The Apologetic Junkie staff includes...
Dan graduated in 1998 with a BA in Criminal Justice from the University of Arizona and is a federal criminal investigator by profession. In 2008, he received his MA degree in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. Between these two fields of study, Dan is a frequent speaker at schools, churches, and professional organizations. He has been involved in public debates on theology and currently teaches apologetics at Mount of Olives Church in Mission Viejo. His areas of interest include the criteria for investigating factual claims and the objectivity of moral values.Chris
Chris received his BA in Biblical Studies from Biola University and his MA in Biblical and Theological Studies at Talbot School of Theology. He teaches and shepherds at Grace Evangelical Free Church of La Mirada. His areas of interest include the New Testament use of the Old Testament and the historical reliability of the New Testament.Jake
Jake received his MA in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology, and holds a BA in Philosophy from Cal State Long Beach. He is currently a full time student and serves in the teaching team and music ministries for his church. His areas of interest include the Resurrection of Jesus, God's providence and free will, the evidential argument for God from evil, cosmological argument, Islam, ethics, philosophical theology, classical literature, film, sanctification and spiritual formation.Aaron
Aaron received his BA in Criminal Justice from Columbia College. He completed his MA in Christian Apologetics at Biola University and is currently pursuing another MA in theology at Talbot School of Theology. He enjoys all things theological, philosophical, and apologetic. Aaron has spoken at local churches and high schools on various topics including apologetics, abortion, Islam, moral relativism, and Mormonism.Rusty
Rusty is a former youth ministry director and received training from Calvary Chapel Bible College. His areas of interest include philosophy and apologetics as they relate to cultural and political issues.