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Anna Kitko

Cults and New Religions Specialist

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Maryville, Tennessee 37801

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Anna Kitko

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Anna first began in the Apologetics field witnessing to Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, and Christian Scientists. She now has three university degrees in the field and a Masters of Biblical Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary. She is a member of the International Cultic Studies Association and is both Regional Director for Tennessee and Chapter Director at the University of Tennessee - Knoxville, and also Ratio Christi's Cults and New Religions Specialist.. 

Anna adores the outdoors, formal debate, research and analysis of biblical mysteries and making people feel comfortable discussing uncomfortable topics because those can be the most important conversations one can and ought to have.


Anna was made providentially aware of her calling in High School, having been caught up in ministering to cult groups. She has fully embraced this calling and believes that she has been made to bring enrichment and growth to the church through the teaching and equipping of others to be able to better understand and articulate their faith to both themselves and to the world at large. 


- Reformed Theological Seminary, Master of Biblical Studies, 2018

- University of Florida, Bachelor of Science in Religion, 2010

- University of Florida, Bachelor of Science in Philosophy, 2010

- University of Cambridge, Advanced International Certificate of Education, 2007

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