For many families across the US, school is starting back in just a few days. I hope all parents, however they choose to educate their children, realize the importance of education. It’s about so much more than just “reading, writing, and arithmetic.” As with every area of a child’s life, God’s Word must shape their education, and they must be encouraged to think biblically about what they’re learning. Well, our powerful online apologetics courses help high school and college students do just that.
Students begin with our 15-lesson Foundations in Creation Apologetics course. This self-paced course features online videos, reading assignments, discussion forums to interact with instructors, and quizzes. Students will acquire a solid understanding of creation apologetics, equipping them to stand strong in their faith, think biblically, and more effectively share the gospel with others.
For those who would like to dig deeper, we offer three seven-lesson courses (with another course coming soon!) that build on what students learn in the foundations course mentioned above. Each currently available course focuses on a different branch of science: biology, geology, and astronomy.
These courses are an excellent supplement to a science course for homeschool, Christian, and public school students. They will learn to see these sciences, and interpret what they learn in other courses and on the news, through the lens of Scripture.
While these courses are an excellent resource for high school students, they are designed to be taken by parents, educators, pastors, and others who would like to ground their thinking regarding origins and the age of the earth in God’s Word and creation science and learn creation apologetics. These classes are excellent for anyone seeking to know more science-based apologetics to share with their children, congregation, class, or unbelievers.
Learn more and register today on the education page of our website.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.