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15 Free Courses in Apologetics You Can't Miss

Christian apologetics is that branch of Christianity that deals with answering any and all critics who oppose or question the revelation of God in Christ and the Bible. It can include studying such subjects as biblical manuscript transmission, philosophy, biology, mathematics, evolution, and logic. But it can also consist of simply giving an answer to a question about Jesus or a Bible passage. The latter case is by far the most common and you don’t have to read a ton of books to do that.

C.S. Lewis Institute | Basic Apologetics Course

The Basic Apologetics Course is designed for those who wish to be better equipped to reach non-believers by giving honest answers to honest questions with gentleness and respect. This 20-lecture series includes four sets: Reasons for Faith, Responding to Atheism, Objections to Faith and Responding to New Age and Cults.

J. Warner Wallace | Please Convince Me Academy

Welcome to the Please Convince Me Academy! This course is available FREE OF CHARGE. Simply click the large download icon to access the download folder, then select the materials you need to train yourself or to use in small group training.

Biola | Ethics at the Edge of Life

Advances in medical procedures, technologies, and drugs have made issues of life and death more and more complicated. As Christians, because we care deeply about life and death issues, we are often tagged as people who are standing against progress and the relief of suffering.

Scott Oliphint | Apologetics 101

Rev. Dr. K. Scott Oliphint (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. Dr. Oliphint’s academic interests include Cornelius Van Til’s apologetics, the relationship between Christian apologetics and philosophy, and the doctrine of God.

Dr. Douglas Groothuis | Apologetics Course

Dr. Groothuis is a gifted communicator who has the ability to challenge the highest level thinkers while remaining accessible to those who are not as academically inclined. He has spoken and preached on a wide range of topics, and that range expands every year. Some general categories in which he is competent 8801are theistic arguments, attacks on Christianity (the new atheism and similar movements), non-Christian spiritualities, cultural and social criticism, comparative religion, and C.S. Lewis.

William Edgar | Apologetics

Dr. Edgar belongs to a number of learned societies, including the American Musicological Society, the Evangelical Theological Society, the American Historical Association, and the Society for Ethnomusicology. He serves on several boards, including the Huguenot Fellowship (President). He is on the editorial committee of La Revue Réformée. He regularly takes part as a speaker in the Veritas Forum programs. He also serves on the Institutional Review Board and the Medical Ethics Committee of The Chestnut Hill Hospital.

Stand Firm | Apologetics Course

Stand Firm is a sixteen-lesson video-driven introductory apologetics course that may be used for group or individual study. The individual videos are each about half an hour long and should be viewed prior to answering the discussion questions in the study guide.

Reformed Theological Seminary on iTunes U

The mission of Reformed Theological Seminary is to serve the Church by preparing its leaders, through a program of graduate theological education, based upon the authority of the inerrant Word of God, and committed to the Reformed Faith.

Apologetics & Outreach | Covenant Theological Seminary

An analysis of the philosophical, religious, and scientific beliefs that shape culture, and how to communicate the gospel accordingly.

Christian Apologetics | Ron Nash

BiblicalTraining.org is not-for-profit ministry that gives all people access to a world-class Christian education. We are broadly evangelical, governed by our Statement of Faith and not tied to any one church, denomination or tradition. Our classes range from new believers to biblical literacy (“Foundations”), leadership development (“Leadership”), and seminary-level training (“Institute”).

Apologetics & Evangelism | The Master's Seminary

A careful biblical and theological development of a consistent apologetic. The course provides a basis for the evaluation of various empirical systems as well as a working knowledge of presuppositionalism for use in all aspects of practical ministry. Evangelism is then studied within this framework to present the student with a consistent gospel presentation for biblical evangelism.

Handout Apologetics | John Gerstner

Christian apologetics is that which deals with answering any and all critics who oppose or question the revelation of God in Christ and the Bible. This study explores a whole host of doctrines important to the church and defends them all against common objections and misconceptions. Working through this series will challenge and equip you to defend the faith.

Christian Apologetics | Our Daily Bread Christian University

“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have” (1 Peter 3:15 NIV). Even in today’s anti-Christian culture, Peter’s words still ring true. Apologetics have long played an important role in explaining and defending Christian truth. Each new generation of believers is told to give an explanation for the hope they have in Christ. Through the ages, Christ’s followers have prepared themselves for such a task. The study of apologetics shows how to grapple with the relationship between faith and facts and will build your confidence in sharing your faith with others.

John Robbins | Introduction to Apologetics

In 1973 Dr. Robbins became Legislative Assistant to a Member of Congress from Indiana, Earl Landgrebe, and subsequently worked, over the next 20 years, in several capacities for several public policy institutions: The Heritage Foundation (Economic Analyst), The Templeton Foundation (Consultant), Western Islands (Editor), Tax Reform Immediately (National Director), The Foundation for Economic Education (Editor of The Freeman), and The Institute for Policy Innovation (President). He served as Legislative Assistant (1976, 1979-1981) and Chief of Staff (1981-1985) to a Member of Congress from Texas, Dr. Ron Paul.

Open Biola | Introduction to Apologetics

Dr. Jon Rittenhouse addresses some of the primary issues confronting Christianity today. In addition to defending the conventions of Christian thought and ideology, Rittenhouse reveals the inconsistencies of many rival viewpoints including scientism and relativism.

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