Date(s) - July 4, 2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Chilliwack Alliance Church
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Summit Ministries Canada presents…
A unique 5 day accredited summer course for Christian Teachers, university students and professionals studying the six main worldviews (Marxism, Islam, Secular Humanism. Post-Modernism, the New Age and Biblical Christianity) that are shaping our world today,– and how each worldview / philosophy approaches ten key areas of study: Politics, Philosophy, Theology, Economics, History, Ethics, Sociology, Psychology, Law and Biology.
Cost – $195 Cdn. plus textbook
In our pluralistic culture today, many Christians do not know how to defend their faith, and are intellectually unprepared for the challenges that these opposing worldviews pose to the Biblical worldview. Ideas matter.
This worldview training will help us counter this alarming trend, and become like the “men of Issachar” who “understood the times and knew what to do.” (2 Chronicles 12:32)
EXCITING NEWS – Optional: This course can also be taken for 3 hours of university credit from Liberty University, VA. — fully transferable to Canadian universities. (An exam and essay are required, plus the Liberty tuition fee is just $300 USD)
About the Professor:
Dr Darrell Furgason has been involved in Christian education for more than 30 years. He has taught in Christian schools in Australia, the USA and Canada, and was Dean of the College of Humanities & International Studies at the University of the Nations, Canberra, Australia from 1994-97. He has also taught in the Political Science department at Trinity Western University, Langley, BC. (2002). Dr Furgason has lectured on “Thinking Biblically” and “Developing a Biblical Worldview” in more than 15 countries. He is currently the Director of Summit Ministries Canada. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Jesse Helms School of Government, at Liberty University, Virginia. Dr Furgason has a BA and B.Letters in Philosophy from the Australian National University, an MA in International Relations, and a PhD in Religious Studies, both from the University of Sydney. He lives in Chilliwack, BC.
Bookings are closed for this event.