Residential Degree in Theology & Apologetics: Writing & Literature
Use literature to impact today’s culture for Christ with Liberty’s Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Apologetics: Writing and Literature degree.
Explore the connection between literature, theology, and apologetics. Study the unique discipline of literary apologetics. With literary apologetics, you’ll be able to use your writing to present the truth of Scripture to others.
Influential authors in the field of literary apologetics include C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, G.K. Chesterton, George MacDonald, Madeleine L’Engle, John Bunyan, and Lew Wallace.
Academics: Writing & Literature Cognate
120 total credit hours
Program of Study (DCP)
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Featured Theology & Literature Courses
- Apologetics and Cultural Engagement (APOL 201)
- Intercultural Communication and Engagement (GLST 220)
- Writing as Cultural Engagement (ENGL 417)
- Christian Literature (ENGL 460)
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Career Opportunities in Writing & Theology
- Christian Educator
- Apologetics or Evangelistic Ministry
- Academic Leadership
- Academic Editor