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Ryan Pauly

Ryan Pauly teaches Historical Christian Doctrine and Apologetics, Comparative Religions and Worldviews, and Philosophy of Ethics at a Southern California High School. He is also the training coordinator for the MAVEN immersive experiences and is a Stand to Reason affiliate. He holds a Master's degree in Christian apologetics from Biola University and a certificate in science apologetics from the Reasons Institute. Ryan discusses a wide range of apologetics and cultural issues relating to students through writing, videos, speaking, podcast, and radio.

Answering Objections to God’s Existence | Q&A with William Lane Craig

Dr. William Lane Craig joined the live stream to answer your objections and questions on the arguments for God's existence. We also took your questions on anything related to Christianity, philosophy, and apologetics. Dr. Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy... Continue Reading →

Why are there differences in the Gospels? (with Dr. Mike Licona)

Are the Gospels hopelessly contradictory and historically unreliable? I brought on Dr. Mike Licona to take this head on with his years of scholarly research in the New Testament. Dr. Mike Licona is associate professor in theology at Houston Baptist... Continue Reading →

Discussing the Historicity of Jesus and the Accuracy of Scripture (with Brian Chilton)

How can we know whether something reported is historically true or not? What are the source materials for the life of Jesus? Did Constantine put the Bible together? How were the books of the Bible chosen? What about all the... Continue Reading →

The Central Role of Imagination in Christianity (with Dr. Holly Ordway)

Imagination is critically important today in our present apologetics endeavor. "Imaginative apologetics seeks to harness the God-given faculty of imagination to work in cooperation with reason, to open a way for the work of the Holy Spirit to guide the... Continue Reading →

What You Need To Know Before Using The Passion Translation (with Mike Winger)

The Passion Translation has grown in popularity among Christians. Its website says, "It is a meaning-for-meaning translation, translating the essence of God’s original message and heart into modern English." However, is it the same other modern translations? Should it be... Continue Reading →

How the Fear of Death Drives Us (with Dr. Clay Jones)

"For many, death is terrifying. We try to live as long as possible while hoping that science will find a way to allow us to live, if not forever, then at least a very long time." Clay Jones, a professor... Continue Reading →

Rethinking 10 Christian Clichés to Rediscover Biblical Truths (with Dr. Jeff Myers)

Do any of these sound familiar? God is good all the time; all the time, God is good.Love the sinner, hat the sin.Christianity is a relationship, not a religion.Just have faith.It's not my place to judge. What if these statements... Continue Reading →

The Power of Questions when Engaging Skeptics (with Tyler Ellis)

Tyler Ellis is an artist, an award-winning author of "Question Everything" and a keynote speaker. He is best known for his TEDx Talk, Jesus Is Not A Role Model (aka: Finding Meaning in Daily Acts of Good). After earning his... Continue Reading →

Conversations Every Christian Parent Must Have with Their Kids (with Natasha Crain)

Natasha Crain is a national speaker, author of three books, and blogger whose passion is to equip Christian parents to raise kids with an understanding of how to make a case for and defend their faith in an increasingly secular... Continue Reading →

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