This lesson covers what apologetics is, why it’s necessary, and what a worldview is. In order to talk with people effectively, it’s important to understand how groups of people commonly view the world.
What is truth? Can we know it? Is science the only source of truth?
Should we trust the Bible because it claims to be God’s word? Or are there better and other reasons to trust it? We’ll examine multiple evidences and the reliability of the New Testament.
How did we end up with our current English Bible? How should we deal with claims that the Bible was “just written by men” or that we only have copies? Additionally, should we take the Bible literally? And lastly, do all Biblical promises apply to us today?
What does it mean for God to be all powerful? How should we describe and understand the Trinity. And how can we prove God exists without using the Bible?
What does the Bible say about the age of the Earth, and is it important? Would ancient Israel have read Genesis 1 the way we do today? Additionally, is Evolution the best conclusion, after evaluating the evidence?
How can we best defend unborn life in a persuasive way? How should we act towards homosexuals, and how should we address the policy concerns?
What does it mean to be tolerant? Should Christians be tolerant? What are some tool/tactics we can use to make our case more persuasively?