Stuart, what a privilege to have you out here in the community discussion! Thanks for doing this.
I find in some apologetic communities that many people just beginning to learn apologetics are often looking for a home run proof that will answer questions once and for all. I don’t think actual proofs exist. But I still think we can have great rational confidence in the truth of Christianity, and good apologetics can help here.
I think the “proof” comes in our own personal conversion and real encounter with Jesus that leads to radical transformation and relational knowledge/certainty. (Taste and see that the Lord is good.)
This lack of “proofs” along with a call to display intellectual humility will sometimes lead skeptics to pounce on these as defeaters. What do you think is the best way to convey to a skeptic our necessity for intellectual humility and a near constant role for ongoing belief revision in many areas of knowledge and life? What are some good ways to help fellow apologists understand these things too in light of the desire of some to have set responses and home run answers?