1. To be engaged in the current intellectual debates raging within the academy. To show that the Judeo-Christian paradigm is immediately relevant and foundational to Philosophy, Science, Religion, History and the various disciplines within the university.
2. To influence the people in culture who might not be technical academics but are nevertheless seeking answers to the fundamental questions of life and living. Utilizing a strong apologetic approach, the purpose of these talks/forums will be to present and to bring to bear a compelling and comprehensive Christian worldview on the various issues of our time.
3. To be involved through sermons and evangelistic messages at various Churches, Christian gatherings and outreach programs in order to energize and equip fellow believers for effective encounters with doubters, skeptics and adherents of other faiths.