Due to my growth & multiple changes in my worldview over the years, this post is considered “archived” and is offered here for historical purposes only. Opinions offered above may not necessarily reflect my current beliefs, though you're still more than welcome to participate in the comments, discussing anything from the post. Thank you for understanding.
I had planned to write a brief post basically throwing the idea out there that Christian apologetics as a means to reach the lost is basically a waste of time. What good is explaining a six-days Creation to an unbeliever? Will believing Creation help their soul? No, not by a long shot. Will believing in the global flood, exodus from Egypt, healing of the blind, and so on save the souls of the lost?
But millions of dollars are invested into ministries that attempt to do just that: reach the lost with the news of Creation, rather than the good news of the resurrection of Christ and the forgiveness of sins.
Teaching Creation to a lost and dying world makes about as much sense as attempting to teach evolution to Christians. The first group’s eyes are blinded to God’s Words; the latter group’s eyes are opened to them.
Like I said, I was going to write something along those lines, but one of those Pyromaniac guys beat me to the punch. So go read it: The Wrong Miracles.