still hold me accountable for what I cannot help doing?” –Anonymous
- Analyze and respond to the statement, “As an atheist, I don’t believe there is a God.” –Anonymous
Apologetics is a limited-prep event where students study 100 questions provided by participating leagues. In competition, you are given 4 minutes to prepare for a 6-minute impromptu speech. This download covers a handful of selections in depth, providing Bible verses, quotes, citations, and analysis from an Apologetics champion.
Authors Katie Duffy, Zack Seals and John Bush contributed to this article.
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