10 Minute Apologetics

Did you ever want straight answers to life’s toughest questions, but just don’t have the time to put in hours of reading and studying? 10 Minute Apologetics is the resource for you. The scriptures teach us that we must always be ready to give an answer to everyone who asks for the reason for the hope that is in us (1 Peter 3:15). Our goal is to equip you with quick, straightforward answers about the Christian faith to share with your friends, family, or anyone. Check out our blog where we will provide you with brief, well researched, and engaging articles and videos that are meant to equip you to engage the world for the glory of God.

10-Minute Apologetics’ 3 Fold Foundation:

  • Theology: Equipping believers with the knowledge of God
  • Apologetics: Equipping believers to defend the faith
  • Evangelism: Equipping believers to fulfill the Great Commission

Our Most Recent Articles

The Threat of Religious Syncretism

By Elias Ayala (MDiv & M.A.T.) Syncretism is the process by which aspects of one religion are assimilated into, blended with, another religion. The assimilation between them fundamentally changes both of them. The threat of syncretism has been with the church since its conception. The…

Apologetics and Atheism

By Elias Ayala (MDiv & M.A.T.) When one thinks of apologetics (i.e. defense of the faith), one generally tends to think of the differences and conflict between the Christian and the atheist. However, this is not always the case given the fact that because “apologetics”…

Black Lives Matter

This has become the rallying cry in the face of police abuse and human rights violations. Some have naively responded with “all lives matter” and they do. Of course, all lives matter, even the unborn children. They matter to God, they matter to me and…

Does Hell Need To Be Forever?

By L. Alfred James “I could never believe in a God who sends people to hell forever!” I’ve heard this statement so many times, I’ve lost count. People who make this statement usually don’t realize it, but they are implicitly making some other (very serious)…

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