noun (used with a singular verb)
- apollonius of perga,
- apollonius of rhodes,
- apologia pro vita sua,
Origin of apologetics
Examples from the Web for apologetics
I know that some of you are going to call this Obama apologetics, but you know what?
I'm not so worried that the oligarchs will pay for apologetics on their behalf.
And Obama has worked to push American foreign policy beyond Carterite apologetics or Bushesque saber-rattling.
But that is not an unusual feature of Christian apologetics.The Churches and Modern Thought|Philip Vivian
Under such conditions there is little scope for apologetics.
The atmosphere of apologetics begins to appear in what its friends have to say about it.The Library and Society|Various
It is amusing to look back on some of the lines of apologetics in recent years.The War and the Churches|Joseph McCabe
Vain without it, worse than vain, will be the most diligent and successful study of the apologetics of the Bible.To My Younger Brethren|Handley C. G. Moule