Course Category: Apologetics

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Apologetics Courses, Dept. of Christian Philosophy

Apologetics I (History): The focus of this class is to serve as an introduction to the history of Christian Apologetics. The course will track Apologetics approaches through the 20 centuries of Christian Thought. This will include Apologetics of the New Testament, during the Patristic era, in the middle ages, during…
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$200.00

Apologetics III

This class is the third Apologetics class which builds upon the previous two classes namely, Apologetics I and Apologetics II. This classes presents a more in-depth study of a few of the topics which were covered in the previous two classes, by reviewing and analyzing articles and papers contributed by…
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$200.00

World Religions

This course (WREL 601) is an introduction to world religions in which other religions are compared to Christianity, especially Coptic Orthodox Christianity. We will address common grounds between these religions and Christianity, as well as differences and divergences. Besides the main Abrahamic religions–Judaism, Christianity, and Islam–you will study Hinduism, Buddhism,…
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$200.00

Comparative Theology

This course (THEO 621) is designed to compare and contrast Coptic Orthodox Christianity to other faiths in the world, including Roman Catholicism, aspects of the Magisterial and Radical Reformation, Evangelicalism, and Pentecostalism. You will also learn about non-mainstream Christians such as Mormons, Christian Science, and Jehovah’s Witnesses, analyzing why exactly…
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$200.00

Orthodox Soteriology

Soteriology is the study of the Lord Jesus Christ’s economy of salvation–His salvific work through His Incarnation, Crucifixion, descent into Hades, Resurrection, Ascension, and glorious Second Coming. As such, this course will focus on these topics in relation to humanity and its participation in this economy. What does the fall…
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$200.00

Marriage Preparation

Whether you are married, single and planning to get married, or single wishing to live celibate, understanding God’s design to unite man and woman in marriage is a biblical truth that requires attentive studying and discussion. St. Athanasius states that, “married Christians belong to the righteous life of the whole…
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$200.00

Contemporary Issues

The growth of the Orthodox Church in many western countries while impressive leaves Her facing many new issues which have not been encountered in the past century. The success of the Church is dependent to a large extent on Her ability to face these issues head-on, equipped to defend and…
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$200.00

Introduction to Apologetics

In this course, you will develop evidence-based skills to defend the Christian faith, understanding scientific, historical, textual and theological ways of verifying and reconstructing Scriptural texts, and begin to understand the background of the New Testament writings. Upon completion of this introductory course, the student should be able to answer…
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$200.00

Addiction & Spirituality

Addictions face too many youth today, and there is no one free from one form of addiction or another. In light of this reality, this course explores Coptic Orthodox perspectives into the intersection of addiction and spirituality. Is addiction a one dimensional problem, or is it composed of biological, psychological,…
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$200.00

Apologetics I

The focus of this class is to serve as an introduction to the field of Christian Apologetics. The course will track Apologetics approaches through the 20 centuries of Christian Thought. This will include Apologetics of the New Testament, Apologetics during the Patristics era, in the Middle ages, during the period…
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$200.00

Bible & Science

Science is often used by non-Christians as evidence against Christianity, though the two are not at odds. This course will explore the compatibility between Scripture and science. To have real conflict and contradiction depends on how an individual defines the Bible and the sciences. If the Bible is described as…
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$200.00

Bioethics & Orthodoxy

This course will offer Christian reflections by Orthodox authors on some of the most controversial bioethical discussions at the fore of contemporary culture. Some topics that will be explored include stem cell research, the use of embryonic stem cells, gene therapy, new definitions of sexuality and marriage, treatment of addictive…
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