Monday, October 10, 2016
Online Christian Philosophy Course to be Offered for Public University Students
As you probably know, I teach philosophy and theology at Indiana Wesleyan University. I am excited to announce that I will be teaching an online Christian philosophy course this spring that is designed for Christian students who attend a public college or university. By successfully completing this course, students can satisfy the philosophy requirement at their public college or university.
If you know a student who is required to take a philosophy course at their public college or university, but would prefer to take it in a Christian setting, please consider passing this announcement along to him or her. For more information about how to register for this course, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the course description:
PHL 180: A study of philosophy within the major western historical periods with primary consideration being given to outstanding thinkers and trends of thought such as Rationalism, Empiricism, Idealism, Realism, Existentialism and Naturalism. Key issues such as Skepticism, Faith and Reason, Science and Religion, Free Will and Determinism, the Problem of Evil, the Problem of Exclusivity, Arguments for God, and the Modern to Postmodern Shift will be explored.