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International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights
Where: Strasbourg, France
What: Ten subjects in apologetics taught in English by professors in residence. Each subject covered for a minimum of 4 hours. Total class instruction time is approximately 45 hours. A reading list will be provided for preparation. Subjects include: The Apologetic Task Today, Philosophical Apologetics, Scientific Apologetics, Historical Apologetics, Legal Apologetics and Human Rights, Apologetics and Medical Issues, Cults, Sects and the World's Religions, The New Age and the Occult, Biblical Authority Today and open discussion. Completion of coursework provides opportunity to receive U.S academic credit. Open to university, college, and seminary students.
Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics
Where: Oxford, England
What: Christian Apologetics with programs ranging from one week to one year. Please click on Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics link above for detailed information regarding individual programs offered by OCCA.
If you are interested in any of the above programs and would like more information, please visit the links listed above or contact us.