I am an emerging apologist. I have been a missionary evangelist, church planter and pastor for the past twenty years. I started out in Nigeria and have ministered in several countries including Cameroon, Ghana, Canada and presently United States of America.
I planted a church in Anchorage Alaska in 2014 and in 2017 planted an apologetics student club on the campus of University of Alaska, Anchorage. I have a passion to facilitate a vigorous apologetics evangelism in Alaska because statistically 70% of Alaska residents claim to be non-religious. My second passion is to combat anti-intellectualism among Christian churches particularly Pentecostal/charismatic churches through apologetics seminars and equip the believers with reasons for their belief.
My undergraduate degree is in Microbiology. I have taken several courses in theology and ministry and a Masters in Missiology (self study). I recently completed my MA in Christian Apologetics and pursuing another MA in Science and Religion at Biola University. I have also started prerequisite classes for a PhD in philosophy of Religion at Southern Evangelical Seminary. My academic area of interest is religious epistemology and faith. Becoming part of RZIM community is a seven-year dream, come true. I’ll be attending the RZIM Emerging Apologists program this winter 2018.