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  • "Apologetics and RC Kept Me from Leaving Christianity"

    Matthew Adamson is the current president of the Ratio Christi chapter at the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH). This aerospace engineering major says he likely would have abandoned Christianity if he had not discovered apologetics through our chapter there.

    “Apologetics and RC saved me from leaving the faith after high school,” he says. “I had experienced a couple years of extreme doubt and had...   More

  • RC Leaders & Student Interviewed on "Educate for Life" Radio & YouTube

    Ratio Christi's VP of Operations Michael F Bossman, RC Chapter Director Conor Anderson from San Diego State University, and graduating student Evan Young from our North Carolina College Prep outreach were interviewed on Educate For Life's streaming internet program with EFL's host and creator Kevin Conover. 

    The lively video conversation encompassed RC's vision and purpose, discrimination of Christian students in academia, and how apologetics training can add s...   More

  • February 25: One United Day of Prayer for Colleges by Christians in America!

    The Collegiate Day of Prayer, Thursday, February 25. (Adapted from the Collegiate Day of Prayer website with thanks to Dave Smithers.)

    One day. February 25, 2016. The Collegiate Day of Prayer. 4,706 colleges and universities in America. 21 million students.  1.5 million professors.

    One example. In the 1800s, evangelist D. L. Moody called on 300 moms to pray for college students who had been resistant to his message. M...   More

  • What do We do with Old Testament laws?

    As our culture becomes more hostile to Christianity, Christians need to know how to answer the question: How do Christians know which morals expressed in the Old Testament no longer apply?  This is a question that Christians have been mocked and discredited because there are few consistent answers.   More

  • Some Things to Expect After College

    Your college years are the beginning of the rest of your life, as they say.  You're finally independent, making your choices for yourself, and learning about things you've never even heard of before.   More

  • Moral Credibility

    As summer break comes in coming weeks, many will be heading out on vacation.  There's a new trend in Christian circles that can kill your credibility to others.

    Some argue that morality is just making mountains out of molehills.  However, even those who think moral issues are often blown out of proportion recognize that a person's character impacts how much you trust them.    More

  • Making Most of the Time You Have

    Managing time was one of the greatest challenges for college students.  Freedom to choose what to do and more opportunities than you know what to do with ends up with a very full semester.   More

  • Atheist Q&A at a Frank Turek Event

    I recently attended Frank Turek's "I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist" event at SMU (Southern Methodist University) in Dallas.  The local Ratio Christi chapter co-sponsored the event so I was eager to attend.   More

  • "Thou Shalt Not Judge"?

    In a society that is becoming more accepting of immoral behavior, the claim that Jesus told Christians not to judge is being used frequently to try to force Christians to have a "live and let live attitude."  How can we be ready to respond to these situations?   More

  • Book Review - Cultural Captives

    There are not many books out there that offer in depth research on what the cultural trends are and then compare it to the other studies that are out there in order to get greater perspective, but this one does.   More