2019 Benefit Dinner
Dr. Braxton Hunter
Dr. Braxton Hunter is the former president of the Conference of Southern Baptist Evangelists (COSBE), and the current president of Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary in Evansville, Indiana. As professor of apologetics , Dr. Hunter is passionate about the defense of the Christian faith in a skeptical world.
In addition to conducting evangelistic apologetics events, he has pastored two churches. He has engaged in several live, moderated, academic debates on theological issues and the evidence for the truth of Christianity. He holds a B.A. in expository preaching, an M.A. in Theology, a Ph.D. in Christian Apologetics, and is currently working toward a DMin.
Dr. Hunter is the author of Blinding Lights: The Glaring Evidences of the Christian Faith, Death is a Doorway, Core Facts: The Strategy for Understandable and Teachable Christian Defense, Evangelistic Apologetics: Compatibility and Integration, TruthBombs: Brief Thoughts on Big Issues, and The Chronicles of the Adonai fiction series. He is also a contributor to Anyone Can Be Saved: A Defense of “Traditional” Southern Baptist Soteriology.
His Journal articles include: A Commentary on Article 8: The Free Will of Man, and A Review of What about Free Will?: Reconciling Our Choices with God’s Sovereignty, By Scott Christensen (both from The Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry). He currently resides with his wife, Sarah and their two daughters, Jolie and Jaclyn, in Evansville, Indiana.
Speakers for the WVRTL Benefit Dinners
Dr. David Prentice – Family Research Council
Dr. Alveda King – Priests for Life
David Bereit – 40 Days for Life
Father Frank Pavone – Priests for Life
Marjorie Dannenfelser – Susan B. Anthony List
Raimundo Rojas – Hispanic Outreach, National Right to Life
Jill Stanek, RN – Pro-life Columnist and Blogger
Pat Miller – WOWO Radio Host
Chad Judice – Teacher & Author, Waiting for Eli
Dr. David Prentice – Charlotte Lozier Institute
Mike Spencer – Life Training Institute
Peter Heck – Columnist, Indianapolis Star