Middle/High Apologetics and Worldview Training class for homeschool students
Welcome the apologetics and worldview training class. I am excited
about this year and look forward to working with you. We live in a world that is increasingly pluralistic
and hostile to the teachings of the Bible. By the end of the semester/year, your student will be better prepared to face that
world. To be tough-minded disciples, students must be able to articulate not just what they believe but why they believe it.
This class will prepare them to do that. I look forward to deepening our faith in our God with your son/daughter.
Here are the expected student outcomes for this class.
- Students will be able to better answer tough
questions from skeptical friends.
- Students will be able
to make a positive case for the following topics: Creation, the Bible, Jesus as Messiah and God, the Resurrection,
traditional Christianity, a biblical worldview, truth, the problem of evil and other apologetic topics.
- Students will be able to better articulate the basic teachings of Christianity.
- Students will be able to better analyze worldviews and help build bridges
- Students will learn questioning skills that will
allow them to skillfully and respectfully answer questions from skeptical friends.
2. The Organization of the Course
In the first semester(September 11, 2014-Jan 22. 2015- Topics: Case for Truth, Case for Creation,
Case for the Bible, Case for traditional Christianity, Case for Jesus as Messiah, Case for Jesus as God, Case for the Resurrection).
In the second semester (January 29, 2015 - May 21, 2015) Topics: The Clash of Worldviews, Answering the problem of evil, Case
for Miracles, Cults and World Religions, Cultural Apologetics, Apologetics and Sharing the Gospel.
The class will consist of lectures, discussions, debates, role playing and games. The class will have use of the
latest technology including Smat boarrd, Ipads, internet, DVD player.
Class Time: Thursdays 3:30pm-5:30pm
300 Fischer Ave
Mesa, Ca, 92626
Tuition and fees: $175
total for semester (includes tuition, curriculum,
and facility donation)
Please add $25 for each additional
family member. Parents are free.
Class Dates: Fall (2014) Sept. 11, 18, 25; Oct.2, 9,16, 23, 30; Nov. 6, 13, 20;
4, 11, 18.
(2015) Jan. 8, 15,22.