The term “apologist” was applied to theologians in the 2nd and 3rd century who defended the Christian faith amidst a Greek culture. Our current culture looks very much like those centuries – with Jesus being considered as one god among many. For us to proclaim and defend the faith to an unbelieving culture, we must understand that our apologetic is rooted in the person of Jesus. This series is not arranged in basic apologetic categories, but instead looks at apologetics through a lens of the meta-narrative of Scripture and the importance of Christ being the foundation of our apologetic. Since biblical literacy is very low in most churches, focusing on Scripture is high priority for this series.