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Worldview & Apologetics

July 22 - July 28 ($575)

Worldview & Apologetics Camp

All followers of Christ need a well-reasoned defense (apologetic) for their faith, now more than ever! This camp is designed to develop a mental and spiritual grid for sifting and sorting through the flood of ideas that confront us each day. We will look at each of these major worldviews and compare them to the teachings of Christ:

  • Atheism
  • Polytheism (Hinduism, New Paganism)
  • Pantheism (Buddhism, New Age Spirituality)
  • Islam
  • Moralistic Therapeutic Deism

The camp is designed to increase your understanding of worldviews and how those worldviews impact your interactions with people. We will think through questions like:

  • “What is a worldview?”
  • “Does absolute truth exist? If so, how can it be discovered and verified?”
  • “How do you decide which worldview is right?”
  • “How can I know that Christianity is true?”
  • “How can I know that the Bible is reliable?”

Led by PHC's president, Jack Haye, this camp is intended to strengthen your faith, while preparing you to interact with other worldviews.

"But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect,”  

- 1 Peter 3:15a (NIV)

Cost is $575. Registration closes July 18.

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Instructor: President Jack Haye

President Haye became the third President of Patrick Henry College in 2015 after thirty years in the banking world. He holds degrees from Baylor University and American Graduate School of International Management and spent his banking career in corporate lending and financial technology consulting. He served as Executive Vice President with Wells Fargo Bank until 2012, when he became the Executive Pastor of First Baptist Church of McKinney, a 5000-member church located near Dallas, Texas. His responsibilities there included staff development, budget management, development and delivery of an apologetics teaching series, and oversight of both local and international missional engagement in the areas of orphan care, education, and human trafficking. Mr. Haye was a founding member of Patrick Henry College's Board of Trustees in 1998, serving as the Board Chairman from 2000 - 2015. He and his wife Carol have been married for 36 years, and have one daughter and seven sons.


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