Tue. Jan 31st, 2023

Kristina Karamo is a Christian Apologist, professor, and content creator from the metro Detroit area. Starting at the age 7, Kristina began to conclude that many of the things she observed, didn’t line up with what she was being told. With her mom teaching her to question everything, and regular trips to the local book store with her father, Kristina developed a strong desire to know the truth. Then eventually, a passion to share the things she learned with others.

Humans don’t like the dark because we can’t see, and possibly crash into things. To Kristina, that is a metaphor for life. When we are uninformed, or hold a false belief, it’s darkness, and it causes us to fumble about in life. Making ourselves and others miserable in the process. Sometimes, it can even be dangerous! Can we say, Dr. Henry Cotton! (Look him up!)

Kristina enjoys informing and entertaining people. She decided to carry that desire in her life’s work. As a graduate of Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology, earning an M.A. in Christian Apologetics, Kristina host a podcast called “It’s Solid Food”. Her goal is to defend the truth of the Christian faith in the public square,  advocate for a Christ centered culture, and public policy rooted in our nation’s Constitution. Kristina also teaches public speaking and community college orientation, at a Detroit area community college.

Making regular appearances on local television and radio, Kristina is determined to reach as many people as possible. Her ultimate goal is to create entertaining media content to communicate important, and at times delicate topics to people.  Kristina believes the world is quite out of control, and only God can bring order out of chaos. So we must turn to him. Soli Deo Gloria!

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