This course prepares the student to defend the Christian faith with greater confidence. First, it analyzes the uncertainty and inconsistency of the non-believer in a review of western philosophy.Then it explains some of the best arguments of Christian apologists,and helps the student develop answers to some of the most challenging questions.

This course teaches the fundamentals of Greek and the steps of serious New Testament exegesis. It explains how to use linguistic tools, including software programs. It includes Power Point presentations with pronunciation of Greek vocabulary and exercises in grammar. As the student progresses, he does his own exegesis of a New Testament verse and prepares a report on his findings.

This course guides the student in his development of a more consistent Christian Worldview. He or she will learn how to establish biblical guidelines for all areas of thought, including science, economics, politics and the arts. He will also learn to compare and contrast his Christian view of these areas with non Christian views.

This course compares the main Catholic doctrines with the traditional Protestant teaching, with an emphasis on the doctrines of salvation, revelation, and mediators.