Dr. Braxton Hunter is the former president of the Conference of Southern Baptist Evangelists (COSBE), and the current president of Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary in Evansville, Indiana. As professor of apologetics, Dr. Hunter is passionate about the defense of the Christian faith in a skeptical world.In addition to conducting evangelistic apologetics events, he has pastored two churches. He has engaged in several live, moderated, academic debates on theological issues and the evidence for the truth of Christianity. He holds a B.A. in expository preaching, an M.A. in Theology, a Ph.D. in Christian Apologetics, and is currently working toward a DMin. Dr. Hunter is the author of Blinding Lights: The Glaring Evidences of the Christian Faith, Death is a Doorway, Core Facts: The Strategy for Understandable and Teachable Christian Defense, Evangelistic Apologetics: Compatibility and Integration, TruthBombs: Brief Thoughts on Big Issues, and The Chronicles of the Adonai fiction series. He is also a contributor to Anyone Can Be Saved: A Defense of “Traditional” Southern Baptist Soteriology. His Journal articles include: A Commentary on Article 8: The Free Will of Man, and A Review of What about Free Will?: Reconciling Our Choices with God’s Sovereignty, By Scott Christensen (both from The Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry). He currently resides with his wife, Sarah and their two daughters, Jolie and Jaclyn, in Evansville, Indiana.
Michael Jones is the founder and director of the non-profit organization “Inspiring Philosophy” and is primarily dedicated to research in the fields of philosophy, history, and science to uncover deep philosophical questions relating to the universe and our individual perception of life. He has published a plethora of research work on his YouTube Channel “Inspiring Philosophy” where he compiles and analyzes data for the layman to reach reasonable conclusions to a variety of philosophical quandaries. Some of his most notable work includes his presented research on quantum mechanics and how it points to a theistic worldview, a video series on Genesis 1-11, a defense of the resurrection of Jesus, and videos addressing the problem of evil and hell.
Eric Hernandez is a dynamic evangelist and apologist with a heart for proclaiming the gospel and defending the faith on theological and philosophical grounds. He is a licensed minister, a certified formation therapist, and is the Apologetics Lead and Millennial Specialist for The Baptist General Convention of Texas. He has spoken and debated on a public level at university college campuses where he adamantly defends the Christian faith against atheist, agnostic, and deistic professors of different worldviews. He holds an associate degree in social science, a bachelor’s degree in theology, and a certificate in apologetics from Biola University.
Timothy A. Stratton (PhD, North-West University) is a professor at Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary. As a former youth pastor, he is now devoted to answering deep theological and philosophical questions he first encountered from inquisitive teens in his church youth group. Stratton is founder and president of FreeThinking Ministries, a web-based apologetics ministry. Stratton speaks on church and college campuses around the country and offers regular videos on FreeThinking Ministries’ YouTube channel. He is the author of Human Freedom, Divine Knowledge, and Mere Molinism.
Adam Coleman leads a busy life as a husband, father of five busy children, social worker, published author, and public speaker. Educationally, Adam has a background in the mental health field with specialization in public advocacy. Upon graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Master’s in Social Work, Adam began a career of youth/family therapy, service to our nation’s veterans, and community organization. As a Christian apologist, Adam Coleman is passionate about equipping Christians with evidences for the faith and engaging the culture. Currently, Adam is primarily focused on using his Tru-ID Apologetics Youtube channel, Tru-ID Podcast, writings, social media engagement, and public speaking to promote the gospel of Christ while educating believers on how to be effective defenders of the Faith.
Dr. Johnathan Pritchett is the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor at Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary in Evansville, Indiana (trinitysem.edu). He is also the co-host of the Trinity Radio podcast and YouTube channel, covering issues related to Christian Apologetics and Theology. He is an engaging speaker at churches and conferences. He has also participated in formal, moderated academic debates. He has contributed several essays and articles to books and journals. In addition to his academic work, he is the founder of Theology Geek Fitness, a ministry dedicated to helping Christians live healthier lifestyles through physical fitness and nutrition. He enjoys building with LEGO®️ toys and barbering, which was his previous vocation. Having earned a bachelor, masters, and doctorate degree, he is still most proud of finishing barber’s college and keeps his barber’s license current in the state of Arkansas. He currently resides in Evansville, Indiana with his wife Misty, their teenage children, two dogs, a cat, and way too many chickens.