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Apologetics

The Bachelor of Arts in Apologetics is designed to provide wide exposure to apologetic topics as well as different philosophies while refining a God-honoring philosophy reflecting reality and the revelation of the Creator. Students will also refine critical thinking skills through analysis, discussion, and argumentation.

Program Objectives:

  • To equip graduates to defend the orthodox, historic faith from a variety of attacks.
  • To prepare graduates to present and persuasive case for the Christian faith to people of various worldviews.
  • To develop ways to build bridges from false religions and philosophies back to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
  • To build a comprehensive, God-honoring Christian philosophy.
  • To demonstrate proficiency in research for preparation to enter graduate studies in apologetics or philosophy of religion.

Program At A Glance

Degree Requirements

This program includes 33 hours in Bible/Theology, 12 hours in Professional Studies, and 39 hours in General Education (including many PHI and APOL courses).

Total Hours

90 hours

Standard Completion Time

2 years in addition to the AA

Delivery Method

Campus

What Courses Will I Take?

Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.

  • Logic & Critical Thinking
  • Apologetic Systems
  • Christian Apologetics to Islam
  • Problems in Contemporary Apologetics
  • Philosophy of Hermeneutics

What Can I Do With This Degree?

  • Lead in evangelism seminars within your church and community.
  • Continue into an Apologetics program at the graduate level.

Who Supervises This Program?

For more information concerning this program, contact:

Thomas McCuddy
Professor of Apologetics
tmccuddy@ccbs.edu

Who Will Teach Me?

Thomas McCuddy

Thomas McCuddy

Professor of Apologetics

Dr. Harry Ghee

Dr. Harry Ghee

Professor of Philosophy

Dr. Chris Dickerson

Dr. Chris Dickerson

Professor of Preaching