This course brings educators one step closer toward blending the education and mental health worlds, extracting the best strategies from both, and applying them to the classroom.

Course Objectives:

Learn systematic approaches for deciphering causes and patterns of difficult behaviors and how to match them with proven strategies for getting students back on track to learn

In this advanced and final course in Apologetics students will be challenged in what they believe to be true and how to ultimately defend some of today’s most controversial subject matters with a solid biblical response of critics. Students will gain the confidence to "always be ready to make a defense to everyone who asks them to give an account for the hope they have."


  • How to defend one’s faith
  • Understand the existence of God
  • Understand the inspiration of the Bible
  • Creation and the theory of evolution
  • Understanding the complex arguments for the truth in Christianity and the Bible

Students will study the history and philosophy of Christian education and explore the contemporary applications.


  • Trace the history of the discipline from the Old Testament to the present. Presented against the backdrop of wider philosophical thought and historical events
  • Understand how each successive era shaped the practice of Christian education ministries today

In this final Hermeneutics course, students will learn deeper about the science and art of interpretation. Students learn the responsible Christian hermeneutics as the Bible as the infallible, inspired Word of God, and seek to apply its original meanings to the modern world.


  • Learn specific ways to apply the tools of interpretation to each distinct type of biblical literature.