Cynthia Suffern holds a B.A. in Radio, TV, and Motion Pictures from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.A. in Apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary.
Cynthia home schooled her children for eleven years, in both the United States and in France. She has tutored Japanese families in English, coached award-winning teams in creative Odyssey of the Mind competitions, and has been a teacher of worldview studies to homeschool students.
Currently, Cynthia teaches Bible studies and is a regular speaker on topics relating to Women, Faith, and Worldview.
Cynthia's Speaking Topics Include:
Women in Christianity and Islam
The Image of God Reflected in Marriage in Christianity and Islam
Discovering Worldview and Cultural Commentary in Newspaper Comics
Reflections on The Problem of Evil as an Argument for God's Existence
The Moral Argument for the Existence of God
Abraham Kuyper: Cultural Change in The Netherlands and Sphere Sovereignty