About this course

Have questions about defending the Christian faith? Dr. Heiser has answers. Sharing God’s Word as the Truth and solution for today’s problems is necessary for all Christ followers. In this course, we get answers to your most frequently asked questions about the so-called “problems” with the Bible. It’s designed to introduce you to defending the Old and New Testaments and prepare you for Contemporary Post-Modern Apologetics 201 (Old Testament) and Contemporary Post-Modern Apologetics 202 (New Testament).

What you'll learn

After completing this course, you'll be able to explain the:

  • Bible’s authorship and what biblical inspiration is.

  • Creation narrative in Genesis and other myths and legends of the Old Testament.

  • Validity and authorship of the New Testament.

  • Definition and purpose of prayer.

What's in this course

    1. Objectives 01

    2. Pre-work 01

    3. Episode 01

    4. Quiz 01

    5. Discussion 01

    1. Objectives 02

    2. Pre-work 02

    3. Episode 02

    4. Quiz 02

    5. Discussion 02

    1. Objectives 03

    2. Pre-work 03

    3. Episode 03

    4. Quiz 03

    5. Discussion 03

    1. Objectives 04

    2. Pre-work 04

    3. Episode 04

    4. Quiz 04

    5. Discussion 04

Questions Aloud: Introduction to Basic Apologetics

  • $49.00
  • 2 hours of video content
  • 4 Modules
  • 1 year access
  • Certificate of completion

What you'll need

All instructional material is provided in the course.


Dr. Michael S. Heiser

Dr. Michael S. Heiser (who prefers to be called Mike) is a scholar of the Bible and its ancient context. He earned master’s degrees in Ancient History from the University of Pennsylvania and Hebrew Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has a Ph.D. in Hebrew and Semitic Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before teaching at AWKNG School of Theology, Dr. Heiser taught at the university level for over 20 years and was the Academic Editor and Scholar for Logos Bible Software for 15 years. He supervised scholarly data projects related to the Dead Sea Scrolls, Hebrew and Semitic inscriptions, the Septuagint, and the Greek Pseudepigrapha. Dr. Heiser is published widely in scholarly academic journals, including the Bible Study Magazine, and authored several portions of the Faithlife Study Bible.