Dr. Adam Fancisco
Dr. Adam Francisco is associate professor of History and Political Thought at Concordia University in Irvine, California, and adjunct professor in the Doctoral Program at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He earned his Ph.D. in Historical Theology and Christian-Muslim Relations at the University of Oxford. He has written and spoken predominately on the topic of Islam and a variety of themes in Christian apologetics.
Apologetics for the 21st Century
Scripture enjoins us to always be prepared to make a defense when non-Christians ask us why we believe what we believe and, sometimes, why they, too, should consider Christian belief. This course is an introduction to this particular aspect of the apologetic task. It covers the historical Christian apologetic tradition, assesses the various methods employed by apologists and especially focuses on the various charges made against and challenges posed to Christian belief today.
Pastors, retired pastors and lay persons are invited to this continuing education course that will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church on July 30 - August 1. The cost for the course is $150 for pastors and church workers and $100 for retired pastors and lay persons.
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