Recommended Speakers

These speakers can teach and deliver apologetics training to those who need it.

IMPORTANT NOTE: These are endorsements only.  These speakers do not work for, or represent Thinking Matters in any way unless otherwise stated in their bio.

Most of the following speakers have their own academic, ministry or professional association separate from Thinking Matters – but we want to endorse them as specialists in their field to encourage others to invite them to speak at churches, youth groups, camps, small groups, campus groups or theological colleges.

  • Speaking Fees: Contact the speaker directly and negotiate any speaking/writing fees and remuneration of costs. While some of these speakers may be happy to come and speak for free – many cannot afford to do this so please don’t automatically expect they will.
  • Disclaimer: These speakers do not represent Thinking Matters in all they teach or do. While we do screen them carefully for theological soundness – it’s up to you to ensure their content aligns with your needs and expectations.
  • We welcome recomendations for this database: If you wish to nominate a speaker for inclusion; please email us contact details along with a biography, subject list, pastoral and speaking references and if possible links to YouTube recordings of their material (this helps us and others evaluate their suitability).

Speakers

Click on the following speakers to view a full biography and list of topics:

Todd Funk

Todd Funk

General Apologetics, Youth Groups/Camps, Churches
Trevor Mander

Trevor Mander

General Apologetics, Evangelism, Training, Courses, Cult-Watch
Rodney Lake

Rodney Lake

General Apologetics, Evangelism, Youth Ministry, Apologetics Training

Topics

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Audiences

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Where they live

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