Worldview Summit features the work and ministry of Peter Kupisz. It seeks to provide a clear and articulate explanation as to why Christianity makes sense for both believers and unbelievers.
Peter has been studying Christian apologetics for 20+ years and enjoys talking to people of all different religious and philosophical persuasions. He worked as an Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at universities in California and as a full-time Instructor at universities in South Korea. After being on staff with Power to Change (previously known as “Campus Crusade for Christ”) for 5 years, he founded Worldview Summit. Now based in Canada, he speaks at churches, schools, and universities in various parts of the world including South America, Asia, Europe, and North America. In his free time he enjoys debating online, movies, travelling, hiking, and exploring the world.
M.A. History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, 2010 (University of Toronto)
M.A. Philosophy of Religion and Ethics, 2005 (Talbot School of Theology)
Full-time Lecturer 2009-2014 Dongju College, South Korea
Full-time Lecturer, 2007 Catholic University of Busan, South Korea
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, 2005 Bethesda University, California
Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, 2004-2005 Biola University, California
To contact Peter Kupisz you can email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org