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Apologetics 2: Worldview

A survey of the five major ways that people have approached life over the last 2,500 years of Western History.

From Plato to Descartes to Nietzsche, we will take a talk about what it means to have a “worldview,” and examine the five basic “worldviews” that have been popular in the west: polytheism, platonism, pre-modernity, modernity, and post-modernity.

Designed as an easy-entrance course into historical philosophy, I try my best to avoid overly complex terminology, or overly technical language.

For those who are more into apologetics, you may be interested to know that what I am doing here is utilizing the concepts found in Francis Schaeffer, and Cornelius Van Til (also John Frame and others). I am, in fact, doing presuppositional apologetics.

This course was taught live at Wellspring School of Discipleship, at the Quebec House of Prayer (QHOP), September 22, 2016. For a limited time, you may take this course by correspondence for credit for a fee of $100.

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