Christian Evidences is a systematic presentation of objective evidences to support the claims of Christianity.  Christian Evidences 1 will examine two fundamental questions: "Does God exist?" and "Is the Bible reliable?"  In addition, the evidence for the deity of Jesus Christ and for miracles will be explored.  Included in the lectures are practical applications and answers for today's critics.

Course Description

An overview of the New Testament emphasizing the distinctive purpose, message, background, and theological contribution of each book. The course will also give attention to geographical, chronological, and historical elements that help shed light on the New Testament.

Please note: This course is designed to provide a big picture overview of the history and message of the New Testament.  It is not designed to produce a verse-by-verse or even chapter-by-chapter commentary on the New Testament.

The student will be given a survey of the 10 major doctrines of the Bible: Theology Proper, Bibliology, Christology, Pneumatology, Angelology and Satanology, Anthropology, Hamartiology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology. Special attention will be given to the central passages of Scripture dealing with each doctrine.