Course Showcase: Apologetics in Religions

Course Description

This course introduces students to the essential doctrines of some non-Christian religions (world religions) and pseudo-Christian religions. After understanding beliefs, the course covers Christian answers to certain challenges posed by these religions.

Learning Outcomes
  • Understand what certain religions teach
  • Ability to defend the Christian faith when talking with adherents of these religions
  • Utilize the above towards evangelism
  • A “Theodicy of Religions”; Critique religions by way of the doctrine of the Trinity
  • Islam
  • Hinduism
  • Mormonism
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses

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Upon completing the degree, the student will be able to:

  • Articulate with skill and precision the Christian Trinitarian worldview and offer a defense/proclamation of the Gospel in this pluralistic world.
  • Exercise skills of discernment for ministry in a pluralistic world.
  • Understand the role of the Church in the world that deepens its commitment to the vitality of spiritual life in local congregations, and thereby to …
  • … disciple others toward the same.
  • Undertake the art and discipline of careful listening to persons of other belief systems
  • Form or participate in parachurch apologetics-related ministries.
  • Address ethical issues facing Christians in an informed, philosophically sound, biblically guided, and theologically faithful manner, and thereby …
  • … by the grace of the Triune God, take part in establishing Haiti as a truly Christian nation, with a vision of transforming Haiti’s infrastructure in all its aspects.


Q: How long will it take to complete the degree?
A: 14 months.

Q: Can I complete the entire degree online?
A: Yes!

Q: Is the degree accredited?
A: Almost! EBS is in the final stages of accreditation with the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association (CETA) which is the Caribbean regional body of the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE).

Q: Can I specialize in a particular world-religion or Pseudo-Christian cult?
A: Yes!