Theologetic Table of Evidence
Evidence for God, Jesus, The Bible & Sound Christian Theology
How to use the Theologetic Table of Evidence
The Table can be accessed in both vertical and horizontal views. The Menu bar at the top has a Table icon on the far left which links to the table list of evidence. The next icon links to the search function. The third icon is a dropdown of various list view options. And the last icon on the far right links to this instructions page.
There are four subject groups of basic elements. These groups are represented by numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 as well as four different colors. The first subject group is for God and the existence of the divine providing arguments using evidence and logic, to show that an all-powerful, all-knowing, eternal Being exists and created everything in the universe. The second group points to affirmations for Jesus, listing multiple evidences that He is God's Eternal Son who lived, died and rose again to save humanity. The third group shows the evidence of the Bible's textual reliability, inerrancy, and divine inspiration to show that the Bible is more than a trustworthy source to base one's faith on. And the fourth group outlines the aspects of Christianity that skeptics may misrepresent or misunderstand to show how faith in the Bible, Jesus and God is the most logical belief and the basics of Christianity and of theology.
All the basic elements are each one of the 5 different categories represented by letters a - e. The categories are philosophical, mathematical, scientific, historical and theological.
In the Bottom left corner of the basic elements is the type of information of that element represented by either a +, = or both which means it is primarily (+) evidence, (=) an explanation of that subject or sometimes (+/=) both.
The root elements are for subjects that provide a foundation for the basic elements which means various basic elements use ideas and principles outlined in the root elements. These elements are represented with a dotted outline and the category "f" which stands for foundational.
All of the elements each have a name initialism of one or two letters that represent the name of the element.
Each element of the table represents various information for that element. There are also 4 different lists below the table (numerical, categorical, alphabetical and objections) which show the same list of the elements organized in a different way and each item can also be clicked on to bring up those elements. The objections list is a list of different questions and objections answered by specific elements which also link to those corresponding elements.
For Christians, we hope this app will help strengthen your faith and embolden your witness. For skeptics who may view this, we pray you will read this with an open mind and follow the evidence where it leads.
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This is the Root Element section of the Table about the foundational elements that the rest of the Table is built upon. There are 7 elements in this section. The following are the lists of basic elements under each of the foundational elements they are built upon;