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  • RC Director of Boosters, Prayer, and Women's Outreach on StoryWave Streaming Radio Program

    RC's Director of Boosters, Prayer, and Women's Outreach Julie Loos was interviewed on the "StoryWave" streaming radio program with host Nancy Wilson. The topic of the June 2017 program was "Impacting & Equipping a Strategic Generation" - how we can strengthen today's youth for the colliding of many worldviews they face in their educational years. Hear the mp3 here at the RC website, during which Julie joins the show at about the 8-minute mark. This program can also be found at the ArtistFirst Radio Network by scrolling down to June 28, 2017 with the program title above. Nancy Wilson serves as Global Ambassador with StoryRunners, a mission of Cru to unreached people groups.

  • RC Journalism Intern's Article Published at

    Our Journalism intern and RC College Prep alumnus, Jenna Shackelford, wrote an article about music star Katy Perry's unfortunate mistrust of her Christian upbringing. This article was published in mid-June 2017 at, a popular online magazine. In this piece, Shackelford issues a plea for church leadership and all Christians to recognize the need for apologetics, to bring reasoning into partnership with our heart-felt faith, and have solid answers for young people asking questions. is a conservative publication featuring cultural and faith-based issues, and current news topics.

  • Extensive Interview with RC President on A Clear Lens Apologetics

    A June 2017 Interview with RC President Corey Miller on A Clear Lens Apologetics, Theology and Worldview website covers RC's "Special Ops," our high school division, liberalism on campus, and how we function within academia. Miller also discusses his upcoming Ex-Mormon book. He comes onto this Podcast at the 27:15 minutes mark. A Clear Lens has also just come out with a subscriber series, "Quick Tips for Tough Questions."

  • RC National Trainer interviewed regarding Torah Scroll Event

    Our National Trainer Tony Feiger was interviewed on WLJN Radio in Traverse City, MI., about Ratio Christi's mission and also a June 3, 2017 event he hosted with one of our historic Torah Scrolls on display. Feiger had the chance to explain, with host Pete Lathrop, what the historic significance of the scroll is, and how RC helps students navigate more depth in their faith. 

  • RC Chapter Director Appears for Three Sundays on "Today with Christ"

    We sent Ratio Christi's chapter director at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Anna Rose Kitko, to do an in-studio interview for "Today with Christ" which is recorded in Newport, near Knoxville. Hosts Don Smith and Scott L. Ingram were so interested in Anna's information about RC and today's intolerance toward Christianity on campus that they did an extended interview with her, and it was broadcast in segments over three Sunday nights in May and June 2017 in the Arkansas-Tennessee listening area. Each segment is now coming up on their YouTube page. Here is the first, with Kitko being introduced after the show's brief opening segment.

    Here is the second installment: "Apologetis without Apology" 

    Third installment: (Kitko comes on at about 12:30 minutes): "YOU are an Evangelist"  

    Today with Christ is a contemporary division of the well-known Radio Bible Hour, on the air since 1935. 

  • RC student's article published in School Newspaper

    A student at our University of Tennessee Knoxville chapter wrote an article about Ratio Christi which was included in the school's faith-based newspaper, "Campus Corner," May 2017 issue. See Jordan Andershock's full piece as printed. Andershock served as the RC chapter's 2016-2017 President.

  • Our Visit to Dudley, Mass. with a Historic Scroll Makes Newspaper

    The appearance of RC's donated historic Yemeni Old Testament Scroll at Nichols College in Dudley, MA. was reported and photographed in the city's Webster Times from Stonebridge Press. Richard Miller, an adjunct professor at the college, is also the RC chapter director there. He stated for the newspaper, “This organization’s goals are really about God and his people and his word and how we can still rely on it today." See the article, "Nichols plays host to centuries old torah scroll," by scrolling to page 17 of the publication, or the article can be read in full from its photo at RC's news page on Facebook

  • Ratio Christi's Mission Spelled Out at 'A Clear Lens' website

    "A Clear Lens" Theology, Worldview, and Apologetics website published an article about Ratio Christi on April 21, 2017. "A Clear Lens" is a vital ministry and website which covers interviews, news, and podcasts about culture, theology and issues affecting the Christian worldview. They accepted this report, written by our Media Outreach Coordinator, to let their readership know about the overall vision and purpose of RC, and the various divisions we now encompass. While at their website, please check out other articles, podcasts and Tabs. We are grateful for their interest.

  • RC President interviewed on Moody Radio's "In the Market" with Janet Parshall

    Our president Dr. Corey Miller introduced the ministry and mission of Ratio Christi to Janet Parshall's audience on her nationally syndicated Moody Radio program. "In the Market" is one of Moody's long-running daily anchor shows and we are grateful for this opportunity to be heard across approximately 350 stations. The March 23, 2017 podcast can be heard here, with Miller coming on in the ninth minute for 20 minutes, and followed by actor Kevin Sorbo who now makes Christian-based films.

  • School Newspaper reports new Ratio Christi Chapter formed by Students

    Troy University's Tropolitan carried an article about the formation of a Ratio Christi chapter at the school. The article explains students have been wanting an organization that helps them blend faith with intellectual reason, according to scripture which tells us to love the Lord with all our heart, mind and soul. The newspaper announced the school's formal recognition of the chapter in early March, 2017.

  • RC at Appalachian State gets Great Press from Local Newspaper

    Our chapter director at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, Greg Walker, was contacted by a local newspaper, Watauga Democrat. The reporter wanted to interview him about RC's intent on campus. With many secular outlets refusing honest coverage of conservative campus organizatons, we are pleased to say this February 19, 2017 interview turned out exceptionally well. We thank reporter Thomas Sherrill for honest, forthright and unbiased coverage and chapter director Walker for his courage. See it online here: "Defending the faith: Ratio Christi brings Christian discussion to ASU."

  • "College Fix" Newspaper mentions Ratio Christi concerning Cultural Issue

    Ratio Christi was mentioned in a February 2017 article by the "College Fix" online newspaper along with other Christian/conservative organizations advocating for free speech in the debate about legalizing marijuana. Ratio Christi does not agree with legalizing marijuana. However, we do advocate for students to have free speech on campus, and in doing so must not favor only Christian free speech, but freedom of speech for students on all issues. A group of students wanted to produce pro-marijuana t-shirts including the school's logo and were stopped by the school administration. We, along with the other conservative groups mentioned, understand the threat to our own interests if a university is allowed to single out and stop a student group from expressing its viewpoints.

  • RC President Records Radio Spot for Collegiate Day of Prayer

    For the February 23, 2017 Collegiate Day of Prayer, RC President Corey Miller was invited to record a radio spot promoting the importance of praying for students and colleges, but was allowed to include information about Ratio Christi. The mp3 can be heard here at the RC website. The Collegiate Day of Prayer is a nationwide call to pray for college students and the environment at colleges and universities today. The website link allows people to "adopt a college" and instructs us as to what to pray specifically. 

  • RC Regional Director Interviewed for Article on Darwin's Theory

    Reporter Tyler O'Neil of PJ Media sourced us to see if we had any experts on Darwinian Theory, and we suggested he interview RC's Regional Director in Washington State, Timothy Foutz. O'Neil quoted Foutz several times in the resulting online news digest article, among several other well-known Christian theorists on evolution. Read "Darwin's Legacy: Anti-Science, Anti-God, Anti-Compassion," published the day before "National Darwin Day," February 12, 2017.

  • Ohio State Chapter Director's Article published on International Orality Network

    The International Orality Network (ION) spotted a blog post here at our website by RC's Chapter Director at Ohio State Eric Chabot, and asked us for reprint permission. The exceptional article, entitled "A Look at the Jesus Story, Oral Tradition and Eyewitness Memory" now appears here at ION as well. ION is an affiliation of agencies and organizations (The Lausanne Movement) working to make God’s Word available to oral learners in ways that enable worldwide church planting movements. The Lausanne Movement, now over 2,000 member groups, grew out of the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelism in 2004. We thank ION for spreading the word of this article.

  • RC Indiana Regional Director Explains "Symposia Christi" on Moody Radio

    For the second year, Ratio Christi will be part of Purdue University's Annual Apologetics Symposium in Indiana, with a special featured Live Stream broadcast February 3-5, 2017. Out of this we have established our new division, "Symposia Christi."  RC's Indiana Regional Director Joe Whitchurch explained this year's theme, "The Supernatural: Fact or Fiction?" in an interview on local Moody Radio's ‘New Day’ show with host Kelli Thompson. Here is the mp3 of this nine-minute interview into which Whitchurch packs many details. To learn more about Symposia Christi and see the full schedule for this Purdue event, go to  

  • Ohio State U Chapter Director interviewed on "Last Call" Streaming Radio Program

    In December 2016, there was a vicious and deadly stabbing at Ohio State University (OSU). The attacker was confirmed to be a follower of extreme Islam. RC's Chapter Director at Ohio State Eric Chabot was interviewed by BJ Edwards on "Last Call" Radio about Muslim indoctrination at OSU and other campuses, the drift away from Christian thinking, and the hope of Christ that Ratio Christi can instill in students with the learning of apologetics. To hear the podcast click on this link, scroll down to 12/10/16 and select the title "Ratio Christi Explains Muslim Indoctrination at OSU." Chabot comes on at about the 15-minute mark. OSU is one of the largest universities in the United States, and RC's chapter there is one of our oldest and most well-established. "Last Call" is the streaming internet radio program of the ministry Minutemen United

  • Director of RC College Prep interviewed on national BBN Radio

    Michael C. Sherrard, Director of our College Prep apologetics training for high school students, was featured in November 2016 on the Bible Broadcasting Network's "Weekend Connection" with host Hank Farrior to discuss our high school outreach. BBN is heard on over fifty U.S. stations plus streaming on the internet every Saturday. We have the mp3 posted here at our website for listening. Farrior had previously interviewed our first president, Rick Schenker, in 2014 and we thank him for his interest in coming back to us for more information.

  • White Horse Inn Streaming Internet Radio interviews Two RC Reps and a Student

    Ratio Christi's International Director Tyler Geffeny, our Chapter Director Conor Anderson from UC San Diego, and one of Anderson's chapter students were interviewed at White Horse Inn Radio by host Mike Horton. Horton established WHI more than twenty years ago in regular radio and it is now a very popular streaming Christian conservative program that airs each Sunday. This October 2016 discussion is a "must listen" for parents, grandparents, clergy, and church members about the dangerous intolerance on college campuses toward students with biblical worldview, and how difficult it is for our kids - and Christian professors, too - to maintain their faith amidst recurring secular contradictions and accusations. 

  • PJ Media, Popular Online News Digest, Highlights Ratio Christi

    Reporter and Assistant Editor of PJ Media, Tyler O’Neil, interviewed RC President Corey Miller and Professor Carol Swain for this popular online news magazine. Swain, a conservative professor at Vanderbilt University, was coming up as our Annual Symposium Keynote Speaker ten days after the interview. Discussed were intolerance toward Christian free speech on campus, the seeping in of Marxist socialism which is stopping free critical thinking, and more concerns for today’s college students and professors. This excellent October 6, 2016 interview can be read here: “6 Ways Christians Can Fight the 'Cultural Marxism' on College Campuses.”

    UPDATE: O'Neil became so interested in our ministry that he came to the Symposium and video-interviewed Dr. Swain, several students, and more RC leaders. See two of those videos here at our website: What It Takes to be a Christian Couple at a Secular Campus and Dr. Swain on several Issues affecting our students and our society.