Cynthia Suffern holds a B.A. from the UNC Chapel Hill, a certificate in teaching English as a Second Language from Duke University, and an M.A. in Apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary.
Cynthia teaches English to speakers of other languages and she enjoys assisting international ministries. She has a passion to encourage others, especially women and youth, to love God with their minds and think clearly about the uniqueness of Christianity and the nature of God.
Cynthia is a member of the International Society of Women in Apologetics and speaks on a variety of topics in churches and conferences.
Cynthia's Speaking Topics Include:
Women in Christianity and Islam – Views of Women and the Image of God
Worldview Commentary in Newspaper Media
Reflections on The Problem of Evil as an Argument for God's Existence
The Moral Argument for the Existence of God
How Do Christians Encourage Cultural Change?