The general perception of apologetics is that it answers the objections of unbelievers and gives proofs for the truth of Christianity. In its most general sense, apologetics serves to give a reasoned answer for why we believe what we believe. But apologetics is for the believer as well as the unbeliever. Believers have questions, too, even doubts sometimes, about our faith. This issue of the Areopagus Journal addresses one such issue that reasonates with both believers and unbelievers. I believe it is also one of the most difficult of all apologetics issues- the problem of evil.
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