Meet your Ratio Christi Leadership Team at Rutgers

Moriah Kam – President

Moriah is a bachelor candidate for Music Education in her final year. Ratio Christi found a way into her heart when she was debating with a religious atheist about the existence of God. She is thankful for Ratio Christi and God that she is able to strengthen her faith through apologetics. She has served as Vice President for Ratio Christi and is interested in the topics of female equality and abortion. She says, “Ratio Christi is an open place for discussion and learning, not criticism and judgement. Come question with us!”

Christian Brito – Vice President

Chris is a senior currently studying Electrical Engineering. He found his way to Ratio Christi during his Freshman year, when he was looking to get a stronger foundation for his faith. He says, “I think that I’ve learned much from the club, but this pales in comparison to the body of knowledge stored in the field of Christian apologetics.” The topics in apologetics that he finds most interesting are cosmology and morality.

Yuki – Treasurer

Bio coming soon.

Eric Mao – Marketing Intern

Eric came to Christ in his senior year at Rutgers, and praises God for being able to be baptized on the Sunday before the COVID-19 lockdown.  Since then, he has been helping Ratio Christi Rutgers with marketing needs — whether that be social media and email, video editing, or anything else that is related to marketing.  He graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor’s in Marketing, and is constantly trying to figure out how to glorify God with the gifts that God has graciously given him.

Stephen DiSebastian – Chapter Director

Steve DiSebastian - Rutgers Ratio Christi Christian ClubSteve DiSebastian is a supported missionary, chapter director, and community apologist with Ratio Christi at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.  
He is an elder at Point Community Church, a soon-to-be graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s M.Div. program, and a former high school English teacher with 16 years of experience. He has been writing his blog, God From the Machine, since 2013, and he has self-published two books: Searching the Bible for Mother God: Examining the Teachings of the World Mission Society Church of God and Who Jesus Ain’t.
Steve married his wife, Christine, in 2008, and they became parents through fostering and adoption in 2015. When he can find the time, Steve trains in Brazilian Jiujitsu.
Once an atheist, he became a Christian in 2005.

Vas Avramidis – Chapter Director & Chaplain

Vas Avramidis - Rutgers Ratio Christi Christian ClubVas works in the Church as a community apologist and teacher as well as serving with Ratio Christi at Rutgers University as a Chapter Director and Chaplain. Vas had been teaching the Bible and Theology for almost fifteen years in various denominations, churches, and schools. He has a passion for apologetics and worldview studies, believing that it is not only important to know what you believe, but why you believe.

Vas holds degrees in Art and Theology. He has been studying art for over twenty years and has worked as a graphic artist, web designer, and art teacher. Most recently, Vas has received two art grants from the NJ Council on the Arts and has had a painting exhibited at the NJ State Museum in Trenton, NJ.

Vas resides in Pittstown, NJ where he is married to Jana, an eighth grade math teacher, with their two potbelly pigs Lulu and Charis. Vas is an aspiring homesteader, growing his own organic produce and chestnuts. Vas is also a community herbalist, primitive skills enthusiast, and a wild foods forager. His love of nature sends him out into the wilderness every chance he gets; Vas dreams of living in a Tipi, waking up each morning to the sound of singing birds and greeting the day with thanksgiving to its Creator.

Ratio Christi is a Christian Club at Rutgers University that seeks to help students develop a deep faith that is their own by wrestling with the tough questions of the Bible, theology, and spirituality that are often encountered in the contemporary world.