Xandra Carroll

Xandra is an adjunct speaker for RZIM based in Colorado. Her research includes work in parasitology, flow cytometry, and ecological restoration.

Xandra Carroll is an adjunct speaker for RZIM and a campus minister at Colorado School of Mines.

Xandra has a bachelor’s degree in biological science from Colorado State University and studied apologetics at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics. Xandra continued her studies at Victoria University of Wellington where she completed a master’s degree in conservation biology. Her research includes work in parasitology, flow cytometry, and ecological restoration. In 2014, Xandra launched a ministry at Colorado School of Mines to train students in apologetics and evangelism. The group is still in operation today. Xandra also teaches a six-week apologetics course in local churches around the metro Denver area.

She has lived in Asia, Oceana, Europe, Africa, and the Americas and has been invited to speak in many countries. Xandra presents on a variety of topics including:

Can a Scientist Believe in the Resurrection?
What’s Unnatural about Naturalism?
Does Conservation Make Sense without a Creator?
Must One be Secular to be a Scientist?
Are Science and Faith Contradictory?
Universe: Order or Chaos?
Where is God in my Suffering?
Why Should I Believe in a Hidden God?
Is Christianity Intolerant?
Is the Bible Bad News for Women?
Isn’t Christianity Just a bunch of Rules?
Apologetics: A Multitool
The Paradox of Leadership

Xandra currently resides in the lovely mountain town of Golden, Colorado. When she is not traveling you may find her working on a miniature sculpture or hiking through a forest.

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