“I have always enjoyed the intersection of philosophy and faith. I like to find and tear down the different roadblocks that hold people back from considering the Gospel of Jesus Christ. My goal is to equip Christians with reasons for their faith and to illuminate the reasonableness of the Gospel to those who wouldn’t otherwise consider it.”
APOLOGIST. TEACHER. SPEAKER. WRITER.
Jon is a speaker and writer for Engage International, the writer and host of the Ultimate Questions podcast with Power to Change, an apologist for Ratio Christi, and an adjunct professor at Master’s College and Seminary where he enjoys the privilege of teaching his favourite subjects of Philosophy, Ethics, and Apologetics. He has been involved in apologetics evangelism for over a decade.
Jon holds an MA in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from Biola University in California at the Talbot School of Theology, and a BA from Tyndale University in Toronto with a double major in Philosophy and Religious Studies. He also graduated from Niagara College with a diploma in film and video production, which is where his faith was first challenged leading to his call into this ministry.
Jon and his wife Leah reside in Peterborough, Ontario with their two children, Laura and Joshua, and their pets Lieutenant Reginald Barkley (dog), Spot and Dr. Daniel Jackson or “DJ” (cats). Jon enjoys spending time with his family, playing board games, and exploring 3-D art and game development.
Topics of interest include:
Why God allows evil
How we determine what “good” and “evil” are
The historical evidence for Christianity
The arguments for God’s existence
The intersection of science and faith
How to respond to other religious viewpoints
Offering services for
campuses, churches, conferences, debates, small groups, summer camps
In your hearts honour Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defence to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect.
1 Peter 3:15
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