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Amid the pluralism and secularism of Western culture, Christian apologetics has experienced a renewal of interest. In the Apologetics at the Cross course, Joshua D. Chatraw and Mark D. Allen provide you with an introduction to the field of apologetics, exploring the rich history, biblical foundation, and ongoing relevance of apologetics. With their respectful approach, Chatraw and Allen equip you to engage skeptics with the heart as well as the mind.
Conversational and accessible, this course provides an introduction to the field of apologetics. You will be informed and equipped for engaging a wide range of contemporary challenges with the best in Christian thought.
Learn from the world's leading Christian scholars—with all-inclusive, self-guided study packages.
Exclusively available at Christianbook, Zondervan's new Video Lecture Course Bundles offer students thorough, meaningful explorations of biblical, theological, and practical ministry topics.
Each Course Bundle includes:
Course guides have been designed to equip you with tools to aid your study. Most chapters begin with a “You Should Know” section, which highlights key terminology, people, and facts for a helpful summary. Next come reflection questions, typically two or three per chapter, that prompt you to review and assess key points you’ve learned. Discussion questions follow to invite you to an even deeper level of engagement. Finally, most chapters end with a short quiz and answer key to test your retention.
You’ll have everything you need for a rich and productive learning experience—at your own pace, on your own schedule—in an approachable, easy-to-follow format.
|Title: Apologetics at the Cross - Video Lecture Course Bundle|
By: Joshua D. Chatraw, Mark D. Allen
Format: Other, N/A
|Publication Date: 2018|
Weight: 1 pound 13 ounces
Stock No: WW524687X
Joshua Chatraw (PhD, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) serves as the director for New City Fellows and the Resident Theologian at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. His books include Apologetics at the Cross, Cultural Engagement, Truth in a Culture of Doubt, and Truth Matters. He is a fellow with the Center for Pastor Theologians and has served in both pastoral and academic posts during his ministry.
Mark D. Allen (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, D.Min. Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) serves as the Chair of Liberty University's Biblical and Theological Studies Department and the Director of the Greek Program. His Ph.D. from Notre Dame focused on Christianity and Judaism in antiquity and his dissertation dealt with Old Testament critical scholarship. Mark brings twenty years of church planting and pastoral experience.