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  • Ratio Christi Top Book Pick | Scientism and Secularism by J. P. Moreland

    J.P. Moreland’s new book is now available for preorder across the US. Scientism and Secularism: Learning to Respond to a Dangerous Ideology will release to the public on September 31, 2018. However, Dr. Moreland has generously provided us with an advance copy of his newest work. And what a timely book this is! Read on to hear some of our early thoughts on this new book by the distinguished Biola professor and friend of Ratio Christi.   More

  • Free speech prevails in California for now – AB 2943 shelved in Legislature

    In 2018, California Assembly Bill AB 2943 posed a direct threat to free speech and presentation of the Gospel message. Had it passed, this bill would have made it a “consumer fraud” to operate a paid event or offer paid counseling utilizing a biblical approach to human sexuality regarding same-sex attractions and gender identity.1

    Passage of this bill would have prohibited Christian pastors, counselors, authors, educators, and ministries in California f...   More

  • Introducing Dr. Paul Gould

    RC Prof is excited to announce that Dr. Paul Gould is coming onboard as the Associate Director of RC Prof. Paul is a scholar, philosopher, apologist, and a person passionate about the life of the mind and encouraging professors to become missional. With a Masters from Talbot, a Ph.D. from Purdue University, and several years of experience with CRU, Paul will be a great addition to the team!



  • Apologetics on the Campus of Wayne State University

    Thank you for your interest in Ratio Christi at Wayne State University! Ratio Christi is a Christian critical thinking club that specializes in apologetics, that is, on considering the truth claims of the Christian faith. We create a safe space for open discussions and friendly debates about faith, science and related topics. Christians, atheists, Muslims, students of other faiths (and of no faith) and skeptics bring much to these discussions. Our goal is for each of us to learn from each o...   More

  • A Visit from an Atheist...

    I recently had the opportunity to attend an event on the campus of Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. I challenged local pastors, Christians, and two campus ministries to join me in a Facebook post. Needless to say, no one accepted my challenge. I know, probably not the best idea anyway. The event was titled, Bringing Creationism to its Knees, and featured a popular internet atheist.   More

  • Ratio Christi at HBU is now on Instagram!

    Social media is a  powerful forum to convey images, share personal moments and connect with each other.   More

    Ratio Christi at Houston Baptist University is excited to share ,we are now on Instagram. 

    If you're not following us now, what are you waiting for??
    Go to Instagram, follow us at @ratiochris...
  • Why We Do What We Do? The Case for Apologetics

    Throughout the history of the church, there have always been vicious attacks on the existence of God and the Bible. Scripture commands believers to be prepared to give a defense.1 Peter 3:15 states: "But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear". The Greek word for defense here is "apologia", which is where we get the term apologetics. Apologetics is the branch of Christi...   More

  • Musings on the Mall

    While making the rounds at the club fair I had some interesting dialogues on all kinds of topics ranging from concrete canoes to armor manufacture to acapella singing.  I had hoped to get folks at the Secular Student Alliance table to enter into a dialogue with me, but I failed.  I guess my question, "When you hear the word 'Christianity', what do you think of?" wasn't a very good opener.  "Ugh.  Ugh..."  When asked what the purpose of the club was, one...   More

  • Why Apologetics?

    Many people do not know, or care, about apologetics. Most do not know what the word even means. And maybe that is okay. I don't think so. But then again it is what I do for a living. I am a full time missionary, an apologist. But do we really "need" apologetics? Seriously, outside of it being a Biblical command, which obviously is of vital importance, why would we really need apologetics?   More

  • September 7, 2018

    Come join us for a presentation and discussion on evolution - how can we think about and think through the evolutionary narratives we hear in class and read in books and articles?   More