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Understand, defend and share your faith with confidence

Confident Christianity is a new online apologetics course from Unbelievable? that will help you to understand, defend and share your faith with confidence. Learn how to make the case for faith from the show that brings you conversations that matter between Christians & non-Christians.

Sign up for the course and you’ll get immediate access to 4 hours on-demand video and full lifetime access. Complete the Unbelievable? Confident Christianity course and receive a Certificate of completion

Course contents:

You’ll receive over 4 hours of exclusive video teaching from world-renowned Christian thinkers William Lane Craig, Amy Orr-Ewing, John Lennox & Gary Habermas, with an introductory session by Unbelievable? host Justin Brierley.

The 6 sessions cover:

  1. Christianity vs atheism (Justin Brierley)
  2. Philosophical arguments for God (William Lane Craig)
  3. Science & faith (John Lennox)
  4. Answering the problem of suffering (Amy Orr-Ewing)
  5. The evidence for Jesus (Amy Orr-Ewing)
  6. The evidence for the resurrection (Gary Habermas)

Each session includes a curriculum of notes, questions to complete and further reading and resources to help you understand and engage the topics. 

Learn how to make the case for Christianity

What you’ll learn:

Theology: Learn the story of Christianity, how to think biblically, why it matters and how we can show others that it is true.

Apologetics: Learn how to answer objections to faith, the philosophical evidence for God, and the historical case for the resurrection.

Evangelism: Learn to share your faith in compelling and fruitful ways that are relevant to the questions people are asking in today’s culture.

Each of the six modules also contain three categories of assignments:
  • Watch. Listen. Respond. These include relatively simple questions about important points made throughout a lecture.
  • Critical Reflection. These are deeper questions about key points of a lecture intended to get the student to fully engage with a crucial topic.
  • Take Action. These are activities designed to put a point or principle into practice, to ‘do’ something in response to the lecture. After completing this course, students will be familiar with the most common objects to Christian faith and how to answer those with reasonable, philosophically robust arguments. Christians, sceptics, and those in between will find a balanced discussion of the issues.