Apologetics Suggested Syllabus Using Good Answers Presentations

Good Answers Ministries Apologetics Presentations

While Good Answers Apologetics Presentations are designed as individual, stand-alone explorations of specific topics, they can be used to create a one-credit High School course for your teen. This Apologetics Suggested Syllabus can serve as a guide for creating a course that fits your homeschool.

Apologetics Suggested Syllabus

In this document, Dr. Culley shares as a sample the syllabus he created for just such a class that he offers at an umbrella school in Delaware. 

You will need to fit the dates to your calendar for the year, of course, and make decisions about the precise way in which you will structure the course.

If you choose to have your student take a Mid-Term and Final Exam, you will need to create those yourself.

You might consider having your student tie some of his/her writing (essays, research papers, creative writing, personal reflections, etc.) to the material being studied in this course.

For a complete list of Apologetics Presentations from Good Answers Ministries available for download (.ppt Powerpoint slideshow, .pdf slideshow narration, and .mp3 sound file) click here.

To stream Dr. Culley’s presentations on his YouTube channel, click here.

7Sisters Homeschool is thrilled to be able to share with you Dr. Gerald R. Culley’s Good Answers Christian Apologetics Presentations – at no cost to you, now and always!

Dr. Culley has a ministry to young believers. Statistically, they are at risk: two-thirds of them will leave the church by age 20, largely because of secret doubts about the Bible. He offers a series of PowerPoint voice-over lectures on how archaeology, history and science support our faith in Scripture.

Click here to view a brief video from Dr. Culley.

Many homeschooling families do 7Sisters Financial Literacy, Career Exploration and Apologetics. Did you know you can save a lot of money when you purchase  together in the Curriculum Bundle to Prepare for Independence?

Here’s a list of the entire collection (along with the syllabus for Apologetics)

Apologetics Suggested Syllabus