We use apologetics every time we try to defend a point of view. But when we confront conflicting opinions, many begin to experience the frustration of dialogue without common ground. Like a debate whirling around in endless circles, the storm eventually calms with an uneasy armistice, and truth itself becomes less tangible. It is within the fundamentals of philosophy where we must strive to establish this common ground. In Precursory Apologetics, Jordan W. Wei confronts these issues directly for a more comprehensive and linear methodology.
Written amidst the majority context of a Christian society, this methodology and series of investigations calls into question every issue relevant to defending either its truth or negation. A preliminary question regarding a deity’s existence, for example, might be whether anyone could know one way or another. Are reason and faith mutually exclusive? Are there any detriments to atheism or agnosticism? Before we align our evidences and arguments for the defense of any view, we require a precursory foundation for the sake of our dialogue, we require Precursory Apologetics. Join the conversation to embark on a journey and to answer life’s principle questions.