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Students at Wayne State who want to learn to defend their faith more effectively are involved with Ratio Christi, a student critical thinking club. Events under consideration include panel discussions with non-Christian (e.g., students who identify as atheist, secular, Muslim, agnostic, ect.), apologetics training workshops, and informal discussions about such topics as whether God exists, whether Jesus resurrected from the dead, and the problems of evil and suffering in the world (theodicy).
Students meet informally at "Brainstorming Breakfast" (breakfast provided) from time to time to discuss and plan apologetics initiatives on campus.
If you are interested in attending a Brainstorming Breakfast or become involved in apologetics on Wayne State's campus, contact Ratio Christi by sending an email to WSU@RatioChristi.org.
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Our fall semester meetings begin during the first week of classes, on August 23rd at 7:00 pm! We meet weekly upstairs at the student center in the student resource center. Everyone is welcome!
The Legatus Christi award was made in memory of Jordan slusher, a UNC Charlotte student who died do to a hiking accident in 2012. Jordan was a leader in the Ratio Christi chapter at his university. His motto was "win the person, not the argument". Ratio Christi awards this to other students like Jordan. Today that student is Ben Williamson.
Winthrop's Campus TV program, "Winthrop Close-Up," did a short but terrific interview with our apologetics students and chapter co-director Devin Pellew, during a session. See the video here.
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INDIAN TRAIL, N.C., Feb. 22, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- Ratio Christi Campus Apologetics Alliance's chapter at Kennesaw State University filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday (February 20, 2018) to challenge policies that officials used to relegate its pro-life display to a "speech zone" that makes up less than 0.08 percent of the 405-acre campus.
"Public universities are supposed to be the marketplace of ideas, where all ideas are welcome, not just those that university bureaucrats consider acceptable," said Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Travis Barham, one of the attorneys representing Ratio Christi. "Kennesaw State allows officials to quarantine any student speech they deem 'controversial'—including a pro-life display—to a tiny, difficult-to-access part of campus. But the First Amendment prohibits universities from restricting where students can speak."
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MARY JO SHARP is our speaker Feb 3rd at the Regional Meeting in College Station.
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Are you a college student who feels overwhelmed by the attacks and criticisms that are being leveled against the Christian faith? Do you have your own questions or doubts about the reliability of the Bible or the truthfulness of the Christian message? There are answers.
Ratio Christ at Germanna Community College is a local chapter of a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give the historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. (Click here to learn more about Ratio Christi's Vision). Ratio Christi's mission is to transform lives in order to change tomorrow's culture. Why not be a part of a great ministry movement at Germanna.
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Ratio Christi will meet each Thursday evening at 7:00 pm in the Student Resource Center! The SRC is located on the second floor of the Memorial Student Center! Everyone is welcome!
Our final meeting of the fall semester was held on December 7th at Fat Pattys! Thank you to everyone for a great semester!
Our end of year Christmas party is 12/5 at 7pm in MUB 330. Come for TONS of food, fun, and exploring if Jesus is just a copy of other gods.
We are planning to present a class based on Dr. William Lane Criag's book On Guard! It is supposed to be an introductory type class but, it is a little more in-depth than many expect. If you are interested in finding out more or attending this 8 week class please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom Griffin, project manager for Ratio Christi's Truth Matters TV show, has taken his 13 years of experience teaching fifth grade Sunday School in his local church and developed it into a published curriculum for use by homeschool teachers, parents, grandparents, and Sunday School teachers. The one-year curriculum includes weekly scripture and apologetics lessons. The Leader's Guide is an essential tool for getting the most out of the study which is available for fifth through eighth graders. For downloadable samples of each grade, go to this link where you will also find information on ordering.
Kevin and Sam Sorbo are teaming up with Sean Hannity to produce a faith-based filmed. Let There Be Light will arrive in theaters on Oct. 27. Sam Sorbo has invited Ratio Christi to provide apologetics related material for the movie app in hopes of answering movie goers' initial inquiries into Christianity. Ratio Christi has called on its partnerships with The Poached Egg, Mama Bear Apologetics, and our own Truth Matters television show to provide material for the app. Stay tuned for more information when the movie and the app release.
An August 18, 2017 event led by our RC chapter at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville was promoted in a nice article in the Blount County newspaper, The Daily Times. Chapter Director Anna Rose Kitko would speak about "Defending the Faith" at the Blount County Library.