Apologetics.com is pleased to announce the release of our new logo!

There were a few reasons for changing from our past logo to our new one. One reason was that the ambiguous triangle, while representing the Trinity, could also have been interpreted as a molecule. That could indicate our organization as being more science-oriented like some other apologetics ministries. However, our organization has a more ecumenical approach not only in content but also in method. We’re friendly to a lot of different styles or approaches to apologetics, just like how we’d invite others to sit in the shade with us to talk about the things of God.

What we kept: We decided to keep the primary color of our logo for a few of reasons. From a theological standpoint, the color red symbolizes the shed blood of Christ. Our ultimate goal is to persuade others to the truth claims of Christianity, the center of which is Christ. It’s also a color that symbolizes caution, danger and warnings — things we do when we engage in apologetics. 

What we modified:  We downplayed the “.com” in our new logo, changed fonts, and incorporated the image of a tree. The tree symbolizes many things, like the importance of being firmly-rooted in Christ (Col 2:7, Eph 3:17) and the tree of life (Gen 2:9, Prov 11:30, Rev 2:7). The seasons that our organization has seen is also reflected in Jeremiah 17:8: “They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit.” Lastly, we hope to be “like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that brings forth its fruit in its season, whose leaf also shall not wither; and whatever [we do] shall prosper.” – Psalm 1:3