ABOUT THE CERTIFICATION
Research indicates that over 25% of the general population in America identifies as "religiously non-affiliated." Furthermore, the average teenager is not sure if they can know if God exists. Moreover, many church leaders and parents are not prepared to answer the toughest objections to the Christian faith. What if every congregation had a local scholar who had the tools to train and educate God's people to defend the truth of the Christian Worldview?
Through the Harbinger Theological Seminary Graduate Certification in Apologetics, students train to communicate a Christian worldview reverently, with intelligence, boldness, confidence, and compassion. Students establish foundational skills in philosophy, apologetics, textual criticism, and history. Upon completion, the student will have the tools to engage the current cultural climate, develop an intellectual foundation to train others in basic apologetics, and grow their relationship with God.
This Certification is an 18-hour "stand-alone" credential but will transfer into Harbinger's Master's Degree, which requires an additional 18-hours of graduate study.
REQUIRED COURSES (18-HOURS)
Associate Professor Dean J. Meadows, M.A.