What are the rules for defending the Bible? Should we even think in terms of defending the Bible?
What types of helps (or notes) are in the Defender's Bible that make it different from a standard Study Bible? What other tools and resources are available that provide reliable responses to the challenges thrown at our faith?
While I call my ministry Defending Genesis, I don't really think in terms of defending the Bible or any particular book within it. I take the revealed Word of God as my starting point and then I demonstrate why it ought to be our ultimate authority. I'm not constructing an argument so much as presenting a case. At no point since I became convinced of its truth have I ever felt like I was on the defensive, as it were. I consider science [and archaeology,etc] corroborating evidence but my conviction that the Bible is the ultimate authority does not rise or fall on the ever-changing positions of science.