APOL 3303 Apologetics for Everyone
Professor Nancy Pearcey
Residential with Full Remote Learning Option
A survey of the contemporary approaches to apologetics, including philosophical apologetics, cultural apologetics, and biblical apologetics. The course will also introduce students to some contemporary issues in apologetics, such as the relationship between science and faith, and common challenges to traditional Christian ethics.
Because this is a course in cultural apologetics, students will learn not simply to argue for the existence of God but also to argue for a biblical worldview as it relates to various aspects of culture such as education, science, government, business, and the arts and humanities. Students will earn three undergraduate credit hours in elective credit from Houston Baptist University.
Tuesdays 2-4:30 pm
NOTE: This class meets once per week
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$1000 per year, 3 units of transferable college credit.
APOL 3303 book list 2020-21