apologist definition

  • noun:
    • someone who argues in security or justification of something, particularly a doctrine, plan, or establishment.
    • person who makes an apology.
    • a person who speaks or writes in protection of a faith, a reason, or an institution.
    • one that makes an apology; a person who speaks or writes in security of a faith, an underlying cause, or an institution; particularly, a person who argues in defense of Christianity.
    • a person who speaks or writes in defense of anything; a person who champions someone or a reason, whether in public target or by literary means; a person who makes an apology or protection.
    • Specifically Eccles., a defender of Christianity; specifically, among authors associated with early Christian apologies.
    • an individual who argues to protect or justify some plan or organization

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