Dianna Newman holds an Hon. B.Sc. with a double major in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Toronto, and an M.A. in Apologetics with a concentration in Philosophy from Southern Evangelical Seminary.
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