With over 60 chapters on secular college campuses in the nation, Ratio Christi is seeking to boldly bring Christian apologetics to universities around the world. Ratio Christi is not just an organization, it’s a movement. But who are the people who make up this movement? Behind every Ratio Christi club is a Chapter Director. They are passionate about apologetics, and love what they do. Some of them are becoming full time apologists/missionaries. Jane Pantig, a Chapter co-Director of Ratio Christi at UC Irvine, says, “I knew God was calling me to do something with Christian apologetics and I graduated May 2011 [with a M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University]. When I graduated I didn’t know what I was going to do with my degree. I wanted to teach what I learned. Ratio Christi gave me an opportunity to teach what I learned, and also have it as my career.” But being a full-time Chapter Director like Jane means being a missionary--though not your typical missionary--and being a missionary means raising support.
Evolution has been a matter of debate for over a hundred years. Atheists like Richard Dawkins have vehemently defend it as fact, but others, both atheist, agnostic, and theist alike, have come out and critiqued it, daring to think that maybe it isn’t. Below is a list of resources for learning about the weaknesses in the theory of evolution as well as a variety of views on intelligent design, creation, and origins.