New Life Smithfield,
Smithfield, RI

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Evangelical Philosophical Society
The EPS is a leading organization of professional scholars and leaders in apologetics, philosophy, and theology who seek to show the plausibility of the Christian worldview to various areas of thought, life and culture. Twice each year the EPS’s journal, Philosophia Christi, publishes leading essays and book reviews that contribute to various areas of knowledge in apologetics, philosophy of religion, philosophical theology, and ethics.

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Biola Apologetics
Biola University’s Christian Apologetics Program features a variety of disciplines to train Christians to contend for the faith. It offers two Master of Arts degrees, a Certificate Program, and a variety of debates, lectures, and special events open to the public. These programs and events are designed to meet the needs of people with families, careers, and active lives across the United States and receive a stimulating education on the defense of the faith. Biola University is a private Christian university founded in 1908 in Southern California. It offers 145 academic programs through seven schools. All programs are regionally and professional accredited.

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New Life Church
Founded in 1988 by Pastors Stephen and Nancy Boyce, New Life Worship Center began as a tiny storefront chapel located behind Little Rhody’s A&W Root Beer Restaurant on Route 44 in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Over the last two decades, it is largely evident that our Church history has been in step with the blessings of God. Under the dynamic leadership of just six adults, with their three children, New Life has since developed into a vibrant congregation.