The Guardian, April 15, 2013
Wright State’s Christian apologetics organization Ratio Christi encourages and challenges students to bring their ideas and beliefs to their meetings.
“A person who is not a Christian should attend Ratio Christi to discover and be exposed to the rationality and substantial reason behind the Christian faith,” vice president of Ratio Christi Jonathon Phillipp said. “That way they can discover that there is reason and rationale, principles and objectivity, behind the Christian faith that establishes its relevancy in the marketplace of worldviews.”
April 21, 2013
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The Battalion, March 22, 2013
Christian apologist William Lane Craig defended his faith in a lecture Thursday using The Kalām Cosmological Argument and Christian apologetics.
The Veritas Forum — in partnership with Ratio Christi and Reformed University Fellowship — invited Craig, a Christian apologist, theologian, and philosopher, to Texas A&M to explain Christianity and the Bible using his philosophical and scientific background while making the claim that God is the cause of all existence.
February 25, 2013
Blake Anderson, head of Chapter growth and support for Ratio Christi, is interviewed here by Apologetics 315.
by Lori Wilson, The Seahawk (2/2/2013)
New student organization Ratio Christi held its first official event in Cameron Auditorium Feb.1— a live streaming of the Biola University sponsored debate “Is Faith in God Reasonable?”
Ratio Christi invited all student organizations on campus to join the event for “stimulating discussion.” Members of UNCW’s Faculty Commons, a division of the Campus Crusade for Christ group, the Student Secular Alliance, and the Humanists & Freethinkers of Cape Fear were all there to watch.
The student apologetics alliance, Ratio Christi, continues to experience great development, history, and influence in its endeavor to bring thoughtful Christian witness to non-religious university contexts. I recently interviewed President Rick Schenker about some of the great work of his organization. The EPS continues to be a home for self-identified apologetics scholars, leaders and practitioners. For that reason and more, ATTENTION all graduate students in apologetics: Ratio Christi Wants You!
Most students raised with a public school education are taught to keep science and faith separate, but for students in Ratio Christi, the goal is to bring the two disciplines together.
Ratio Christi, meaning “the reason of Christ,” is a national group dedicated to establishing philosophical and scientific reasoning for believing in faith, and the Ohio University chapter works to facilitate that message, said Sarah Welch, co-president of the chapter and a sophomore studying music. “What we exist to do is to establish an intellectual voice to Christ,” she said. “Christianity is intellectually robust.” ~ Angelica Oswald, The Post
In one week, it starts all over again. Thousands of young people will enroll in classes in the sixteen-campus University of North Carolina system. Before the first day of class is over, the professors and administrators will begin the assault on students and their Judeo-Christian values. Parents will have spent their entire lives saving money that will ultimately be used to turn their children against them. Students will unlearn everything they were taught about the foundations of liberty, the basis of morality, and will even begin questioning the very existence of truth. ~ Mike Adams in Townhall.com
Blake sheds light on the reasons for students losing their faith at the University and more in this interview with Keri Williams titled "Losing It In School" in the July 2012 "Good News Bonus Business Directory Edition".
Scribner speaks about encouraging students to have an intellectual faith in this article from the July 2012 edition of "Good News Business Directory Edition".