This course offers a more comprehensive consideration of the defense of Christian faith against intellectual unbelief. Further instruction is given in the nature of apologetics and the formation and implementation of a consistently biblical apologetic methodology. Troubling issues such as the relationship of faith and reason, the nature of biblical inspiration, and the problem of evil, are confronted and resolved.
Books required for this course:
- Religion, Reason, and Revelation (Gordon H. Clark)
- Apologetics to the Glory of God: An Introduction (Frame)
- God, Freedom, and Evil (Plantinga)