I am not a biblical apologist. Some do provide good arguments for their faith, but it is not necessary that they do, for faith would exist with or without them. Not every Christian in the world has the same intellect, and faith was not meant for only those who can reason well.
There are certain Christians who will make it clear that their faith is based on reasoning. Certainly, for those of us who have experienced the signs and wonders know that there is solid evidence for having faith. This is not, however, a prerequisite for faith. Of the billions of converts to Christianity over the years, there are millions without much reasoning ability at all because faith is not some gift meant only for intellectual elitists. It is merely a gift given freely to those whom God deems he would gift with what I believe to be a free will acceptance or rejection to those it is offered. Some people do not believe in the free will acceptance or rejection, but that is not the point here.
I do not and will not apologize for my faith. It is not something I need to intellectualize. It is not something for which I am ashamed to associate myself with those who have also been gifted without reasoning ability equal to my own.
Christians are no different from anyone else. The group contains murderers, thieves, adulterers, egomaniacs, and all kinds of undesirable people. Practicing Christians of God’s Word tend not to succumb to these things as often because they are guided by God, but we all sin at times. The group also contains people of all levels of intellect. I would much prefer to be associated with the kind of Christian that the world deems a moron than a Christian who feels the necessity to divorce himself from those Christians who rely on their faith alone. If a Christian feels it is necessary to separate from the idiots of the world who have faith because it is demeaning to that Christian to be associated, perhaps Christianity is not what that person should profess. God honors those idiots, and if those idiots are good enough for God, they’re good enough for me.