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Jay has an MA in Cognitive Psychology, an M.Div in Apologetics, Ethics, and Biblical Studies and is pursuing a ThM in New Testament. He lives in Denver, CO and is in the process of starting a Ratio Christi chapter at Arapahoe Community College. Jay is also the Director of Apologetics Awareness and Christianity for Everyone and a Reasonable Faith chapter director.
I grew up outside of the church and was fairly critical of Christianity and religion. When I realized my beliefs about religion were acquired from pop-media and were contradictory, I decided to investigate it rationally. I was shocked to discover there were arguments and evidence for Christianity, but I doubted it could be true because no Christian I had ever known mentioned it and I thought that if it was true, that’s all they would talk about. In an attempt to refute the Christian claims, I sought out the people I thought were the smartest, most honest, and least biased people in the religion debate: atheist academics. To my surprise, I found that the atheist and other non-Christian arguments could not refute the Christian arguments and were not nearly as strongly supported by the evidence. As a result of the evidence, I became a Christian in 2005 and have been passionately involved in apologetics ever since.
- Denver Seminary, Pursuing ThM in New Testament (2018 – present)
- Denver Seminary, MDiv in Apologetics, Ethics, and Biblical Studies (2015 – 2018)
- University of Colorado Colorado Springs, MA in Cognitive Psychology (2011 – 2012)
- U.S. Air Force Academcy, BS in Behavioral Science (2003 – 2007)
- Member of Evangelical Philosophical Society (2016 – present)