Jonathan Morrow is the founder of www.thinkChristianly.org. He is the author of Is God Just a Human Invention?: And Seventeen Other Questions Raised by the New Atheists (with Sean McDowell), Welcome to College: A Christ-Follower's Guide for the Journey, Think Christianly: Looking at the Intersection of Faith and Culture (Zondervan, coming in 2011) and contributed the chapter "Introducing Spiritual Formation" to Foundations of Spiritual Formation: A Community Approach to Becoming Like Christ.
Jonathan also contributed several articles to the Apologetics Study Bible for Students. He graduated with an M.Div. and an M.A. in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology, where he is pursuing a D.Min in engaging mind and culture.
Currently, Jonathan is the equipping pastor at Fellowship Bible Church where he also teaches a regular class on defending the Christian faith and worldview for High School and College Students ("Is Christianity True?"). While completing his graduate work, he served as the discipleship coordinator for student ministries at Biola University and also as a spiritual formation & leadership fellow at the Howard G. Hendricks Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary. Welcome to College has been featured on Family Life Today, Point of View with Kerby Anderson, Stand to Reason, and Apologetics.com. He and his wife have been married for 10 years and have two children.
Jonathan speaks frequently on many topics related to cultivating a Christian worldview and defending the faith, including:
- The True Story of Christianity
- Following Jesus on Campus: Engaging the Challenges and Opportunities of College Life
- Has the Church Misquoted Jesus?
- Who Really Invented Christianity?
- Are Christianity and Science at Odds?
- Engaging the New Atheism
- Rethinking the Intersection of Faith and Culture
To invite Jonathan to come to speak to your church, school, youth group, or camp, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. (Any of these topics can be done in a single talk or 3-4 session retreat, or seminar.)
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