Apologetics Concentration

To add depth to the required curriculum, a student may elect a concentration for further study. A broader scope of primary source readings becomes available, giving the student an enriched “Great Books” education. This is an excellent choice for all students interested in ministry.

Course TitleCourse NumberHours
Introduction to Christian ApologeticsPHI 12033
Cultural ApologeticsPHI 31233
Philosophy of ReligionPHI 41033
Apologetics Electives (Logic I, Logic II, Ethics, Philosophical Anthropology, Metaphysics, Epistemology, History of Philosophy, Contemporary Worldviews)6


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