Speakers Bureau

The staff of Apologetics.com find themselves busy and privileged to speak at various apologetics venues, including church events, college campuses, open forums, and conferences around the globe! If you’re interested in having one of our staff members speak at your event, please fill out this form.

Jeremy Livermore

Jeremy Livermore is a Staff Apologist and radio host with Apologetics.com. He received his Masters in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. He has several years of evangelistic & international missions experience working with various organizations such as Campus Crusade, Africa Renewal Ministries, Engineering Ministries International, Engineers Without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, Euroteam Designs, & Lifewater. Jeremy has participated in missions in Uganda, Australia, Mexico, Liberia, Chile, and Latvia.

Jeremy received a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. He has been working as a structural engineer designing mid-rise buildings for a global architecture & engineering firm. He received his professional license in 2007. Jeremy has recently travelled to Liberia to design a college for a post-war community in need with EMI. Most recently, he travelled to Chile to participate in emergency disaster relief efforts after the 8.8 quake or 2010 where he provided structural engineering assessments within the Tsunami zone. When not serving with apologetics.com or foreign missions, Jeremy enjoys reading philosophical theology on the beach, creating art, and playing football, baseball, and basketball leagues.

Speaking Topics:

Reliability of the Bible
Canon Formation
Specific Bible Difficulties
Evidence for the Resurrection
Evidence for the divinity of Jesus
Criticisms of Secular Worldviews
Classical Arguments for God's Existence
Intelligent Design
Science and Religion
Philosophy of Science

Jacob Daniel

Jacob Daniel is a Staff Apologist with Apologetics.com. He was born in India and grew amidst diverse cultures and religious worldviews. Over the past years he has travelled in different parts of the world pursuing education and career in International Development. He received his pre-doctoral degree in India and did advanced studies at the University of Manchester (UK).  It was during this time his interest in Theology and Apologetics grew; subsequently, he earned his degree with distinction at the Oxford Center for Christian Apologetics & Wycliffe Hall (Oxford University). He also graduated with highest honors in Christian Apologetics from the Biola University and is currently enrolled in a PhD program with an emphasis on Apologetics and Intercultural Studies.

Jacob’s call is in evangelism and teaching and his specific interests include: cultural apologetics, comparative religion, the defense of resurrection and the problem of evil and suffering. He is passionate about presenting the gospel, both within and without the church, in a winsome and persuasive manner. His apologetic approach is motivated by an emphasis to remove the gap between the sacred and the secular and maintaining a healthy balance between faith and reason. Jacob and his wife, Preeta, currently reside in California.

Speaking Topics:

The Biblical Mandate for Apologetics
Historicity and Defense of the Resurrection
Cultural Relativism
Convergence of Faith and Reason
Comparative Religion
Islam: An Introduction
Hinduism: An Introduction
The Nature of the Kingdom of God
An Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
Reliability of the Scripture
The Nature of Truth

Richard Park

Dr. Richard Park serves as Research Fellow and Director of the Speakers Bureau, working to expand our speaking ministry globally to Asia and Europe. He also remains active with radio shows, blogs, and conference speaking. Richard obtained his D.Phil. in Theology & Religion from the University of Oxford, and completed two Master’s—Education and Philosophy—at Biola University, along with a Bachelor’s in History at the University of California, Berkeley.

Over the past 15 years, the Parks have had the invaluable privilege of being mentored by prominent Christian leaders such as Drs. Os Guinness, David Horner, John Lennox, and Alister McGrath. Drawing on their wisdom and the treasures of knowledge found in Christ (Col. 2:3), the Parks’ deepest desire is to see Jesus lifted up among the nations of the world and to invest in the next generation of Christian leaders to do the same.

Speaking Topics:

Religion and Civility
Faith in the Public Square
Apologetics and Social Change
Muslim-Christian Relations

Sam Welbaum

Sam Welbaum is the Director of Radio and Events at Apologetics.com and is one of the hosts of the Apologetics.com radio show. Sam also serves as the Young Adults Director at Shoreline Baptist Church in Fountain Valley, California.  He presently holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Christian Studies from California Baptist University, an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, a Masters of Theological Studies from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary and is currently working on his PhD in Philosophy of Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate University.

Speaking Topics:

God’s attributes


Joe Slunaker

Joe serves as a Staff Apologist with Apologetics.com and hosts one radio show a month. His areas of foci are biblical studies and ministry, and as such his shows typically revolve around theological discussions, practical apologetics and Bible-related dialogue. He holds a B.A. in Applied Theology from California Baptist University, an M.Div. from Golden Gate Theological Seminary and is finishing up his Ph.D. in Old Testament at GGTS. Joe also serves as a professor of biblical studies and biblical languages at CBU and GGTS. He is active in the California Southern Baptist Convention, serves as a pastor at Hemet Valley Baptist Church, and is currently engaged in both church planting and strategizing to reach an unreached, unengaged people group with the Gospel. Joe has a great deal of experience teaching, from Apologetics.com and evangelical conferences to courses at international seminaries and colleges.

Speaking Topics:

Old Testament
Church History
Biblical Theology
Biblical Canon
Pastoral Ministry
History of the English Bible


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