About Chad Miller

Chad Miller became a Christian in late 1997 and instantly gravitated toward apologetics, even though his conversion had little to do with apologetic arguments. He originally started with "in house" apologetics to properly determine what version of Christianity was true, and then moved into the area of classical apologetics later.

He's continuing to grow further in his knowledge and understanding this crucial area of ministry, and one day hopes to serve as a lay Pastor of Apologetics. Contact him via Twitter if you have any questions.

Apologetics and evangelism: Bridge the divide at your Church

If there’s one focus a Church should have, it’s on evangelism and missions. It’s almost a little redundant to separate those since missions, properly understood, is evangelism. If we’re truly doing the will of the Lord and making disciples of all nations, we can’t do that by giving people clean water without giving them the […]

Achilles Heel: Internet Arguments

This clever picture really breaks down the state of affairs when it comes to arguing over the internet, especially when it comes to the arguments between Christians and Atheists.

Why do some Christians seem to ignore the resurrection?

As one becomes entrenched in Christian Apologetics and studying the evidence for the Christian worldview, it doesn’t take long to discover the many convincing arguments for the bodily resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth from the grave. There are scores of solid arguments for theism in general (philosophical, scientific, etc), but as ambassadors for Christ, we […]

Conundrum: You want to get into apologetics but don’t have a degree – pt2

This is part two of my series on helping out the GED Apologist. For the first post, click here. 6. Enroll in certificate programs This is probably one of the best things an aspiring Apologist can do and I can personally testify as to how much I’ve benefited from going this route. I’ve either completed […]

Conundrum: You want to get into apologetics but don’t have a degree – pt1

When I became a Christian, I was immediately drawn to apologetics. Apologists are all wired a certain way, and I’m definitely wired in a way which causes me to dig deeper for answers to questions, especially those related to Christianity. I have plenty of questions which come from my own proclivity to doubt, plus there […]