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Dr. Sean McDowell and J Warner Wallace conduct a seminar on how to teach apologetics to Generation Z. This video was recorded during one of the Apologetics Weekend Seminar series in the Fall of 2019. Watching time: approximately 12 hrs.
Dr. William Lane Craig explores arguments for one of the most important doctrines of the Christian faith: the resurrection.
In November 2019, EPS presented its 18th conference in partnership with Biola University and Maranatha Chapel in San Diego, CA. Joining us for this year's conference were Gary Habermas, William Lane Craig, Sean McDowell, J Warner Wallace, JP Moreland, Craig Hazen and many more!
Sean McDowell is an Assistant Professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University. This weekend seminar explored his work on the fate of the apostles.
A deep investigation of the common points of interest among Muslim and Christian apologists, as well as a closer exploration into evangelism to Muslims. It is an in-depth focus on a specific contemporary issue in the science and religion dialogue.
This is approximately 16 hours of lecture on practical ways to tactically defend the truth claims of Christianity. This is part of several weekend seminars we offer year-round.
Explore the questions of the nature of consciousness, whether human beings are purely physical beings, mental states, and others at a weekend seminar on “Philosophy of Neuroscience” with Mihretu Guta, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Biola University.
In November 2016, EPS presented its 15th conference in partnership with Biola University and Trinity Baptist Church. Joining us for this year's conference were Alister McGrath, William Lane Craig, Paul Copan, Tim McGrew, Michael Bird and many more!
William Lane Craig is one of the world's leading philosophers of religion and holds the position of research professor of philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University.
The Certificate Program is an accessible way to begin studying the field of apologetics. We invite you to come learn about the relevancy and importance of the apologetics conversation today.
Lectures and plenary sessions from the 2017 Evangelical Philosophical Association Apologetics Conference in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
Dr. Fred Sanders identifies and defines the Trinity while investigating selected topics in Trinitarian theology. He identifies the major issues surrounding the Trinity and equips attendees with the skills to communicate doctrine to those they may come in contact with on a daily basis.
A stimulating two-day lecture on Bioethics with Dr. Scott Rae. Look at Christian apologetic responses to some of the most critical ethical issues of the day coming from biomedical research and practice. The course addresses the difficult questions involved in areas such as human reproduction, abortion, end-of-life issues, genetic technologies, euthanasia and more.
Dr. Carl Mosser unpacks the controversial topic of Mormonism. This seminar is a survey of the history and theology of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints (i.e., Mormonism). Dive deep into to understanding Joseph Smith and Mormonism’s foundational period, Mormonism as a worldview, and developments in LDS theology. Biblical, theological and philosophical assessment of the Mormon worldview are offered from the position of historic Christian orthodoxy.
Ken Samples leads the discussion on the beliefs, practices, and sacred texts of the major non-Christian religious traditions of the East and West. He examines the various belief systems while teaching how Christians can effectively communicate and defend the Gospel to people of other faiths. Ken Samples is an expert in this topic and shows great passion to teach others about the relevance of Christianity.
Lectures and plenary sessions from the 2018 Evangelical Philosophical Association Apologetics Conference in Parker CO.