I know the 2018–2019 school year isn’t over yet, so you probably don’t want to start thinking about the next school year! However, we think you’ll be excited about our recently upgraded resources that you can use now or next school year: online creation apologetics courses. These courses (available to start whenever you’re ready) are perfect for high school students—as well as parents, teachers (including Sunday school teachers), and pastors.
We offer two introductory courses that lay the foundation for a thorough understanding of creation apologetics. During these self-paced courses, you’ll learn about the authority of Scripture, the creation and evolution issue and how to properly understand it, how science confirms the Bible, a biblical worldview, and apologetics. These two courses truly equip students and adults alike to think biblically about issues of origins, the age of the earth, cultural matters of the day, and more.
These two courses truly equip students and adults alike to think biblically about issues of origins, the age of the earth, cultural matters of the day, and more.
We also offer four advanced courses:
If your students love science or are interested in pursuing it in post-secondary education, I strongly encourage you to enroll them in these courses, starting with the foundations’ courses and then the advanced courses. It will help them develop a biblical worldview regarding science and the Bible and enable them to defend what they believe to others.
Actually, these courses are not just for high school or college students, if you’re a parent, teacher, or pastor, these resources are for you too. They will equip you to share and defend the truth of God’s Word with others, including those in your family, church, and public or Christian school. The courses are all self-paced, making it ideal for those with busy lives.
You can learn more and register for these courses on the education page of our website.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.