|Posted on June 9, 2015 at 7:30 PM|
So I'm here with another important update for the junior's tournament. For everyone who is planning to compete in apologetics, I have good news for you! Below I've attached the ten questions that will be used in competition, as well as rules for preparation. Please read them carefully! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me (email@example.com).
1. Students prepare for Apologetics through Bible study, research, and topic organization.
2. Each competitor should create a card file with Scripture, definitions, quotations, and any other material deemed to be helpful.
3. Students may work together on boxes prior to the tournament, but students may not share boxes during competition.
Explain the meaning and significance of the omniscience of God.
Explain the meaning and significance of the omnipotence of God.
Explain the meaning and significance of the omnipresence of God.
Explain the meaning and significance of inerrancy.
What is the purpose of man?
What is the purpose of prayer?
Why does man need salvation?
What is the purpose of the Church?
Why is the resurrection essential to the Christian faith?
Why did Jesus have to die to provide salvation for men?
Another thing to note is that the speech times for this event have not been changed. Students will still have four minutes to prepare, and while there isn't a minimum speaking time, competitors should strive to be no longer than the maximum time of six minutes.