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PhD Apologetics and Culture

Apologetics and Culture

The purpose of the PhD in Apologetics and Culture is to prepare persons to teach within an academic setting or work within a church and/or campus ministry seeking to have an effective apologetic voice by understanding and engaging culture with the truth claims of Christ.

Students applying to this program must meet all the requirements of the PhD program as stated in the Seminary Catalogue. In addition, students must have a minimum of 12 hours in philosophy and/or apologetics with a minimum of a grade of ‘B’ in each of the courses. Applicants must participate in a personal interview with an approved area faculty member who is to serve as the student’s major professor.

PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

TOTAL HOURS

60

STANDARD COMPLETION TIME

3-4 Years

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What are some courses I will take?

Below is a sample of required courses. To see the full list, view the academic catalog.

  • PHI 9600 - Problem of Evil 
  • PHI 9700 - Christianity and Culture 
  • PHI 9850 - Miracles and the Resurrection 
  • PHI 9900 - Current Topics in Philosophy of Religion 
  • PHI 9930 - Christian Faith and Science

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who will teach me?

JAMES DEW


Associate Professor of History of Ideas and Philosophy

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BRUCE A. LITTLE


Senior Professor of Philosopy

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GREG WELTY


Professor of Philosophy

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