DOES GOD EXIST?

(advanced level study)

Perhaps you have questions about the existence of God, or know people who do. This ten lesson (11 videos) series will give you some specific information, as well as a few scientific, historical, and Biblical concepts you can think about, discuss, and share with others. This series of lessons is intended to help the sincere disciple of Christ to “always be ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you” (I Peter 3:15).


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NOTE:  This is a “certificated” course and students wanting to qualify for the course certificate must sign up for the course using the “Enrollment Form” above. Then, using our website’s discussion boards, you must meaningfully respond to all ten lesson prompts for each of the interactive Bible lessons in this course.


SECTION ONE — “The Cosmological Argument”

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The Cosmological Argument (1)

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The Cosmological Argument (2)

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The Cosmological Argument (3)

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The Cosmological Argument (4)

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SECTION TWO — “The Teleological Argument”

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The Teleological Argument (1)

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The Teleological Argument (2)

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SECTION THREE — “The Axiological Argument”

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The Axiological Argument (1) & (2)

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SECTION FOUR — “The Bibliological Argument”

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The Bibliological Argument (1)

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The Bibliological Argument (2)

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The Bibliological Argument (3)

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