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Applied Apologetics: Practical Apologetics Minor (CAGS)


College of Adult and Graduate Studies


School of Biblical and Theological Studies

The minor in Applied Apologetics provides baseline training in apologetic defense of the Christian faith. Basic understanding of Christian apologetics and non-Christian worldviews are augmented with specialized understanding from student-selected topics. The Practical Apologetics emphasis focuses on how science, history, philosophy, archaeology, religious experience, and evidence related to the life and work of Jesus Christ can all be used to argue for the truth of Christianity.

Students may earn a minor in the field by completing the following 18 credit hours and any required prerequisites provided none of the courses are required in the student's major.

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