I attached par 1 just in caseapologetics_application_paper_instructions1_1.docxAPOL 500Apologetics Application Paper InstructionsChoose a non-Christian worldview (see below for choices). Write a paper that demonstrates a working knowledge of the assigned course readings and accomplishes the following goals:1. Summarize the worldview by using the main categories ofbelief discussed in the assigned course reading (see Groothuis Chapter 4 for some of the main categories of belief: ultimate reality, source of authority, human beings, source of morality, etc.). This section of the paper must be approximately 2 pages.
1. Use Groothuis’s criteria for evaluating worldviews (see Groothuis Chapter 3) in order to reveal the significant ways in which the selected worldview fails in providing a rational, livable, comprehensive system. This section of the paper must be 2–3 pages.1. Evaluate Christianity by the same criteria. Show that Christianity is a better (both intellectually and existentially), more reasonable alternative to the worldview selected, and that Christianity is more likely to be true. By using the same evaluation criteria as given in the previous section, this will show that Christianity does not suffer from the same flaws as the worldview you evaluated. This section of the paper must be 2–3 pages.1. Develop a plan to share and defend the Christian worldview. The plan must take into consideration the beliefs and perspective of the worldview you have selected. This section must include significant discussion onat least 2of the following subjects: the problem of evil, several arguments for the existence of God, defense of the resurrection of Jesus, defense of objective truth and/or moral values. This section of the paper must be 3–4 pages.
These 4 requirements will form the basis of the structure of your paper and must be treated as 4 separate sections in the body of the paper. In addition to these requirements, the paper must have a proper introduction, conclusion, and follow the structure of a standard academic essay. The introduction must include a clear thesis statement—a main claim about the worldview that provides unity to the overall presentation. Including both the introduction and conclusion but not the title and bibliography pages, the total length of the paper must be 10–13 pages. Page length measurement is based on current Turabian formatting (i.e. number of pages when using 12-point Times New Roman font, 1-inch margins,etc.) and the currentLUSD Writing Guide.Worldview Choices:1. Scientific Naturalism
1. Secular Humanism1. PostmodernismIf you wish to select a worldview other than one mentioned above, explicit permission from the instructor must be received by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 2.