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Worldview & Apologetics 9AM: Semester 2

9:00 - 10:00 am Level B (Older Class) With Kerri Vincent

  • Ended
  • 250 US dollars
  • Thurston County

Service Description

What is a worldview? How are we shaped by our worldview? What does Apologetics mean? The word Apologetics stems from the Greek word Apologia which simply stated means “An answer given in reply.” I Peter 3:15 says to honor Christ, “……always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect.” In this course, students will be encouraged to take a close look at the core tenants of their Christian faith as they begin to articulate what they believe and why they believe it. It is so crucial as our students grow up and head out into the bigger world that they have confidence that their God is mighty and their Christian faith is compatible with reason! We all know the importance as followers of Christ to always be humble and growing in our knowledge of the Scriptures, continually being equipped to engage in God-appointed discussion with believers and unbelievers alike. Through object lessons, group activities, and opportunities for student-lead/teacher-facilitated conversation, students will gain a deeper confidence and comfort level as they live out and speak about their faith. This class also pairs well with Intro to Speech & Debate as a 2-hour block and a discount is available if enrolled in both courses. Offered 2022-2023


Cancellation Policy

Refunds are not available nor are bookings transferable for homeschool community classes. Other programs like Educational Endeavors classes may be transferable. Please feel free to ask if you have any questions. This policy helps keep our small class sizes sustainable if multiple people cancel.


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