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 RUXANDRA IONCE | July 31, 2020
Isolation can be contemplative, peaceful, pleasant. God gave us the gift of imagination to use it according to Philippians 4:8 and fill our minds with beautiful and noble things. We do not suffer more today because our problems are greater than before. Instead, we suffer because the world is too loud and we lose control of the things we let in.
APOLOGETICS SERIES: Did Jesus Exist?
Did Jesus Exist? Ruxandra and Justin initiate the first discussion in this brand-new TRINICY Apologetics Series.
How should Christians understand their destiny or purpose in the world? Ruxandra and Justin discuss the above in this episode.
What is the Tinity? Ruxandra and Justin discuss this important topic in this episode.
By RUXANDRA IONCE | June 30, 2020
It is wisdom that is promised to us in great abundance and without measure, as long as we are determined soldiers with minds set on our glorious duty and honor our Father's commands in full trust (James 1:5).
What is objective moral reasoning and why do we need it? Are there such things as moral facts or moral realism?
How Does Christianity Answer the Question of Meaning?
Why is the question of Origins important to talk about? What is your favorite argument for the existence of God? What do you think of the Big Bang Theory?
Why is Apologetics more important than ever for Christians, especially those entering college? Ruxandra and Justin initiate the first discussion in this brand-new TRINICY Apologetics Series.
By 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 | May 10, 2020
The righteous man is the one who believes and obeys, a man in whom God finds great pleasure. He is always green and full of life even in the heat of the desert sun, his fruit is sweet, his stature graceful and pleasant for the eye.
By RUXANDRA IONCE | April 25, 2020
There is no greater message nor more sublime truth than to know that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, took all the sins of humankind, past, present and future, so that it would never be separated from Him again.
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.
By RUXANDRA IONCE | January 15, 2020
Just like the eagles, we are not bound to, nor restricted by, earthly things. We are always above circumstances, soaring on the wings of faith towards the Sun of our salvation.
By RUXANDRA IONCE | November 30, 2019
Q: How Do You Define 'Conservative'?
By RUXANDRA IONCE | November 25, 2019
This illustration is a visual representation of the passage from 2 Corinthians 4:8-9, which so clearly portrays the Christian in the arena of life: "We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed..."
By RUXANDRA IONCE | October 30, 2019
Q: What can TRINICY do for you? If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, COMMENT, and SUBSCRIBE!
By RUXANDRA IONCE | October 28, 2019
Q: Why is the organization's name "TRINICY"? If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, COMMENT, and SUBSCRIBE!
By RUXANDRA IONCE | October 1, 2019
The door in the back can be interpreted in a number of ways - one way being a gesture towards continuity: the church still continues to exist and is always open despite division, despite secularism, and despite persecution.