John M. Njoroge


John is a member of the speaking team at Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He speaks frequently on university campuses, churches, and conferences around the world. His passion is to help clear the fog between the academy and the local church by making the case for the credibility of the gospel of Jesus Christ in a winsome and persuasive manner.

He is a summa cum laude graduate of Talbot School of Theology where he earned a master’s degree in philosophy, a master’s degree in New Testament studies, and a master of theology. While at Talbot, he also served as a graduate teaching assistant and an adjunct faculty member.

John is the host of the African versions of RZIM’s radio programs Let My People Think and Just Thinking, which are heard in several countries across the African continent. He is in the process of completing a PhD in philosophy at the University of Georgia. He lives in Kenya with his wife, Leah, and their two boys, Jonathan and Benjamin.

Articles / Broadcasts

  • Kenya’s Second-Largest Newspaper Interviews John Njoroge on His Powerful Story

    RZIM Africa's John Njoroge was recently interviewed by The Standard Newspaper–Kenya's second-largest newspaper–on his remarkable story and the strangers who would....

    - March 16, 2017  |  Posted In: Article

  • The Last Enemy

    In spite of the proverbial certainty of death and taxes, the human psyche has always dreamed of discovering loopholes....

    - September 15, 2016  |  Posted In: A Slice of Infinity Article

  • Justice and Mercy

    One of the most publicized events of the last century was the execution of a Texas woman who had....

    - July 28, 2016  |  Posted In: A Slice of Infinity Article

  • Must the Moral Law Have a Lawgiver?

    Atheists don’t believe we need God to understand what is right and wrong. Yet Christians point to a moral....

    - May 13, 2016  |  Posted In: Just Thinking Article

  • Isms and Rabbit Trails

    Among my toughest audiences in apologetics are undoubtedly my two little boys. From the time words started forming on....

    - January 28, 2016  |  Posted In: A Slice of Infinity Article