(Watson, 1988) Evolution of Jean Watson’s Carative Factors/Caritas Processes over time |Carative |Caritas Processes |Caritas Literacy (Competencies) | |Factors |(2002-2008) |(From draft of working document subgroup of | |(1979, 1985) |(Some agencies/individuals refer to the Caritas |International Caritas Consortium, June 2007, | | |Processes as “Caring Practices.”) |Watson, J., D’Alfonso, J., Duffy, J., Rigotti,| | | |G., and Woodward, T; modified by Jean Watson, | | | |Jan. 30, 2008) from Watson, J. (2008). | | |
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Notable Apologists A. Justin Martyr B. Tertullian C. Origen D. St. Augustine of Hippo E. Martin Luther F. C.S. Lewis III. Conclusion Notable Apologists – The Defenders of Christianity “Apologetics” is an English term derived from the Greek apologia, which means to ‘give an answer.’ As noted in The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics, Biblical Scripture urges us to “make a defense (apologia) to everyone who asks you to give an account (logos) for the hope (elpidos) that is in you” (Peter 3:15 NASB). (Hindson and Caner 29). As much of Christianity cannot be proven and may not be accepted on faith alone, one must be brought to understand Christianity.
Yet in dwelling in the deeper self, we find God's presence creeping there with us, outside the one thing, in which we have all come to imprison God in – The Bible. The second candle Thurman’s lights, is the Outwardness of religion. I gather from