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Apologetics

APOL3301 Introduction to Apologetics - Dr Paul Henebury
A beginners course in Presuppositional Apologetics. Biblical foundations for apologetics are examined and the right approach to unbelief is discussed.
Module 1 Thinking Correctly About Apologetics
The Christian must understand where they are to be reasoning from before they start to "give a reason for the hope that is within them."
Unit 1 APOL3301 - Course Syllabus
Unit 2 APOL3301 - Lecture 1: A Basic Approach to Unbelief
Unit 3 APOL3301 - Lecture 2: Types of Approach to Apologetics
Unit 4 APOL3301 - Lecture 3: Apologetics from the Bible
Unit 5 APOL3301 - Lecture 4: The Nature and Task of Apologetics
Module 2 Through the Eyes of the Creator: A Revelational Vantage Point
Christians should look at reality God's way, since that IS the correct way to view things and make sense of our existence.
Unit 1 APOL3301 - Lecture 5: The Theological Framework for Doing Apologetics
Unit 2 APOL3301 - Lecture 6: Man's Need of God's Revelation
Unit 3 APOL3301 - Lecture 7: General Revelation or Natural Theology (1)
Unit 4 APOL3301 - Lecture 8: General Revelation or Natural Theology (2)
Unit 5 APOL3301 - Lecture 9: General Revelation or Natural Theology (3)
Unit 6 APOL3301 - Lecture 10: The Creator/Creature Distinction
Module 3 From the Right Viewpoint to Doing Apologetics
We give various samples of the defense of the faith from within a presuppositional (i.e. deliberately Bible-first) perspective
Unit 1 APOL3301 - Lecture 11: The Right Use of Evidence
Unit 2 APOL3301 - Lecture 12: Arguments for Young-Earth Creationism
Unit 3 APOL3301 - Lecture 13: Evolution is Impossible
Unit 4 APOL3301 - Lecture 14: The Creation Worldview
Unit 5 APOL3301 - Lecture 15: The Reliability of the New Testament
Unit 6 APOL3301 - Lecture 16: A Biblical Apologetic
APOL3310 - Introduction to Biblical Worldview - Dr. Paul Henebury
This course describes in plain terms the overall picture of God, man and the world described in the Bible. These concepts are essential to the formation of the Christian Mind.
Module 1 Creation and Structure
This Creator made the world with a structure and a direction.
Unit 1 APOL3310 - Course Syllabus
Unit 2 APOL3310 - Lecture 1: Introduction to Worldview
Unit 3 APOL3310 - Lecture 2: A Created World
Unit 4 APOL3310 - Lecture 3: A Significant World
Unit 5 APOL3310 - Lecture 4: A Structured World
Module 2 Evil Permeates Creation
Although the structure and direction of Creation have not disappeared, evil pervades this age.
Unit 1 APOL3310 - Lecture 5: A Fallen World
Unit 2 APOL3310 - Lecture 6: A Post-Flood World
Unit 3 APOL3310 - Lecture 7: A Moral World
Module 3 Creation and Personality
God's Tri-Personal relationship to the world is seen everywhere, but conspicuously in and through Christ
Unit 1 APOL3310 - Lecture 8: A Trinitarian World
Unit 2 APOL3310 - Lecture 9: A Christological World
Unit 3 APOL3310 - Lecture 10: A Revelatory World
Unit 4 APOL3310 - Lecture 11: A Meaningful World
Unit 5 APOL3310 - Lecture 12: A Doxological World
Module 4 The One Viable Worldview
When it comes down to it, only the Trinitarian-Christological world and life view answers mans deepest questions
Unit 1 APOL3310 - Lecture 13: False Worldviews
Unit 2 APOL3310 - Lecture 14: A Biblically Informed Life
APOL5301 - Apologetics (2) - Dr. Paul Henebury
This more in depth course is designed to show how the Christian should defend the Faith of the Bible without departing from the Bible. It familiarizes the student with the presuppositional method of apologetics associated with Cornelius Van Til, showing how it best lines up with the Bible’s own theology
Module 1 Review of Presuppositonalism
These lectures go over some of the most important basics of Van Til's approach.
Unit 1 APOL5301 - Apologetics (2) Syllabus
Unit 2 APOL5301 - Lecture 1 - A Biblical Apologetic
Unit 3 APOL5301 - Lecture 2 - Learning from the Fall
Unit 4 APOL5301 - Lecture 3 - Antithesis (1)
Unit 5 APOL5301 - Lecture 4 - Antithesis (2)
Module 2 Apologetics and Worldview
Presuppositionalism is very concerned with worldview; but from the standpoint of the exclusivity of the Bible's outlook.
Unit 1 APOL5301 - Lecture 5 - Worldviews (1)
Unit 2 APOL5301 - Lecture 6 - Worldviews (2)
Unit 3 APOL5301 - Lecture 7: Applied Apologetics and Worldview (1)
Unit 4 APOL5301 - Lecture 8: Applied Apologetics and Worldview (2)
Unit 5 APOL5301 - Lecture 9 - The Christian Worldview
Unit 6 APOL5301 - Lecture 10 - The Authority of Christ
Module 3 Thinking and Functioning
Presuppositionalism starts with biblical thinking. It then proceeds to internally critique all-comers.
Unit 1 APOL5301 - Lecture 11: Revelatory Epistemology (1)
Unit 2 APOL5301 - Lecture 12: Revelatory Epistemology (2)
Unit 3 APOL5301 - Lecture 13: Transcendental Argument
Unit 4 APOL5301 - Lecture 14: The Fool and His Folly
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