Church History and Apologetics Classes
Recently, I had the opportunity of teaching two classes for my local church, on the subjects of Church History and Apologetics.
Chris asked me to post them, so here they are!
Note: I wasn’t professionally recorded – I did it myself – so the quality is only so-so.
Church History: I used a primarily biographical method in teaching a quick overview of the history of the Church – and it’s isn’t nearly as comprehensive as many classes might be. It’s only 12 sessions, so I obviously had to go fairly quickly. This was taught as an introduction to the Apologetics classes.
Apologetics: Basic Biblical Training: This is a 16-session course concerned with teaching the foundation and method for a Biblical apologetic, while responding to a variety of objections, cults, and groups in opposition to the Christian faith.
My prayer is that this will be a springboard into a much deeper study of these topics.
[…] importance of studying history. Church history is one of the most important areas of study for the apologetic endeavor. Macleod writes that “the idea of the generation of the Son was used by the fathers in three […]
[…] On the contrary, I believe I’m on firm ground when I say, after having recently taught a church history class focusing on the usage of Sola Scriptura in history, and the elements of presuppositionalism found […]
are the links working?
Should be fixed.
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