apologetic

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} özür dileyen

Tom özür dileyen görünüyor. - Tom looks apologetic.

Ben bu makalenin özür dileyen tonundan hoşlanmıyorum. - I don't like the apologetic undertone of this article.

(rahatsız etmekten) çekinen
savunma şeklinde olan
af talep eden
itizar beyan eden
{s} özür

O, gelmediği için özür diledi. - He was apologetic for being absent.

Ben bu makalenin özür dileyen tonundan hoşlanmıyorum. - I don't like the apologetic undertone of this article.

özür dileme
apologetically özür diler gibi
af dileme
mazeret beyan ederek
{s} savunan
apologetics dini inançları savunan ilahiyat dalı
özür dile

Tom özür dileyen görünüyor. - Tom looks apologetic.

O, gelmediği için özür diledi. - He was apologetic for being absent.

özür dileme/açıklama
apologetic özür dileyen
apologetically
özür dileyerek
apologetics
dinsel inançları savunan ilahiyat dalı
apologetically
özür diler gibi

Tom özür diler gibi gülümsedi ve odayı terk etti. - Tom smiled apologetically and left the room.

apologetically
mazeret göstererek
apologetically
özür diler şekilde
apologetically
z. özür dileyerek
apologetics
savunma/açıklama sanatı
apologetics
(isim) dini inançları savunan ilâhiyat dalı
apologetics
{i} dini inançları savunan ilâhiyat dalı
İngilizce - İngilizce
Having the character of apology; regretfully excusing

Very different was he, however, from the brusque and masterful professor of common sense who had taken over the case so confidently at Upper Norwood. His expression was downcast, and his bearing meek and even apologetic.

Defending by words or arguments; said or written in defense
offering or expressing apology; "an apologetic note"; "an apologetic manner"
offering or expressing apology; "an apologetic note"; "an apologetic manner
Defending by words or arguments; said or written in defense, or by way of apology; regretfully excusing; as, an apologetic essay
If you are apologetic, you show or say that you are sorry for causing trouble for someone, for hurting them, or for disappointing them. The hospital staff were very apologetic but that couldn't really compensate `I don't follow football,' she said with an apologetic smile. + apologetically apolo·geti·cal·ly `It's of no great literary merit,' he said, almost apologetically. showing or saying that you are sorry that something has happened, especially because you feel guilty or embarrassed about it apologetic about
{s} sorry, regretful, remorseful; justificatory, defensive
apologetic apostrophe
An apostrophe added to a Scots word in order to give the appearance that it is a contraction of an English word
apologetically
In an apologetic manner; by way of defense, apology or excuse
apologetics
The field of study concerned with the systematic defense of a position, or of religious or occult doctrines
Apologetically
in an apologetic manner; "he spoke apologetically about his past"
apologetically
in an apologetic manner; "he spoke apologetically about his past
apologetically
sorrowfully, remorsefully; in justification, in defense
apologetically
By way of apology
apologetics
Branch of Christian theology devoted to the intellectual defense of faith. In Protestantism, apologetics is distinguished from polemics, the defense of a particular sect. In Roman Catholicism, apologetics refers to the defense of the whole of Catholic teaching. Apologetics has traditionally argued positively to quell believers' doubts and negatively against opposing beliefs to remove obstacles to conversion. It attempts to take objections to Christianity seriously without giving ground to skepticism. Biblical apologetics defended Christianity as the culmination of Judaism, with Jesus as the Messiah. In the 2nd and 3rd centuries a number of Christian writers defended the faith against the criticisms of Greco-Roman culture, and in the 5th century St. Augustine wrote his monumental City of God as a response to further criticisms of Christianity following the sack of Rome in 410. John Calvin's "natural theology" attempted to establish religious truths by rational argument. The late 18th-century argument that a universe exhibiting design must have a designer continues to be used; apologists have also dealt with the challenges of Darwinism, Marxism, and psychoanalysis. See also Apologist
apologetics
The attempt to demonstrate that faith is consistent with reason (or at least not inconsistent with reason) It is the attempt to fulfill the biblical command to be prepared to give a reason for the hope that we have (1 Pet 3: 15)
apologetics
Apologetics is derived from the Greek word a)pologi/a(apologia) meaning "defense" or "answer " Apologetics is giving a reason for the hope of Christianity and a defense of the gospel Because of the identity of Christians with the One true God, the Christian worldview is antithetical with the world of unbelievers who hate their Maker and thus Christianity as well Christian apologetics serves its Creator by affirming Him as the basis and purpose of rationality before men, and showing that the basis of other worldviews cannot account for the reality they live in The goal of reformed apologetics is to defend the gospel from the wisdom of the world by silencing its foolishness and offering the only possible interpretation of reality in light and hope of Jesus Christ
apologetics
That branch of Christian theology which has as its aim the reasoned advocacy of the Christian faith It includes both positive arguments for the truth of Christianity and rebuttals of criticisms leveled at it
apologetics
A conscious, articulated defense of the claims of the Christian Faith The two main apologetic methods are classical (evidential) and presuppositional
apologetics
A systematic defense of a belief system It is derived from the Greek "apologia" which means to create a defense See 1 Peter 3: 15 Most apologetics texts are directed to members of another religion, or to secularists However they tend to be read in practice by the faith group whose beliefs are defended See Polemics In Christianity: Classical Apologetics: uses rational arguments to prove that God exists, and relies on evidence to support biblical claims and miracles
apologetics
That branch of theology which defends the Holy Scriptures, and sets forth the evidence of their divine authority
apologetics
the systematic theological presentation of the reasonableness of Christian doctrine in defense from various attacks
apologetics
a branch of theology that is concerned with proving the truth of religions Usually applied to Christianity
apologetics
The branch of theology that is concerned with analyzing and devising intellectual techniques for defending the Christian faith and with producing such defenses C S Lewis is the best-known modern Christian apologist It is the opposite of polemics, in that apologetics attempts to win people to Christ, while polemics attempts to tear them away from other belief systems
apologetics
{i} branch of theology that deals with defending or proving Christianity
apologetics
Apologetics is from the Greek [apologia] which means to make a plea for, or make a defense of whatever is in view In theological terms that defense is "Reasons To Believe" (-1st Peter 3: 15) Apologetics is the science of the defense of the doctrines of God, His divine nature, and cause This reasoned advocacy takes on both positive arguments for the truth of Christianity, and also uses rebuttals of criticisms of it Theologians usually break Apologetics into two groups called Evidential Apologetics, and Evangelical or presuppositional Apologetics [back]
apologetics
The word "apologetics" is derived from the Greek word "apologia," which means to make a defense It has come to mean defense of the faith Apologetics covers many areas: who Jesus is, the reliability of the Bible, refuting cults, biblical evidences in the history and archeology, answering objections, etc In short, it deals with giving reasons for Christianity being the true religion We are called by God to give an apologia, a defense: "but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence" (1 Pet 3: 15)
apologetics
Defense of the Christian faith ( Sometimes referred to as "pre-evangelism" or "eristics" )
apologetics
the branch of theology that is concerned with the defense of Christian doctrines
apologetics
a system of rational defense; in Christianity that branch of theology having to do with a defense of and rationale for the faith
apologetics
(Gk apologia - defense) The branch of Christian theology that provides rational justification for the truth claims of Christianity Christian apologetics involves providing positive evidence for the faith, answering questions or objections, as well as critiquing alternative (non-Christian) systems of thought
apologetics
The area of Christian theology which focusses on the defense of the Christian faith, particularly through the rational justification of Christian belief and doctrines
apologetics
(Gr "defenders") The individuals and saints who defended the faith and the Church by their ability to present, explain, and justify their faith 2) The theological science and art of presenting, explaining and justifying the reasonableness of the Christian faith
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