Apologetics Seminars

 

Uncovering the Truth about Jihad in Islam

by Steven Martins

October 30, 2015

Where do jihadists find the support for their convictions and terrorist actions? How do we understand the popular refrain that Islam is a religion of peace? 

 

Building a Vision for Engagement in the Public Square

by Joe Boot

October 11, 2012

Building the theological groundwork for understanding a Christian's relationship to the public sphere.

 

Wise as Serpents, Gentle as Doves

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

A Christian apologist gives a defense, a rational justification of the Christian faith.

 

Eternity in His Presence

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

Only the humble and contrite enter the eternal presence of God.

 

The Uniqueness of God as Trinity Part 1

by L.T. Jeyachandran

January 1, 2005

The doctrine of the trinity is central to the defense of the faith.

 

The Uniqueness of God as Trinity Part 2

by L.T. Jeyachandran

January 1, 2005

The doctrine of the trinity is central to the defense of the faith.

 

The Apologetics of St. Augustine

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

Resisting the influences of pagan philosophies, Augustine set forth an apologetic based on the supreme authority of God’s self-revelation in Scripture

 

A Time to Search

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

When the God of the Bible is the beginning and end, our time takes on significance, meaning, and purpose.

 

Gospel Net in the Sea of Faith

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

Holding to the authority of Christ and Scripture, we preserve the integrity of the gospel in evangelism and apologetics

 

Hold the Line on Biblical Authority

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

Christians need to maintain a high view of Scripture in order to be able to properly defend and present a consistent Gospel message in our culture.

 

The Book of Origins

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005 | Genesis 1

This lecture explores the importance of Genesis and origins for the Christian worldview.

 

The Cradle, the Grave and the Glory

by Joe Boot

January 1, 2005

People fail to understand Christmas because they fail to connect the cradle of Christ with His death and resurrection.