Apologia (disambiguation)

An apologia is a speech or writing that defends the speaker or author's position.

Apologia may also refer to:

* "Apologia" (album), a 2002 indie album
* "Apologia Pro Vita Sua", a Christian studies book

ee also

* Apology


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