Semester 2 Now Online – WORLD RELIGIONS: Who’s Right?…
I f all life on earth evolved from a common ancestor through an excruciatingly slow process, why are there no “transitional fossils” to show for it? Why did the best examples of missing links turn out to be non-links or outright frauds? This lesson exposes evolution’s dire fossil problem.
UNSHAKABLE – A Practical Guide to Confident Christianity gives answers through a comprehensive eight-semester study that goes step by step through every major question there is about God & the Bible. Presented at a high-school level in an easy-to-understand online format, 98% of students are able to defend their religious worldview after taking this curriculum… Don’t wait, Enroll Today!
This curriculum consists of:
- 4 Full Semesters of Solid Biblical Teaching
- 10 Courses each Semester
- Over 15hrs of Video Teachings per Semester
- Downloadable Session Guides
- Multiple-Choice & True/False Quizzes
- Supplemental Bible Resources
You will learn about:
- Creation and Evolution
- Religions of the World
- Separation of Church and State
- Biblical History
- Biblical Authority
- and more!
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If all life on earth evolved from a common ancestor through an excruciatingly slow process, why are there no “transitional fossils” to show for it? Why did the best examples of missing links turn out to be non-links or outright frauds? This lesson exposes evolution’s dire fossil problem.
If the Bible is true, then Noah’s Flood is the most significant geologic catastrophe in all of history. This lesson will not only present the evidence that this massive flood occurred, but explain why it offers the best explanation for many of the earth’s features.
Everyone knows dinosaurs have been extinct for 65 million years right? So how can there be non-fossilized dinosaur remains (even blood cells!) and human records of dinosaur-like creatures? This lesson offers evidence for a very different history of the dinosaurs.
104 – Age of the Earth
The scientific establishment says the earth has been around for 4.6 billion years. Does the evidence say the same thing? This lesson will show you a variety of factors that limit the maximum possible age of the earth, pointing towards a literal view of creation.
Is DNA, the “instruction manual” for life, a product random changes accumulated over long ages? Or is there reason to believe it came from an intelligent source? This lesson examines a foolproof way to detect intelligent interference.
A mousetrap with a missing piece may work as a paperweight, but it sure won’t catch any mice. How could complex biological machinery, which is useless unless all the parts are present, evolve gradually? This lesson examines the flawed belief that things get better over time all on their own.
What did Einstein refer to as the greatest mistake he ever made? This lesson will teach you all about the special qualities of our universe, galaxy, solar system, and planet that make it possible for intelligent life to exist. The combination of these factors far exceeds the bounds of mere coincidence!
By the time you reach this lesson, you’ll have seen the evidence that deals a deathblow to Darwinian macroevolution. But if it really isn’t true, then why do so many people believe it? Why are the same evolutionary concepts and illustrations reprinted in textbooks decades after being disproven? Find out why the scientific community continues to cling desperately to this philosophy.
110 – Answering Atheism
It may surprise you to learn that some of the most well-known Christian apologists used to be atheists. What caused them to change their minds? This lesson will take a look at why some people so adamantly reject God, and what it might take to guide them to the truth.
202 – Refuting Relativism
“A religion is true for you if you believe it is true. Calling other beliefs wrong is bigoted and closed-minded.” Sound familiar? This lesson will cover the basic rules of logic and show that relativism, while increasingly popular, does not stand up to scrutiny.
203 – Hinduism and Buddhism
This lesson will give you a look at the diverse religious traditions of India that are identified under the blanket term “Hinduism.” You will also learn about how one Indian man, Siddhartha Gautama, rejected these traditions to develop a new path: Buddhism.
Before Christianity, there was Judaism. After Christianity, there was Islam. How do these three Abrahamic traditions relate to each other? Is one just as good as the other? This lesson takes a look at the history of Judaism outside the Bible, as well as the founding of Islam.
Chances are they’ve come knocking at your door, ready to give you a copy of “Awake!”. How did this group originate, and why are they viewed as separate from the rest of the Christian church? This lesson looks over the relatively short (but fascinating) history of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
On the surface the Witnesses seem to be another denomination of Christianity, using the same terms to talk about the same concepts. But a closer look reveals some serious doctrinal problems—including the rejection of Jesus as God. This lesson will teach you how to respond to their claims.
301 – Understanding Faith
Sometimes it seems like the Bible is under attack from all sides: historians say it is mythology, scientists say it is unscientific, feminists say it is misogynistic, humanists say it is barbaric, and so on. Can we hope to refute all these claims? This lesson will show you what the critics are saying, and why it is important to learn how to defend the Bible.
Fact: no part of the Bible was originally written in English. Can we be certain the message we read today is the same one that was written down thousands of years ago? This lesson will demonstrate that the Bible is far and away the most reliable historical document in existence!
Does the Bible condone slavery and teach that women are inferior to men? Why did God have Israel wipe out entire people groups? This lesson clarifies some of the most unusual and challenging Old Testament passages that Bible skeptics love to bring up.
The Bible is the ultimate source of Christian doctrine. Does it provide satisfactory answers to the hard questions? For example, where did evil come from, why there is so much suffering, and how could a loving God send people to hell? This lesson shows that if you look, you can find the answers.
Not just any book can tell the future. One of the most incredible things about the Bible is its fulfilled prophecies—events that were described a long time (sometimes even hundreds of years) before they happened. This lesson focuses especially on the most important subject of prophecy: Jesus Christ, our Messiah!
Why has our nation been able to survive under the same constitution for almost 240 years? Is it just dumb luck, or is there something special about the USA? This lesson takes a look at America’s early relationship with, and modern departure from, the Christian faith.
Were the founding fathers devout Christians, or agnostic enlightenment philosophers? Was America a Christian nation at any point in the past? This lesson will take you back to our nation’s founding and show you why it is different than that of any other nation on Earth.
403 – If It’s Broke, Fix It
If America was founded on Christian principles, then how have we strayed so far from them? Why is it illegal for a public school teacher to lead a class in prayer? This lesson will examine several key turning points in US history that set our nation on the path leading away from God.
404 – God and Gender
What was God’s plan for human sexuality? A growing number of Christian leaders and churches are faltering on the issue. Is the biblical perspective really in question, or are they just buckling under the extreme social pressure to accept “alternative lifestyles”? This lesson will teach you what the Bible actually says about homosexuality.
405 – Is Gender a Choice?
A key aspect of the debate over homosexuality revolves around this question. Is sexuality determined by nature at birth? Does it develop gradually due to experience and environment? This lesson provides the answer to this question and many others regarding homosexuality, and explains how it should impact our treatment of the issue.
406 – Gender and Marriage
“How does other people getting married hurt you?” If only it were that simple. The consequences of altering society’s most basic component, the family unit, cannot be overestimated. This lesson examines the issue of homosexuality as it relates to marriage and children.
In the first few months after conception, what is that thing inside the womb? A blob of tissue? An underdeveloped, “potential” person? Or is it already a human being? This lesson cuts through euphemisms and red herrings to simplify the argument and get people right to the heart of the issue.
Who you marry is the second most important decision you will ever make (after the decision to follow Jesus). With divorce becoming ever more common, how can you ensure that your marriage will last? How do you know if you’re ready? This lesson will show you what it takes to form a godly marriage bond that will stand the test of time.