About Me


Steve DiSebastian is a missionary, chapter director, and community apologist for Ratio Christi at Rutgers University as well as the Ratio Christi regional director for all of NJ. Ratio Christi (“the reason of Christ”) is an international, apologetics-based college ministry.

Steve is also a church planter with the North American Mission Board, an elder at Point Community Church, a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity degree, and a former high school English teacher with over 16 years of experience. He regularly guest teaches and preaches in churches.

He has been writing 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 and mixed martial arts, and so he has one really ugly ear. He also likes to whittle.

Once an atheist, he became a Christian in 2005.

Visit Steve’s Ministry Site: CONFIDENCE IN CHRIST

Follow on Twitter: @SteveDiSeb

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2 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Praise God! Your “Easter” information is excellent and correct! My husband and I were saved in 1975 and an elderly woman at our church in NJ at that time told us all about “Easter” as you have written. I hope you will check out 119 Ministries and Mark Biltz El Shaddai in Washington St. and get into our Hebrew Roots. If you want to love our Lord more than you ever thought you could, search the Hebrew Roots. Look up Wild Branch Ministries and Brad Scott too. Check out First Fruits of Zion. We just learned about all this three years ago and wish we had know earlier but…God if Faithful and we are thankful. 2 Timothy 2:15 Study not to be ashamed and you will be blessed beyond measure! Thank you for stating all this. Check out Christmas too. 119 has good info on that.

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