Ratio Christi at Dallas Baptist University

Come join us Thirsdays starting January 31st room 111B in the International Center at 7:30 PM. Message us on facebook Ratio Christi DBU for further directi

Ratio Christi seeks to encourage and strengthen the faith of Christian students at secular and liberal institutions across the country, while also sharing Christ's message and love to those that have yet to receive it, through the use of intellectual investigation and apologetics. Ratio Christi believes that Christians have failed to address the pressing questions of worldview, science, philosophy , history, etc. Consequently, the Secular Humanist worldview has overtaken the university and the minds of students. By situating apologetic clubs at universities across the nation, we hope to take part in the battle for the mind and begin to reverse the Humanist trend of thought by providing and equipping students with the answers, or means of getting the answers, to the pressing questions of life. *Ratio Christi appreciates financial support. (Visit www.ratiochristi.org/donate for details).

Bringing together faith & reason... Establishing the intellectual voice of Christ at the university.

Mission: Ratio Christi is a global movement that equips university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ.


Defending a Powerful Argument for God's Existence (Dr. Josh Rasmussen)

Check out this conversation with Dr. Josh Rasmussen on Modal Cosmological Arguments. These kinds of arguments are some of the best ones we have for thinking God Exists. Enjoy!


In this livestream, Dr. Josh Rasmussen (@Worldview Design) joins me to explain and answer objections to Modal Cosmological Arguments. This is a particular ki...


Defending a Powerful Argument for God's Existence (Dr. Josh Rasmussen)

Check out what are in my opinion some of the strongest arguments for God's existence.

In this livestream, Dr. Josh Rasmussen (@Worldview Design) joins me to explain and answer objections to Modal Cosmological Arguments. This is a particular ki...

HBU Apologetics


You will me missed Ravi, so thankful for you ministry.

This morning, our beloved founder and apologist Ravi Zacharias went home to be with Jesus. RZIM’s CEO, Sarah Davis, shares this reflection on her father:

On January 4, my dad recited a stanza from this hymn from the late Richard Baxter (1615-1691):
“Lord, it belongs not to my care
Whether I die or live;
To love and serve Thee is my share,
And this Thy grace must give.

If life be long, I will be glad,
That I may long obey;
If short, yet why should I be sad
To welcome endless day?

Christ leads me through no darker rooms
Than He went through before;
He that unto God’s kingdom comes
Must enter by this door.

Come Lord, when grace hath made me meet
Thy blessed face to see;
For if Thy work on earth be sweet
What will thy glory be!

Then I shall end my sad complaints
And weary sinful days,
And join with the triumphant saints
That sing my Savior’s praise.

My knowledge of that life is small,
The eye of faith is dim;
But ‘tis enough that Christ knows all,
And I shall be with Him.”

None of us could have imagined just two months after reciting that last stanza that my dad would learn he had cancer and he would experience the realization of this more than 300-year-old hymn so soon. Today we affirm, as my dad recited and Baxter penned, “But ‘tis enough that Christ knows all, and I shall be with Him.” My dad, at 74, has “join[ed] with the triumphant saints that sing [his] Savior’s praise.” We who knew and loved him celebrate his life, and more importantly, his Savior.

It was his Savior, Jesus Christ, that my dad always wanted most to talk about. Even in his final days, until he lacked the energy and breath to speak, he turned every conversation to Jesus and what the Lord had done. He perpetually marveled that God took a seventeen-year-old skeptic, defeated in hopelessness and unbelief, and called him into a life of glorious hope and belief in the truth of Scripture—a message he would carry across the globe for 48 years.

His thoughts and conversations in recent years and his final weeks were saturated with gratitude for this team of evangelists, apologists, and staff that he called family: RZIM—Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He spoke of our evangelists’ tender hearts and their love for people. Some have said my dad blazed a trail when he began commending the Christian faith and addressing life’s great questions of meaning nearly five decades ago. As one friend dear to him remarked, he has also paved that path, desiring that his teammates around the world would continue so untold millions might know the same Jesus he faithfully served—the one he now sees face-to-face.

My dad’s humility, grace, tenderness for people, and above all love for the Lord are forever imprinted on my mind, my heart, and my life. His love for our family will be impossible to replace until we join him in heaven one day. Ravi and Margie just celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary. My mother was entirely committed to my dad’s calling and to this ministry, believing God called them together. I cannot recall even one moment when I saw her commitment to this calling weaken, because she always placed unwavering trust in the God who called them and in His purposes. We experienced God’s kindness and faithfulness in so many ways as we felt Him journeying with us in bringing my dad home. For this we are at peace and filled with deep gratitude to God for the innumerable expressions of His love. Naomi, Nathan, and I are deeply grateful for your continuing prayers for our mother, Margie, and the many expressions of love you have shown to her and to us.

Soon our family will gather for a graveside service. In the days ahead we will provide details for a memorial service to be held in Atlanta and streamed around the world.

The Gospel of John records these words of Jesus: “Because I live, you also will live” (14:19)—seven words that changed the trajectory of Ravi Zacharias’s life some 57 years ago. It is a verse etched on his grandmother’s grave stone and will be etched on his too. Today my beautiful father is more alive than he has ever been. We thank God for him and recommit our lives to sharing this truth with all who will hear, until He calls us to our eternal home.

With deep love and gratitude, and on behalf of Margie, Naomi, and Nathan,

Sarah Davis



How Can We Know Immaterial Truths from Physical Realities? | SES

ses.edu It is obvious from my experience that not everyone is interested in philosophy or philosophical questions. But there should be wide interest in an answer to the above question. I was taking my car in


Undesigned Coincidences in the Old Testament - Dr. Timothy McGrew


Revealed Apologetics

In this interview, Eli Ayala discusses the nature and strength of the Transcendental argument for God’s existence with Dr. James Anderson of Reformed Theological Seminary.

Capturing Christianity

Have questions/doubts about the Fine-Tuning Argument? Dr. Luke Barnes will be on the channel tonight (8pm Central) answering them live! Link: https://youtu.be/siC4A7eqiUw


The SALT Method of Evangelism

Using the acronym S-A-L-T to tell the Gospel of Christ.

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Does God Exist and what are some of His Attributes?

RZIM Canada

Does God Exist? with Dr. Calum Miller

"Does God Exist?" - a profound question asked by people through many generations, and across many nations.
Join us on Wednesday at noon as Alanzo Julian Paul and Dr.Calum Miller help answer this question together.

RZIM Canada

"Does God Exist?" - a profound question asked by people through many generations, and across many nations.
Join us on Wednesday at noon as Alanzo Julian Paul and Dr.Calum Miller help answer this question together.


Did Jesus Rise From the Dead?

ratiochristi.org Do You Believe? — Book 6 Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? By William Lane Craig It is often said that Christianity stands or falls with the resurrection of Jesus. But here more nuance is needed. Christianity certainly stands or falls with the event of Jesus’


Unbelievable? Is the resurrection unbelievable? Jonathan McLatchie vs David Johnson: Saturday 11 April 2020 2:30:00 pm - Premier Christian Radio

Here's a recent debate on the evidence of the Resurrection with Dr. Jonathan McLatchie. Hope all is going well with everyone!

premierchristianradio.com Christian apologist Jonathan McLatchie and atheist sceptic David Johnson debate the evidence for the resurrection in an Easter weekend edition of the show.

Tune in today at 3pm for a live discussion on Pascal's Wager with Cosmic Skeptic and Dr. Liz Jackson hosted by Capturing Christianity!

Cosmic Skeptic will join Dr. Liz Jackson and I on my channel today at 3pm Central to discuss his objections to Pascal's Wager. Really looking forward to it!

Link: https://youtu.be/5eLNx-Or8Go


Five Must-See Debates During the Quarantine

Unsure of how to spend your time at home during quarantine? Here are a list of 5 great debates you should watch!


seanmcdowell.org What are the most interesting and important "God" Debates to watch during the quarantine? Sean list five of his favorites on a moral and philosophical issues.


The Moral Argument

Come join us tonight at 7:45 for our Ratio Christi meeting!! Tonight we will be discussing the Argument from Morality! As always we will be in room 111A. Bring and friend and join the discussion!! See you then!!


For more resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/moral View the Kalam Cosmological Argument animation video: http://youtu.be/6CulBuMCLg0 View the Fin...


A Historian Explains the Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus (Dr. Gary Habermas)

Come join us tonight for our next Ratio Christi meeting tonight at 7:45 as we go over the central tenant of Christianity, a defense of the Resurrection!!

We will be in room 111a of the international center, bring a friend and join the discussion!

Here's a great video on the evidence by Dr. Gary Habermas. Check out Capturing Christianity for other excellent videos!!


In this interview, historian and philosopher Dr. Gary Habermas explains the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus. We also talk about NDE's (Near Death Expe...

[02/04/20]   No meeting tonight!!! We will be doing Bi-Weekly meetings this semester. See you next week!

We are back!!! Come join us tonight as we start up our Ratio Christi meetings again. We will be discussing the role of Apologetics in Evangelism as well as what the mission of Ratio Christi is. See you tonight at 7:45 in the international center!!

[12/09/19]   Come join us tonight for our last meeting of the Semester. We will have Nate Childs giving his last talk on the Prosperity Gospel before he graduates this month. He has served us well as our student president and we are sad to see him go but excited for his future.

7:45 in room 111a in the International center. See you then!

[11/18/19]   Come join us tonight at 7:45 as my friend Ben Wagenknecht speaks on "Fine-Tuning of the Laws of Physics: Evidence for the existence of an Intelligent Designer". Ben is a frequent speaker at our Ratio Christi meetings and has extensive knowledge of the Cosmological argument as well as Teleological arguments both at the Astrophysics level and Biological level. We will be meeting in the international center room 111a

Bring a friend and come join the conversation!!

[11/11/19]   Come Join us tonight as our Student VP Adam Barton will be giving a talk on C.S Lewis's argent from Desire.

As always we will be meeting at 7:45 in the International center, bring a friend and join tue conversation!!


Luke Knight | Apologetics Speaker

Come join us tonight as we have Luke Knight join us to talk on "The Gospel and Personal Identity". Luke Knight is a speaker and thinker based in Fort Worth, Texas where he lives with his wife Aubrey. He is currently attending Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary to attain a Masters in Theology. Luke has a passion for helping others find the truth in the gospel and for asking questions.

As always, We will be in room 111a in the international center at 7:45. See you then!!


lukeknight.org Welcome to Between Worlds by Luke Knight. A community dedicated to thinking biblically about the world and taking the gospel into our everyday lives.

[10/28/19]   Come join us tonight at 7:45 pm for our Ratio Christi meeting. We will have our Chapter President Nate Childs speaking on how to engage with Jehovah's Witnesses. As always we will be meeting in room 111a of the International center. Bring a friend and join the discussion!!

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[10/21/19]   Our Ratio Christi meeting has been cancelled for tonight, see you next week!!

[10/14/19]   Come join us tonight as we go over the Kalam Cosmological Argument as an argument for the existence of God.

7:45 room 111A in the International center. See you then!

[10/07/19]   No meeting tonight!!! Have a great fall break!!


Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions

Come join us tonight for out next Ratio Christi meeting as we go over Greg Koukl's book "Tactics". These principles will help you stay in control of a conversation and keep it on track. We will also go over informal fallacies as well.

See you tonight at 7:45pm in room 111B of the International center!

Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions https://www.amazon.com/dp/0310282926/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_d7HKDbVPYC4B6

amazon.com In a world indifferent or even opposed to Christian truth, followers of Christ must be better equipped to communicate the timeless of the Christian faith. But how do you have a conversation with someone who is intent on proving you wrong and won't accept the Bible as a source of authority? I...

Come join us tonight at 7:45 in room 111a of the international office as we discuss Epistemology and Informal Fallacies. We will learn how to think about "Truth" as well as how to spot bad arguments. See you then!

[09/16/19]   Hey everyone! Unfortunately we will need to cancel tonight's Ratio Christi meeting. See you next week!!

[09/09/19]   Come join us tonight for our first meeting of the semester at 7:30 in room 111a of the International Center!! Come join the discussion!!

Come join us on Monday September 9th at 7:30pm as we start up our Ratio Christi meetings this semester! We will begin our time discussing what we do here at Ratio Christi as well as discuss the predominant worldviews of our culture: Scientism & Postmodernism

We will be meeting in room 111A of the International center. See you then!!

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