Mission Statement


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.

December 21, 2018

This will be a lengthy overview, but two things ought to be embedded in your mind as you continue to read this post:

1. The book of Revelation was written by an astral prophet: John the Apostle.

2. The birth of Jesus is conceptually and theologically linked to Genesis 6:...

December 19, 2018

In early November on the Sentinel Facebook page I posted a succinct summary of the biblical story:

God wanted a family (the divine council). 

God wanted another family (human imagers).

God was betrayed by both his divine and human families.

God chose to join and save (g...

October 28, 2018

After interacting with Jehovah Witnesses publicly in person over the last couple of months, I am always amused to see the shock and horror on their faces when I use their own New World Translation against them. Discussions with them usually go round in circles, and the...

September 5, 2018

In Revelation 4:9-11, the song of the “elders” in praise to God provides a proper climax to the whole Divine Council scene. In fact, the language is not just liturgical but political, reflecting the terminology of Roman court ceremony: “worthy, our Lord and God, to rec...

August 17, 2018

I am not suggesting that Catholic popes, priests, and nuns are inherently more prone to promiscuity than the rest of mankind. Our fallen hearts are all the same. Many of these tragic individuals no doubt began with high moral and spiritual aspirations, and in that spir...

July 10, 2018

When I engage with ex-Christians (turned atheists), 99% of them were once part of fringe groups (whether JWs, Mormons, YECs, KJV-Onlyists, etc). There's a certain sense of irony here. The reason they fall away from their faith (and move into secular humanism) is becaus...

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...

June 21, 2018

I have issues with Christians mandating Church attendance. I am not speaking about those that encourage Church attendance, but more-so about those who judge other Christians on their attendance. If someone doesn't attend with a certain frequency, then he/she isn't cons...

June 15, 2018

Atheists love to bring up so-called unscientific problems with the bible. For example, the sundial of Ahaz (2 Kings 20:8-11) is particularly used. But, like I keep telling my atheist friends, knowledge about astronomy and time measuring in the ancient Near-East contrib...

June 8, 2018

It's been ~30 years since Hugh Ross founded Reasons To Believe, and the creation-science model that he (and his team) have developed during this period is nothing short of amazing. Behold the work of Christians that have honored the call of Christ to be good scientists...

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