DR JONATHAN MCLATCHIE IS A Christian writer, International speaker, SCHOLAR, debater, ASSISTANT Professor & FOUNDER OF THE APOLOGETICS ACADEMY
BIO

Dr Jonathan McLatchie is a Christian writer, international speaker, debater, assistant professor at Sattler College, Boston, and founder of the Apologetics Academy. He holds a Bachelor’s degree (with Honors) in Forensic Biology, a Masters (M.Res) degree in Evolutionary Biology, a second Master’s degree in Medical and Molecular Bioscience, and a PhD in Evolutionary Biology.

Currently, Jonathan is an assistant professor at Sattler College in Boston, Massachusetts. He is also working on his MA in Biblical Studies at Southern Evangelical Seminary. Jonathan is a contributor to various apologetics websites, including CrossExamined.org, the Christian Apologetics Alliance, and AnsweringMuslims.com. He is also a contributor at Evolution News & Science Today, the official blog of the Discovery Institute. He is the founder of the Apologetics Academy, a ministry that seeks to equip and train Christians to persuasively defend the faith through regular online webinars, as well as assist Christians who are wrestling with doubts. Jonathan has also been interviewed on podcasts and radio shows including “Unbelievable?” on Premier Christian Radio, “Line of Fire” radio, “the one minute apologist”, and many others. He has also been a featured guest multiple times on ABN Sat’s Trinity channel discussing issues pertinent to science and faith, as well as Islam and Christianity. Jonathan has participated in more than forty moderated debates around the world with representatives of atheism, Islam, and other alternative worldview perspectives. Jonathan has spoken internationally in Europe, North America and South Africa promoting an intelligent, reflective and evidence-based Christian faith.

PUBLIC DEBATES & CONVERSATIONS
PUBLICATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS

Unbelievable?
The Inside Story
One Minute Apologist
Line of Fire
ABN Sat
Radio Pulpit
CCFM Radio
Modern Day Debate
Dogma Debate
Still Unbelievable