Christian Apologetics

PHIL 294 (3)

Examines the Christian worldview and various issues in Christian apologetics. After considering the biblical basis for Christian apologetics and various methods for engaging in it, a positive case for the Christian faith will be developed using arguments for the existence of God, the deity of Jesus Christ and the divine authority of the Bible. Addresses objections to Christian belief, such as the presence of apparent discrepancies in the Bible, the alleged conflict between science and the Bible, and common misunderstandings of Christianity’s teachings as evidenced in the writings of the New Atheists.
Course Code: PHIL 294 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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