Apoligetics never made a Christian for the cause.
A Christian must be born, to take up arms and fight in wars.
Philosophy and argument with intellect debating,
Is such a foreign concept, to the Word just not relating.
Where’re the mighty deeds of Justin, for all his pen could write,
We should pattern after Martin, be a hero in the fight.
Best and Bosworth argued, to prove themselves each right
But all of that was nothing in the presence of the Light.
Round and round the words can go, but all that will confound,
When inspiration strikes, is one sentence so profound.
Philosophers are silenced then, though the simple stand alone
But just like David all it takes is one inspired stone.