- 50 credits (approximately 2-3 years)
- Available on campus and online
- Emphasizes contemporary articulation of the Christian faith in critical dialogue with non-Christians
The MA Apologetics equips students to make a defense for the Christian faith among philosophical worldviews that are opposed to the biblical witness. Students will graduate from the program with a deep, historic grasp of the Christian faith and the ability to clearly articulate a compelling case for Christianity.
This degree is for anyone who wants the ability to think critically about philosophical claims, create defenses for Christianity, and interact with people from a wide variety of backgrounds for the sake of the gospel.
The entire program can be completed online, allowing you to participate in the program from anywhere in the world.
|BT 500||The Bible's Authority and Interpretation||2|
|OT 516||Old Testament History and Interpretation||3|
|NT 516||New Testament History and Interpretation||3|
|NT 531||The Gospels Inductive Bible Study||3|
|HT 604||History of Christian Thought||3|
|ST 504||Christ, Revelation, God, and Humanity||3|
|ST 505||Salvation, Holy Spirit, Church, and Last Things||3|
|AP 500||Approaches to Apologetics||3|
|AP 601||Apologetics in Cultural Change||3|
|PH 504||Philosophy of Christian Religion||3|
|PH 610||Moral Theology and the Gospel||3|
|HT 609||Comparative Religious Traditions||3|
|General Apologetics Electives||6|
|AP 750||Apologetics Qualifying Thesis/Project||3|
|DS 505||Discipleship and Spiritual Formation||3|
For detailed program information, please see the academic catalog.