Arthur Khachatryan (WebMaster) of Cold and Lonely Truth has been grappling with some of the deeper issues of life for the last few years. His interests include ancient history, classic literature, science, theology, philosophy, poetry, art, and web technologies. He is the author of Eternal Dream Machine, a collection of poetry.
Maryann Spikes (Admin) of Ichthus77. I love apologetics and philosophy, particularly all things Euthyphro Dilemma and Golden Rule. A para-educator (autism) for five years, I am a very part-time undergraduate student and moonlight as a freelancer at Ichthus77.com. You can follow me on Twitter @Ichthus77, connect with the Ichthus77 community on Facebook, or look me up on Google+.
J.W. Wartick (Posts Leader) of Always Have a Reason. J.W. Wartick is a graduate student in Christian Apologetics at Biola University. His interests include philosophy of religion–particularly the existence of God, astronomy, biology, archaeology, and sci-fi and fantasy novels. He loves walking with God alongside his wife, Beth. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, or his site.
Jonathan McLatchie (Mentor-Editor) of Christian Apologetics UK. I’ve been a Christian since 1996, having had the privilege of being raised in a Christian home. I am 23 years old, and have become interested in Christian apologetics over the last 4 or 5 years. I hold an honors degree in Forensic Biology, and a Masters (M.Res) degree in Evolutionary Biology. I am a proponent of the scientific theory of intelligent design (ID), about which I have written extensively on Evolution News & Views and Uncommon Descent, in addition to being involved with the Centre for Intelligent Design UK. I am also a contributor to various apologetics websites including ApologeticAlliance.com CrossExamined.org, AllAboutGod.com, and GotQuestions.org. I have participated in a number of summer internships: those have been with the Discovery Institute in Seattle Washington, with AllAboutGod in Colorado Springs and with Frank Turek in Charlotte North Carolina. I am also a graduate of the CrossExamined Instructor Academy (CIA) and the Discovery Institute’s student summer seminar program. Outside of my academic interests, I am also a tournament chess player, with a FIDE (International Chess Federation) rating of 1855.
Prayson Daniel (Comments Editor), author at With All I Am. I am Tanzanian married to a God treasuring and wonderful Danish lady Lea, a father to a wonderful daughter, Eloise, a student of theology and philosophy, youth pastor and street evangelist who wish to make others be glad in God.The Cross of Christ is at the center of my marriage, ministries and passion. It is the power of God that enables me to enjoy and delight in Him as I make much of our Triune God.
Brandon Van Deinse (Mentor-Editor). I’m a husband, papa, student, worker, and Christian. I am double-majoring in English and Biblical Studies. I also work full-time as Development Associate for a private Christian school in Philadelphia. I like reading, writing, and working out. I also love to eat–big time. My wife and boy are my heart and soul. Check out Brandon’s site The Theological Brute.
Chad Miller (Posts Leader). I became a Christian in late 1997 and instantly gravitated toward apologetics, even though my conversion had little to do with apologetic arguments. I originally started with “in house” apologetics to properly determine what version of Christianity was true, and then moved into the area of classical apologetics later. I’m continuing to grow further in my knowledge and understanding this crucial area of ministry, and one day hope to serve as a lay Pastor of Apologetics. Contact me via Twitter if you have any questions.
Tom Gilson (Mentor-Editor) is a ministry strategist and author on staff with Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ), currently assigned to develop global-use curriculum for adult discipleship and to launch a new Life Leadership Institute for emerging leaders at King’s Domain in southwest Ohio. He blogs at ThinkingChristian.net and at First Thoughts, and writes a monthly column for BreakPoint. He and his wife, Sara, live in Lebanon, Ohio, with their college-age son and daughter, Jonathan and Lisa. He enjoys hiking and canoeing, and his continuing question to help Christian leaders understand more wisely so as to minister more deeply.
Austin Gravley (Posts Leader). I am a 21 year old college student at Amarillo College in Amarillo, Tx, majoring in Mass Communication. I am the former head videographer (and, this past summer, head sound engineer) of Panfork Baptist Encampment in Wellington, Tx. I have been studying apologetics for roughly four years now, and my love is philosophical apologetics and cultural apologetics in relation to music. I write on Another Ascending Lark, where I regularly publish album reviews and other posts concerning Christianity’s relationship to music and culture. I love Keurig coffee, progressive metal, drinking grape juice in wine glasses, and people. Find me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter (@EvangelancerAuz).
Randy Everist (Posts Leader). Randy Everist is a Posts Leader who blogs at Possible Worlds. He is married to his lovely wife Jodi and lives in Jacksonville, FL. Equipping believers with solid Christian philosophy, theology, and apologetics is his life’s passion. He is currently teaching English and Poetic Books at a small college, and hopes to earn his Ph.D. one day.
Sarah Abbey (Posts Leader and Admin). Sarah studied apologetics at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics in Oxford, England. It was during that time her desire to connect apologetics with everyday life and the joy of knowing God took shape, resulting in Penny of a Thought. Sarah’s hobbies include reading, cheering loudly while watching college sports, laughing with friends, and playing whatever imaginative game her young niece comes up with. You can follow Sarah on Twitter @pennyofathought.
Nelis Ebersohn (Posts Leader and Admin). Even though I got saved at age 12, I lived an alcohol and drug filled life. In 2004 I re-dedicated my life to Christ with my amazing wife and we both serve Him in our local church. I was always interested in Apologetics, but the final push to study it more came when a friend started asking questions that I couldn’t answer. I have an Apologetics website with a friend, IntelligentFaith315.com, follow us on twitter (IF315), Facebook or download our app in the app store or google play store.
Leslie (Admin) was born and raised in rural Pennsylvania, but moved to the city as soon as she possibly could. She started out as a video producer and scriptwriter, then decided it would be fun to be a graphic designer for a few years. She spent a wonderful five years traveling for an international ministry, but somehow never got to Paris. Leslie currently works as an editor at Liberty University and is in the process of getting her Master’s of Philosophy, focusing on moral apologetics, and how myth, narrative, and pop culture can reveal the best of man’s universal moral intuition. She lives in Lynchburg with her husband, two kids, and two cats.
Suzanna Epperson (Posts Leader) is a recent graduate in ESL Education and English Literature. She currently works as a Research Assistant but always has time for anything literary. Besides reading, she enjoys eating, hanging with her hubby, watching I Love Lucy, playing Lego video games, having long theological discussions, and meditating on the love of Jesus. As a natural skeptic herself, she recognizes the importance of apologetics not only in outreach but in personal spiritual growth and desires that all Christians would learn to value it as well. Feel free to follow her on Facebook and Twitter.