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Department of Literature and Language Arts
PHIL 2013 Introduction To Philosophy
An introduction to the art of thinking with an analysis of philosophical principles and problems, a brief survey of the history of philosophy, and a review of the contributions of outstanding philosophers. Class 3.
PHIL 2063 Ethics
An overview of the basic philosophical alternatives in ethics and an examination of specific contemporary ethical issues from a Christian perspective. Class 3.
PHIL 3203 Christian Apologetics
A course designed to study the factuality of biblical Christianity in relation to philosophy, science, and other religions. Attacks upon Christianity are defined and evaluated together with consideration of current debates on the strategy of defending the Christian religion. Attention is given to the place and value of Christian evidences. Class 3. Prerequisites: BIBL 1033 and BIBL 1043.
PHIL 4941-4993 Special Topics
A course to be utilized for seminars and special classes in topics not offered on a regular basis. This course may be taken more than one time when the topics are different. Class 1-3. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.