Daniel Moore, RC’s chapter director at Western Michigan University (WMU) says “intentional discipleship” is a primary objective of this Ratio Christi chapter. Having six students receive the Legatus Christi certificate in just two years is evidence they are meeting that objective. This recognition — meaning Ambassador for Christ — is a challenge to the students to carry apologetics forward and to d... More
“Let them eat cake!” said Daniel D. Moore at the end of the spring 2015 semester. It was the night he presented three student members with Legatus Christi certificates. Moore is the Ratio Christi chapter director at Western Michigan State University (WMU). We did a previous feature on the chapter when Moore anticipated an active season in bringing Christ to c... More
Book Review: A Reasonable Response
A Reasonable Response by William Lane Craig and Joseph Gorra, is a compilation of Dr. Craig’s most insightful and instructive Q&A exchanges. The book is meant to be a “celebration and an example of the practice and ministry of answering questions.”  The questions are organized in six broad categories: (a) Knowing and Believing What Is Real, (b) God, (c) Origins and the M... More
Where Are the New Atheists Leading Us?
By Rick Schenker, President of Ratio Christi
In a letter that General Dwight Eisenhower wrote to General George Marshall on April 15, 1945, he described some of the horrors he saw in Nazi Germany’s Holocaust. He indicated that it was necessary to preserve the evidence so that, “if ever, in the future, there develops the tendency to charge these allegation... More
Become a Ratio Christi* Apologetics Missionary, of course!
How amazing it is to realize that it was not quite two months ago that I began working with Ratio Christi to become the Chapter Director for an apologetics student alliance at Western Michigan University. It’s even more amazing to acknowledge that it was just over 8 short years ago that I was a sold out, ambivalent at best, antagonistic at worst, Secular Humanist who thought the supernatural was mere super... More