APOLOGETICS 301-310 Paul R. Bauman-Department Head


APOLOGETICS I (General Biblical Introduction) treats the problems of in­ spiration, canonicity, genuineness and authenticity, Biblical languages and writi n g materials of the Old and New Testaments. Attention is given to the inter-Testament period and the Apocryphal books. Special emphasis is given to a history of the English Bible . -Dr. Bauman APOLOGETICS II (Ch r istian Evidences) examines the proofs of the divine authority of the Christian religion as seen in the Biblical, historical , and archaeological records, and the verification of Christian experience. · -Dr. Bauman APOLOGETICS III (Biblical Archaeology) surveys the field of Archaeology to show how recent discoveries in Egypt, Babylonia, Assyria, and Pales tine witness to the authenticity and infallibility of the Holy Scriptures. -Dr. Bauman APOLOGETICS IV (Bible and Sc ience) reveals the relationship between science and the Bible, including a careful study of the Genesis account of creation in the light of the original text and in the light of scientific facts. Other passages of importance relating to scientific phenomena are con­ sidered in the same manner. -Dr. Bauman APOLOGETICS V (Special Biblical Introduction) is a course designed to acquaint the student with the authenticity of the separate books of the Old and New Testaments, a mastery of the methods and problems of introduc­ tion, formation of the canon, and critical attacks. Prerequisite: Apologetics 301. -Mr. Ramm APOLOGETICS VI (New Testament Archaelogy) presents a general survey of the literary and historical background of the New Testament , including inter-Biblical history, Jewish and pagan customs, and the discoveries of archaeology which bear upon the interpretation of the New Testament. -Dr. Bauman CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY sets forth the adequacy of the Christian religion as a philosophy, and, by comparison with other systems, proves it to be the only adequate philcsophy -Dr. Lowman CHRISTIAN PSYCHOLOGY presents the study of the human mind, based upon the valid conclusions of general psychology, emphasizing its Scriptural foundation, its application to the ministry of evangelism, and the psychology of the "new man." -Dr. Lowman









NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS studies the living religions of the world, con- sidering their philosophy, doctrine, and practices. -Dr. Lowman


CULTS presents a study of modern-day cults. Source material, giving the teachings of the cults, is compared with the corresponding teaching of the Word of God. -Dr. Lowman

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