March 23 to April 13 – World Religions with

Is Islam a religion of peace or war? Why is Buddhism so popular in American culture? What makes Hinduism different from Buddhism? Can I do evangelism without ruining my friendship with someone of another religion?

If you’ve wanted to learn the basics of the major religions, we invite you to a 4-week course with 3 teachers on the topic. Join Daniel McCoy, general editor of the Popular Handbook of World Religions, Winfried Corduan, author of Neighboring Faiths: A Christian Introduction to World Religions, and Lindsey Medenwaldt, Executive Director of Mama Bear Apologetics for a helpful look into the major religions.

Come with questions! We want this course to be as helpful as possible, and we welcome your questions and invite your engagement during the course.

March 23 – Islam: The World’s Fastest Growing Religion

March 30 – Buddhism: What’s Behind Its Massive Popularity?

April 6 – Hinduism: Is God Personal or Impersonal?

April 13 – Tough Questions about Religion

Daniel McCoy (PhD, North-West University) is editorial director for He is the general editor of the Popular Handbook of World Religions and the co-author with Norman Geisler of The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw. He also teaches classes on philosophy, world religions, and ethics for Ozark Christian College.

Winfried Corduan (PhD, Rice University) is a world-traveling expert in a great many subjects, most notably philosophy and world religions. From 1977 to 2008, he served as a professor of philosophy and religion at Taylor University. He is the author of over ten books, including Neighboring Faiths: A Christian Introduction to World Religions and In the Beginning God: A Fresh Look at the Case for Original Monotheism.

Lindsey Medenwaldt (JD, St. Mary’s School of Law) is Executive Director of Mama Bear Apologetics, a full-time children’s pastor, and a consulting editor and author for the Christian Research Journal. She has a Master’s in Apologetics and Ethics from Denver Seminary, a JD from St. Mary’s School of Law, and a Master’s in Public Administration from Midwestern State University.