The Christian Apologetics course is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and critical thinking abilities necessary to engage in intellectual defense and articulation of the Christian faith. Through an exploration of philosophical, historical, and cultural contexts, students will examine various apologetic approaches and strategies. They will learn how to address objections, respond to skepticism, and present a reasoned defense of the Christian worldview. The course will also emphasize ethical considerations, cultural engagement, and the practical application of apologetics in personal and ministry contexts. Through case studies, dialogue, and reflective exercises, students will deepen their own faith and develop a foundation for effective apologetic ministry.