Nathan Rittenhouse is an Itinerant Speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He was graduated from Bridgewater College in Virginia with a double major in Physics and Philosophy and Religion, and a minor in Mathematics before attending the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He holds an M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
Nathan has interests in topics of science and religion, church history, and systematic theology. He grew up in an active church and Christian family and developed an enthusiasm for Christ that has intensified with his academic studies. As a student, Nathan refreshed his mind by running track and cross-country and continues to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities with his wife and kids.
Nathan spent the last three years traveling and speaking in universities throughout New England, and is currently focusing on the Mid-Atlantic region.
What is the relationship between faith and science?
Why are we here? What is the purpose of a person?
An introduction to Christian apologetics
Why trust the Bible?
Spiritual conversations: 12 tips
What does it mean to be human?
What is it like to be a Christian?
Social media: to engage or disengage?
Is there such a thing as absolute morality?
Is Christianity a copycat religion?
Why does the truth matter?
Jesus among sources of hope
Faith and Reason
Metanarratives of conquest and hope (seeing ourselves as part of a bigger story; looks at parallels and differences between Christianity and many of the world’s famous narratives).