28 videos that cover all eight chapters of Prove It
2 semester’s worth of apologetic training content
Training designed for anyone who is curious and growing
Over 400 slides with teaching commentary
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This video series covers nineteen educational objectives. These objectives are split up into three big ideas covered in three sections over eight lessons. The three sections are titled “The Big Concepts,” “The Big Contenders,” and “The Big Criticisms.” “The Big Concepts” covers the truth about truth, God, and miracles. “The Big Contenders” covers the truth about world religions and cults. “The Big Criticisms” covers the truth about evil, pain, and suffering. In addition, an optional introductory session is included that is designed for environments where students have little or no previous experience with apologetics.
The following objectives are a comprehensive list of what you can expect to learn from this video series. Although these objectives do not represent every concept covered, it is reasonable to expect that everyone who completes this course should be able to achieve them. The objectives are:
- Define Christian apologetics.
- Explain why Christian apologetics is important.
- Define truth.
- Evaluate this statement: “Christianity is true for you but not for me.”
- Defend this statement: “The Bible is wholly true in all it affirms.”
- List three reasons, other than the Bible, why we know God exists.
- List the three major worldviews.
- Explain how we understand Jesus is God.
- Explain why this statement is false: “Christians claim they worship one God, but they actually worship three: Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and God the Father.”
- Define miracle.
- List three reasons miracles are critical to Christianity.
- Describe three characteristics of a world religion.
- List the four major world religions.
- From a Christian perspective, define cult.
- Describe three ways cults differ from Christianity.
- Explain the differences between a world religion and a cult.
- Answer this question: “If God is good, why did He create evil?”
- Explain why God allows painful things to happen.
- Explain how you would answer a friend who asked you to give a Christian answer to the argument below:
- If God is all-good, He would destroy evil.
- If God is all-powerful, He could destroy evil.
- But evil is not destroyed.
- Therefore, there is no such God.