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Mobile Ed: AP101 Introducing Apologetics (5 hour course)

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Presenting a defense for faith in Jesus is central to the ministry and mission of all Christians. Dr. Bobby Conway leads viewers through his own personal story, biblical examples of effective witness, and clear reasoning that points to God’s activity in our world today. View descriptions of the Bible’s reliability and the implications of Christian claims about the resurrection. In this winsome presentation, Christians will find effective means to point unbelievers toward Jesus in a way that speaks to the heart as well as the mind.


For more of Dr. Conway’s insightful instruction, see Mobile Ed: ED121 Introducing Evangelism

Resource Experts
Upon successful completion you should be able to:
  • Explain why it is important that all believers have some understanding of apologetics
  • Describe the main approaches to apologetics used throughout history
  • Define truth and discuss the consequences of rejecting it
  • Defend the existence of God using the cosmological, teleological, and moral arguments
  • Articulate why miracles are possible and how they are seen from God’s perspective
  • Use historical and juridical arguments to defend Scripture’s claim that Christ was resurrected from the dead
  • Discuss the reliability of the NT documents and what they say about the deity of Jesus

Course Outline


  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course
  • Personal Journey into Apologetics

Unit 1: Introducing Apologetics

  • A Rational Defense
  • A Commandment
  • Christian Character
  • The Human Problem of Doubt
  • Navigating Doubt
  • Three Approaches to Apologetics
  • DEFENSE Overview

Unit 2: D—Demonstrate the Reality of Truth

  • Consequences of Rejecting Truth
  • Defining Truth
  • Truth Is Discovered

Unit 3: E—Exemplify How the Opposite of True Is False

  • Law of Noncontradiction

Unit 4: F—Frame Arguments That Reveal God’s Existence

  • Various Worldviews
  • The Cosmological Argument, Part 1
  • The Cosmological Argument, Part 2
  • The Teleological Argument, Part 1
  • The Teleological Argument, Part 2
  • The Moral Argument
  • Three Moral Observations

Unit 5: E—Elucidate How God’s Existence Makes Miracles Possible

  • Miracles
  • Objections to Miracles

Unit 6: N—Nail Down Claims about the Reliability of the New Testament

  • Tests of Reliability: The Bibliographical Test
  • Tests of Reliability: The Internal Test
  • Tests of Reliability: The External Test

Unit 7: S—State How the Scriptures Confirm Christ’s Deity

  • Who Is Jesus?
  • The Disciples and God on Jesus
  • Responding to Objections That Jesus Is God
  • Messianic Prophecies
  • A Sinless and Miraculous Life

Unit 8: E—Explain How the Empty Tomb Confirms Christ’s Work

  • Resurrection Hoax Theories
  • Prophecy and the Resurrection
  • Confirming the Resurrection
  • Changed by the Resurrection


  • Course Summary
  • Title: AP101 Introduction to Apologetics
  • Instructor: Bobby Conway
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2016
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 1
  • Video Hours: 5
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    Bobby Conway is the founder and host of The One Minute Apologist—a YouTube ministry that provides credible answers to curious questions. He earned his ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary and his DMin in apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary, and he is a PhD candidate at the John Hick Centre for Philosophy of Religion at the University of Birmingham in England. He is also the author of several books, including Hell, Rob Bell, and What Happens When People Die, The Fifth Gospel, and Doubting Toward Faith. He and his wife Heather have two kids, Haley and Dawson.

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    This course comes with an Activities resource that functions as a type of “workbook” for the course. This resource includes learning activities such as: places for you to respond to reflection questions, exercises that will challenge and show you how deepen your understanding of this course by using specific Logos tools and resources, tutorial videos on different features of Logos Bible Software, and links to relevant Logos guides and tools. A link to open the Activities resource is conveniently placed at the end of every segment.



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    1. Robert Gore

      Robert Gore


      This is a great course to introduce Apologetics. Given the nature of what is on social media, the news, and PG rated movies and television; any and all content is comparatively mild. If your audience is saved people who already know the Lord and have a regenerated heart and mind, then of course there is one example that would be iffy. However, the audience is not the saved, it is for those that have questions.
    2. Robert Neely

      Robert Neely


      This course is quite good, and as Terrence points out below, contains real world examples of the consequences of rejecting truth that afflicts our culture today.
    3. Bobby McCain

      Bobby McCain


    4. Daniel Kingsford Esso
      I want to enroll. How do I go about it, and is it at a cost? Give me feed back
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    6. Terence Gillespie
      The example @Allan Paul is referring to is given when discussing man's inherent knowledge of good and evil. Bobby cites Ann Lander's response to a man who wrote to her asking what was wrong with sleeping with his sister (since it didn't seem to hurt anyone). Ann's response is an appropriate "Sick, sick, sick". To describe this example as "offensive" does nothing more than prove Bobby's point. If this example earns AP101 an X-rating then, by the same reasoning, don't let your kids read the Bible (which would earn a XXX-rating under such a rating system).
    7. allan paul

      allan paul


      Buyer warning ! Mr Conway uses an example to support his point in Segment 8 'Consequences of Rejecting the Truth' from a old newspaper column of Ann Landers that is truly vulgar, repugnant and offensive. Mr. Conway, could you find no other example to support your point that you would have to reach into the sewer for this example? It certainly detracts from your teaching and in my opinion earns that segment an "X-rating". It is truly a distracting and offensive example and buyers should be alerted to it being present in the presentation. I did not finish the course because I find it difficult to sit under the teaching of someone who can so easily exercise such poor judgment in choosing support examples. Kind of like treading thru a field of land mines! I found this a waste of money and time but a good teaching lesson for me to vet the teacher before buying the course. Allan L Paul, MD
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