TH365 Apologetic Evangelism


Teacher: Joe Holden
Credits: 2
Textbook: The Case for Christ
Fulfills: Foundations Elective Class


As Christians living in a religiously pluralistic world, we are sure to be confronted by ideas that pose challenges to Christianity’s most crucial doctrines. Knowing what you believe and why you believe it is imperative if Christianity is going to influence and evangelize modern culture in the public square (Colossians 4:6; Titus 1:9-11; Peter 3:15). This course has been designed to help facilitate the knowledge and demeanor in defending the Faith. The student will be exposed to basic topics and issues from the standpoint of Christian apologetics in order to equip him/her for effective discussions with unbelievers. Such topics as the reliability of the Scriptures, resurrection of Christ, God’s existence, problem of evil, abortion, and the relationship between science and evolution will be addressed.