Khaldoun Sweis

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Khaldoun A. Sweis is the former Chair and currently Associate Professor of Philosophy at Olive-Harvey College in Chicago and serves as tutor in philosophy with Oxford University in England. After losing his son Enoch, who died in his arms, he had a paradigm shift in how he does and applies apologetics, his passion, to his life and ministry. As a Jordanian born American, his experience entails teaching philosophy and apologetics for over a decade as well as speaking at conferences both nationally and abroad in such locations as as Hong Kong, Romania, Australia, and England. He has three books including Debating Christian Theism, co-edited with Chad Meister and J.P. Moreland (Oxford University Press, 2013) and Christian Apologetics: An Anthology of Primary Sources co-edited with Chad Meister (Zondervan, 2011). He recently completed Killing God: Addressing the Seven Most Common Objections from the New Atheists (CP, 2016) and coming out soon is Logically Faithful: Navigating Life’s Darkest Moments through Evidence for your Faith. He is a member of the American Philosophical Association and the Evangelical Philosophical Society. His goal is to help equip believers to deal with suffering and navigate life through the incredible evidence we have in Christ. His website is, where you will find podcasts, blogs, and videos designed to equip believers and lovingly challenge skeptics.