Integrated apologetics

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Integrated Apologetics is a system of Christian apologetics introduced by Johnson C. Philip. Philip is a Christian apologist from India and he argues that while each school of Christian apologetics contain a part of the truth, they tend to be too narrow to do justice to the broad field of Christian apologetics. He proposes that all these schools of thoughts should be integrated into a harmonious whole.[1]

Integrated apologetics is far less widely known then the Christian apologetics schools of Classical apologetics, Evidential apologetics and Presuppositional apologetics. But many Christian apologists acknowledge that the various schools of apologetics are not mutually exclusive and compliment each other.

Book on Integrated apologetics

^ Introduction To Integrated Apologetics (Integrated Christian Apologetics Book 1) by Dr. Johnson C. Philip, Philip Communications; 12 edition (January 23, 2013)[2]

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