Ruxandra studied Faculty for Geology and Geography at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University in Iași, Romania. Although initially trained in Political Science, she decided to pursue an academic career in the field of Earth Sciences, as it resonated with her growing passion for scientific apologetics. Her main research interests are: contaminated mining sites, biodiversity conservation, natural resource management, geopolitics of natural resources and national identity. She loves to continuously learn and share her knowledge about God's divine revelation through the laws of nature and science. She also loves to express her faith and admiration for beauty as a divine virtue by means of graphic art.
By AUGUSTIN IONCE & RUXANDRA IONCE | May 31, 2020
Chrysostom always proved himself courageous and tireless. It is not with earthly weapons that he fought with, but with those sharpened and strengthened by the Lord Himself, meant to destroy every fortress of the human mind and soul that opposes the Truth and the knowledge of God (2 Corinthians 10:4-5).
By RUXANDRA IONCE | April 15, 2020
Fortunately, the Bible offers a clear historical account regarding the beginning of nationhood: the Tower of Babel. We can, therefore, draw the conclusion the separation of mankind into groups is a part of God’s sovereign design for humanity.
By RUXANDRA IONCE | February 29, 2020
There is no clearer and more powerful alternative to this answer: man is created to be a reflection of his creator, and hence to possess dignity and free will.