- Alleged biblical contradictions
- Biblical integrity and manuscript proofs
- Hebrew writing styles
- Biblical archaeology
- Biblical genealogie
- Biblical compromise positions
- Consequences of the Flood and Babel
- Discussion forums where instructors and students can interact
- Online quizzes with immediate feedback
- Online videos with integrated study guides
- Live chats with the instructors
- Independent projects that apply what you have learned
- Reading assignments that will engage and equip you
Upon completing the course, students will be able to:
- Debunk claims that the Bible contradicts itself in many places
- Explain the authority of the Bible based on its internal consistency and manuscript integrity
- Describe how different writing styles are used in different sections of the Old Testament
- Describe archaeological finds that confirm the Bible’s accounts
- Use biblical genealogies to defend a 6,000 year age for the earth
- Refute compromise positions such as intelligent design and progressive creationism base on biblical authority
- Communicate the consequences of the Flood and the Babel account as described in Genesis 1–11
- A certificate of completion will be awarded to those finishing the course with a final score of 75% or higher. In addition, those who pass the course can receive 2 ACSI-accredited Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 1 in biblical studies and 1 in educational studies.
- Students should expect to spend 6–8 hours per week working on the assignments and participating in discussion forums. Complete the coursework at your own pace within each week-long block. More time may be required on weeks that include an independent project.
- The advanced courses are open for enrollment but build on information from the CAP 101 Foundations in Creation Apologetics course. Students are expected to have a firm grasp on presuppositional apologetics to be successful in any advanced course.