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General Apologetics

Reasonable Faith Chapters

The Reasonable Faith Chapters provide a local community of like-minded people in order to fulfill the ministry's mission on the local level, including discussing doctrine and apologetics and reaching out to unbelieving friends through personal evangelism.

Ratio Christi College Chapters

Ratio Christi is the leading apologetics evangelism ministry on college campuses across the world. Our university chapters share the Gospel with students, professors, and staff. We train students to stay firm in their faith despite challenges. We defend Christianity against attacks.

Stand to Reason Outposts

“STR Outposts are local communities of Christians seeking answers to the hard questions about Classical Christianity. Each Outpost is led by a qualified director who provides STR content on Christian Apologetics and leads discussions on defending the faith.”

GAP (Grassroots Apologetics for Parents)

GAP is a Bible-centered ministry that works with local churches to launch and host chapters that equip parents with a deeper understanding of the Christian worldview and apologetics (how to make a case for and defend the truth of Christianity). Our passion is to help close the “GAP” that exists for parents between knowing the world will challenge their kids’ faith and knowing what to do about it.


Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness Center

The Intelligent Design and Evolution Awareness (IDEA) Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting intelligent design theory and fostering good - spirited discussion and a better understanding over intelligent design theory and the creation - evolution issue among students, educators, churches, and anyone else interested.


The Roots program represents a nationwide network of volunteer activists who believe that humans and nature are the result of intelligent design and who desire to raise awareness of this life-changing understanding in their local communities. Typical activists include parents & educators, pastors & lay leaders, youth & campus ministry leaders, and more. 

Organized by staff at Discovery Institute’s Center for Science & Culture, the Roots website seeks to provide resources and speakers, as well as training and networking opportunities, for this nationwide network of activists. In addition, activists are encouraged to create their own resources and organize their own events, fueling a grassroots movement in support of intelligent design.

Reasons to Believe Chapters

Reasons to Believe (RTB) Chapters exist to connect the ministry of RTB with communities around the world, uplifting and equipping fellow Christians for productive dialogue that invites doubters and skeptics of the Christian faith to explore the harmony between science and the Bible.

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