Feminist Criticism of the Bible and What We Need to Know

By Dianna Newman, Hi, my name is Dianna Newman. I’m a graduate of Southern Evangelical Seminary, having earned by MA degrees in Apologetics and Philosophy. The title of my session at this year’s National Conference on Christian Apologetics is Feminist Criticism of the Bible and What We Need to Know. I’m very excited to present […]

Three Reasons to Complete a Degree in Christian Apologetics

By Dr. Douglas E. Potter, I never intended to be a professional apologist, professor, or even administrator in a Christian school of higher education. I just wanted to learn more and be better equipped so Christ might use me more effectively. I now have two earned degrees in Christian apologetics. I have been employed for […]

Five Errors When Arguing for the Existence of God

By Dr. Douglas E. Potter,  Over the years that I have been teaching Christian apologetics and theology to seventh graders through doctoral students, five (5) misconceptions regarding arguments for the existence of God consistently show themselves. My students come from both secular and Christian educational backgrounds. I would often excuse those with the misconceptions as […]

Aquinas or Van Til? Testimony of a Campus Minister

By Chris Van Allsburg, Recently, Reformed theologian and presuppositionalist K. Scott Oliphint [1] criticized Southern Evangelical Seminary (SES) for holding to the classical method in apologetics at a conference in Phoenix called Reformcon. Having moved away from presuppositionalism, I feel it is appropriate to respond.  Now, presuppositionalism was my meat and potatoes for nearly a decade […]

Course: Ethics

  Richard Land, Ph.D. Module 3 Course(s) (May 16th-21st | | Mon. – Fri. 6:00pm-10:30pm | Sat. 8:00am-4:30pm) Ethics AP412 Syllabus  Ethics AP512 Syllabus DESCRIPTION* *This is a summary of AP512, which is a M.A. level course. If you are interested in the full description of AP512 download the AP512 Syllabus. *If you are interested in […]

Course: The Book of Daniel

  Thomas Howe, Ph.D. Module 5 Course(s) (June 6th-11th | Mon. – Fri. 6:00pm-10:30pm | Sat. 8:00am-4:30pm) OT428/528 Daniel Syllabus DESCRIPTION An in-depth study of the book of Daniel focusing on the prophetic message as the paradigm for understanding biblical Prophecy…The prophecies of the book of Daniel are foundational for an understanding of a Dispensational/Premillenial perspective, […]