Residential Minor in Apologetics and Cultural Engagement
Equip yourself to engage with the current tensions between the church and our world with a minor in Apologetics and Cultural Engagement from Liberty University. Gain experience weighing the competing visions of cultural engagement in today’s society, as you learn what makes the church distinctive in our day and age.
Study the history and theory of cultural engagement as you learn from professors who are grounded in their Christian faith, and who have extensive experience in biblical and theological studies, as well as pastoral ministry.
Academic Information: Residential Minor in Apologetics and Cultural Engagement
- 16 credit hours
Program of Study
Featured Apologetics & Cultural Engagement Courses
- Apologetics & Cultural Engagement (APOL 201)
- Foundational Issues in Apologetics (APOL 311)
- Biblical Studies and Apologetics (APOL 480)
- Theology Survey I (THEO 201)
- Theology Survey II (THEO 202)
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