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Worldview and Apologetics is a high school spring semester class.

This Tuesday weekly class is held February to June at our Beaverton location when there is interest (alternated with our Public Speaking semester courses).

Please contact us if you are interested in this course, need a registration, or need more information when it will be available.


The first quarter of the Worldview & Apologetics semester is used to develop thinking skills, contemplate difficult questions presented the Christian faith, and study comparative worldviews.


Students will also explore their personal faith positions and research responses to common challenges presented to the Christian faith.


The second quarter of the semester provides competitive rounds for students to present timed apologetics and worldview responses before judges.


All students are rotated evenly through apologetics and worldview questions types.

Worldview & Apologetics generally generates 1/2 credit in high school comparative worldview. The Apologetics portion can generate additional high school credits in logic with additional reading. (See Mrs. Arp for more information.)

Please see  What is Apologetics for more information about this portion of our class. 

To maintain competition rounds, some parents and siblings (over 10 years) may be needed as judges and timers. (We train!)


See our Speech-Apolo Forms page for judge and timer sheets.

Worldview & Apologetics
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