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.

November 24, 2017

I came across this fantastic blog post, refuting the YEC model of the patriarch lifespans. Did you know that the genealogy in Genesis 5 is not a literal numerical account of the antediluvian lifespans of Adam to Noah? Instead, a remarkable numerical schema is revealed...

November 19, 2017

Here's an amazing sermon my friend Mike Winger gave a few weeks ago on how God approaches people who have never heard the gospel. The question is an important one: how do other humans around the world, especially those thousands of years in the past know about the God...

November 17, 2017

Young Earth Creationists like Ken Ham believe that the Behemoth in Job is a sauropod dinosaur (and thus conclude that man lived with dinosaurs). With the latest in ancient Near-Eastern scholarship, here is an apt translation of the passage:

Please observe Behemoth, whic...

November 11, 2017

If the plan of God for the messiah’s mission had been clear, the powers of darkness would never have killed Jesus: they would have known that his death and resurrection would be the key for redemption through his blood. The Old Testament profile of the messiah was deli...

November 8, 2017

The Mosaic law was as tightly bound to the enmity between God and all humanity as it was to the enmity between Jews and gentiles. When its holy, righteous, and good decrees encountered a humanity under the power of the world, the devil, and the flesh, they served only...

October 28, 2017

This is an amazing review by James Fox Higgins of The Rational Rise. A lot that is mentioned in this review is precisely the thoughts I was developing when viewing the film. Furthermore, I had a fascinating discussion with a Christian friend on other theological ramifi...

October 19, 2017

On the issue of predestination and free will, allow me to provide for you solutions from what I have read in-depth within theology and science on the topic.

First, when a person stresses too much on the human will and not enough on God’s will in spiritual growth, the re...

October 18, 2017

My heart goes out to all the #MeToo victims, whether male or female. But it's amusing to note that men like Harvey Weinstein are nowhere near as atrocious as Muhammad, the founder of Islam. I say this because of this ridiculous tabloid that was published yesterday on a...

October 16, 2017

Based on my prior post in regards to Leviticus 18 and homosexuality (where I was introducing key concepts from the ancient Near-East), I think it's evident that I need to mention another problem I am noticing, that could be looming over the church at large: parking you...

October 15, 2017

This is going to be controversial for most Christians, but bear with me. I need to address the misuse of scripture when it comes to the topic of homosexuality. As a Christian invested into much of the ancient Near-Eastern (ANE) customs and contexts that the OT was writ...

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