Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN


Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

Nashville, Tennessee

Dr. K. Detlev Schulz

  • Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Missions
  • Dean of Graduate Studies
  • Director of Ph.D. in Missiology Program
  • Co-director of International Studies
(260) 452-3131



Apologetics for the 21st Century

July 27, 2020-July 29, 2020

For as long as humans have existed they have attempted to answer these questions: what is so special about us humans? From where do we originate and what distinguishes us from the rest of creation? What are we made up of? What is our purpose and destiny in life? Philosophers, Christian theologians, anthropologists, and scientists all have something to say. We will address these important questions from a biblical and theological perspective. Some topics will include:

The origin of man
The status of man within creation
Luther and his “Disputation on Man” (1536)
The image of God and its implications for today
Dualism: soul and body
The battle of spirit and flesh
The dialogical relationship with God and with the rest of creation
Contemporary discussions on man’s origin and destiny

Course Location

Ascension Lutheran Church
610 W. Old Hickory Blvd.
Madison, TN 37115

Course Readings

Click here for course readings.

Questions about
this Course?


Rev. Gregory Bauch
Phone:  (904) 553-7066
Email: pastorgregbauch@gmail.com

Phone Registration

LeeAnna Rondot
(260) 452-2204

General CE Information

Kara Mertz
(260) 452-2103