This course consists of 30 sessions each around 25-30 minutes in length covering all major aspects of the field of Christian Apologetics. There are also 800+ on-screen slides throughout the course to make it easier to pause and take notes.
The length of these lectures makes them perfect for a wide range of application:
- Seminary and university courses
- Personal study
- Small-group study
- Homeschool classes
With hundreds-of-millions of followers across the globe, Christianity has, for centuries, stood at the forefront of intellectual thought. Recently, however, many have begun to question the Christian Worldview. The faith of many has been shaken by the perceived divide between faith and science.
Should Christians be worried that their beliefs don’t measure up in an age of modernity?
The Course: List of Lectures
- Introduction to Apologetics
- The Biblical Basis for Apologetics
- Logic, Methodology, and Worldview Analysis
- Apologetical Limits and the Christian Worldview
- Objections to Christianity
- Truth: Defined and Defended (Part 1)
- Truth: Defined and Defended (Part 2)
- The Search for and Significance of Truth
- The Place of Prudence in Apologetics
- Objections to Natural Theology
- The Ontological Argument
- The Cosmological Argument
- The Design Argument
- Darwin and Intelligent Design (Part 1)
- Darwin and Intelligent Design (Part 2)
- The Moral Argument
- The Religious Experience Argument
- The Uniqueness of Humanity
- Deposed Royalty: Pascal’s Anthropological Argument
- Jesus and History
- Claims and Credentials of Jesus
- The Incarnation of Jesus
- The Resurrection of Jesus (Part 1)
- The Resurrection of Jesus (Part 2)
- The Problem of Religious Pluralism
- The Problem of Islam
- The Problem of Evil
- The Problem of Hell
- Apologetics and the Old Testament
- Taking It to the Streets
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