Steven Martins is Staff Apologist & Junior Scholar in Residence at the Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity. He holds an undergraduate degree in Human Resource Management from York University, and is working towards a Masters of Arts in Christian Apologetics at Veritas Evangelical Seminary.
Steven founded Nicene International Ministries, a Canadian apologetic ministry, in 2012 and served as the director and chief itinerant speaker for academic debates, lectures and sermons. In the past few years he has spoken in Canada, the United States, Trinidad, El Salvador, and other places, equipping the English and Spanish Church communities and engaging Muslims in dialogues and debates. Steven lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife Cindy.
George O. Simopoulos is an intern with Power to Change at the University of Toronto, downtown campus. George holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Political Science and Ethics, Society & Law from the University of Toronto.
What George envisions for himself in the coming years is to continue his studies in systematic theology and apologetics, in order to better teach future pastors and laymen in a seminary context.
Cindy Martins is a freelance music artist and worship leader. She was raised in Colombia, the USA, and Canada. She has also served for 5 years as a Worship Leader at FBC, First Baptist Church of Welland, and has traveled on missions-work throughout North, Central, and South America. She is a Mohawk College graduate with a Diploma in Practical Nursing and holds two Certificates in Christian Apologetics & Islamic-studies from the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries Academy.
Luis Dizon is a freelance apologist and researcher. He holds a bachelors degree on History and Middle Eastern Civilizations from the University of Toronto and is pursuing his Masters of Divinity at Wycliffe College, UofT. He was originally raised as a Roman Catholic; but he was never really a devout believer in God and gradually drifted into Agnosticism at around the age of sixteen. By the grace of God, he was brought to faith in Jesus Christ around October 2007 and has since been transforming into a budding theologian and apologist. His primary interests are in church history, systematic theology, and apologetics, with an emphasis on cults and comparative studies between the three Abrahamic faiths.