Dianna Newman holds an Hon. B.Sc. with a double major in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Toronto, and an M.A. from Southern Evangelical Seminary, in Apologetics and Philosophy.
Dianna’s passion is to help equip college and university students defend their faith while on the secular campus or in the marketplace; as a member of TEAM, she travels both nationally and internationally to speak at universities, churches, women's conferences, and community events.
Dianna is a member of the speaking team for the International Society of Women in Apologetics (ISWA).
Dianna's Speaking Topics Include:
Christian Apologetics: Why It Matters
The Knowability of History
Abortion as a Human Rights Issue: Discussing Both Sides of the Debate
Christianity and Islam: Knowing the Essential Differences
Woman in Christianity and Islam
Christianity and the New Age