Mission Statement

TAKING ON THE TASK FIRST HAND

Welcome! Sentinel Apologetics is an academically orientated apologetics ministry for the sole purpose in educating the next generation of Christians, by producing content for a scholarly discourse between Christians and non-Christians. The Hebrew word tsaphah appears in Ezekiel 33:1-9, and it translates to mean "Sentinel." It's a descriptive title that Ezekiel was commanded to embody. Centuries later, Paul used the Greek equivalent and writes: "I keep pursuing the goal [skopon] to win the prize of God's heavenly call in the Messiah Jesus." (Philippians 3:14) Paul teaches us that Christians have a mark that is given by the Logos. Thus, Christians are to aim for a future goal, uniting our wills with God, and in faith pursuing the goal that he sets before us. Thus, Christians are to encompass the scientific method, look at topics critically, and maintain a healthy testable model for the Christian worldview.

March 20, 2020

A lot of times I get a question that sounds a lot like this: "Just like God in the Abraham/Isaac story, If you received a clear command like that from God wherein there was no question whatsoever it came from Jehovah, and the command was to do something like murder you...

April 4, 2019

Recently I came across what seemed to be a misleading quote from an acquaintance of mine who is a Christian turned atheist. In his regard to the God of the Bible he gave a statement that he wanted to only be answered in true or false form and this is what it said: “God...

July 9, 2018

Christians who claim that the Old Testament laws are applicable for today, conveniently do so without giving any serious thought about how these laws are inherently derived from a primitive ancient Near-Eastern background and context. However, this blog post is not a d...

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