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Recorded HS
Introduction to the Theistic Apologetics

“How can we defend our faith? What are the proofs for the existence of God?” Take the next step into apologetics with formal logic, and become strong in the defense of your faith!

Total classes: 10

Prerequisite: Student should have completed an introductory course to Apologetics plus one high school level apologetics course or a course in formal logic or philosophy.

Suggested grade level: 9th and up

Suggested credit: 3/4 semester Apologetics or Theology. For a full semester, add Mr. Michuta’s optional reading list. 


Are you a high school student who wishes to learn what’s involved in defending the Faith? This course introduces high school students to the major areas in the field of apologetics, what’s involved in preparing yourself to defend the faith, and different ways of sharing the Faith. [This course is for high school students who have not taken the Middle School Beginning Apologetics course].


Class 1: Theistic Apologetics – Different kinds of belief and unbelief (theism, deism, pantheism, atheism, agnosticism, materialism, naturalism).

Class 2: Are the Senses Trustworthy?

Class 3: Proofs for the Existence of God – St. Thomas Aquinas

Class 4: Proofs for the Existence of God – Aquinas, Plotinus, Augustine, etc.

Class 5: Proofs for the Existence of God – continued.

Class 6: What is the Soul? Proofs for a Transcendent Soul

Class 7: Problems with Materialism

Class 8: Science and its limits: Problems with Scientism.

Class 9: Problems with Atheism as a Workable System

Class 10: Virtue and Coming to the Knowledge of the Truth

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: Provided free by the instructor. An optional reading list will also be provided for students (and parents!) who want to learn more. Students need to make sure they have a working microphone.

Homework: Each class will have a multi-choice quiz. There will also be a final exam to review material from the semester. Quizzes and exam are automatically graded by the computer so students have immediate feedback. Students will be encouraged to review the material and practice the responses. Parents assign the final grade. Time spent on homework will depend upon the student’s interest and if the additional reading list is utilized.

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