Arthur Khachatryan (Web Master Consultant) of Cold and Lonely Truth has been grappling with some of the deeper issues of life for the last few years. His interests include ancient history, classic literature, science, theology, philosophy, poetry, art, and web technologies. He is the author of Eternal Dream Machine, a collection of poetry.
Maryann Spikes (CAA Admin) of Ichthus77 loves apologetics and philosophy, particularly all things Euthyphro Dilemma and Golden Rule. A para-educator (autism) for five years, she holds a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, is a very part-time undergraduate student, and moonlights as a freelancer at Ichthus77.com. You can follow her on Twitter @Ichthus77, connect with the Ichthus77 community on Facebook, or look her up on Google+.
Mark McGee (Thursday Blog Editor) is a career journalist and former atheist. He studied Radio and Television journalism at St. Petersburg College and St. Petersburg School of Broadcasting and spent 40 years working for several radio and television stations and two major newspapers. Mark was also a contributing reporter to major network news programs and wire services. He became a Christian in 1971 after months investigating the claims of Christianity. He studied Bible and Theology at Luther Rice College and received a Certificate in Christian Apologetics from Biola University. Mark is the author of three books and more than 20 Ebooks. He has also been involved in martial arts for more than 50 years and is a professional instructor (6th Dan) in both unarmed and armed self defense tactics. You can follow Mark on Twitter, Facebook and Google+
Suzanna Epperson (Friday Blog Editor) is a recent graduate in ESL Education and English Literature. She currently works as a Research Assistant but always has time for anything literary. Besides reading, she enjoys eating, hanging with her hubby, watching I Love Lucy, playing Lego video games, having long theological discussions, and meditating on the love of Jesus. As a natural skeptic herself, she recognizes the importance of apologetics, not only in outreach but in personal spiritual growth and desires that all Christians would learn to value it as well. Feel free to follow her on Facebook and Twitter.
Austin Gravley (Saturday Blog Editor) is working on getting a bachelors in Mass Communications with an emphasis in radio/television production. He is finishing up his basics at Amarillo College and hopes to attend WTAMU in Canyon, Tx next year. Austin is a music critic and founder of Another Ascending Lark, where he starts conversations that will catalyze Christians to love God with their minds, not just their hearts, when it comes to music. He is concerned about how the anti-intellectual disposition of contemporary Christian culture has corroded the arts. He loves music, and has grown dissatisfied with what contemporary Christian culture accepts as “good” music. Austin lives in Canyon, Tx with three of his best friends. You can reach him on Facebook or follow him on Twitter at @EvangelancerAuz and @aalblog.
Leslie Keeney (Sunday Blog Editor and Web Design Admin) was born and raised in rural Pennsylvania, but moved to the city as soon as she possibly could. She started out as a video producer and scriptwriter, then spent a wonderful five years traveling for an international ministry, but somehow never got to Paris or Oxford. Leslie currently works as an editor at Liberty University and is finishing up her Master’s of Philosophy there. She is interested in moral apologetics, and how myth, narrative, and pop culture can reveal the best of man’s universal moral intuition. She lives in Virginia with her husband, two kids, and two cats. You can follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or read her blog.
Prayson Daniel (Comments Editor) is an author at With All I Am. He is from Tanzania and is married to Lea from Denmark, making them a truly international family. They also have a daughter, Eloise. Prayson is a student of theology and philosophy, youth pastor and street evangelist with the Cross of Christ at the center of his marriage, ministries, and passion. It is the power of God that enables Prayson to enjoy and delight and tell the world about the Triune God.
An expanded list of CAA leadership beyond this blog can be viewed at the About page of our Facebook group (you may need to click “See More”).