PRACTICAL APOLOGETICS: THE DEFENSE OF THE FAITH
“What I am saying is true and reasonable.” With these words, the Apostle Paul presented the case for Christ to King Agrippa some two thousand years ago. Today, Christians are also called upon to make the case for Christ before a skeptical world - at the university, in the workplace, even among family and friends.
In the “Practical Apologetics” course being offered at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Summer 2019, students will strengthen their ability to engage in apologetics - the defense of the Faith. Topics include: apologetics and evangelism, the reliability of the Scriptures, evidence and miracles, the existence of God, faith and reason, and scientific apologetics.
The intensive, one-week, one-credit course is ideal for teachers, evangelists, administrators, students, and motivated lay-people who wish to be better equipped with grace and knowledge to win souls for Christ.
The course is full and registration is closed.
If you have questions, please email Rev. Dr. Michael Berg or Dr. Kerry Kuehn.
- DATES: June 10-14, 2019
- TIMES: Classes run from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. daily; there also is an afternoon session on Tuesday from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
- LOCATION: Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee
- CREDIT: Course can be taken for one undergraduate credit ($385), one graduate credit ($545; additional work will be assigned for graduate credit), or as an audited course (no credit)
- HOUSING: On-campus housing will be available (nightly rates: $54 single occupancy; $32 double occupancy; weekly rates: $180 single occupancy; $113 double occupancy)