Here’s the final examination for students in this semester’s on-campus section of 28700 Christian Apologetics.
My goal in this class is never for students merely to regurgitate information. I want to equip students to recognize inadequate worldviews in a variety of cultural artifacts and to engage these inadequate worldviews with gospel-centered apologetics. That’s why this final examination forces students to consider the worldviews embedded in comic strips, popular memes, and pages from graphic novels.
If you’re a student in the class, don’t open the examination until you’re ready to complete it. You can complete it either in handwritten form or in a Microsoft Word document. Once you’ve opened the file, you can take as much time as you need, but you may not stop and then come back to it later. The only resources you may use are your handwritten course notes and reading notes as well as a Bible without study notes.
Even if you’re not a student in this class, feel free to take a look at the examination and see if you’re able to answer the questions!
Click here for the final examination: 28700 Christian Apologetics Spring 2020 Final Examination.