Tricia is the author/co-author of seven books, including Woman to Woman: Preparing Yourself to Mentor, A Passion for Purpose: A 365-Day Missional Devotional Book, and LifeGivers Apologetics:Women Designed and Equipped to Share Reasons for the Hope Within. She has also written hundreds of articles for magazines such as the Journal of Christian Nursing, Focus on the Family’s LifeWise magazine, Women on Mission magazine, Concerned Women for America publications and Cross Examined’s apologetics blog. Her academic apologetics articles have also appeared in the Christian Apologetics Journal.
Tricia's holds a master's degree in apologetics from Southern Evangelical Seminary and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at SES. She also holds a master's degree in nursing, which has enhanced her breadth of knowledge in the biological sciences and has proved useful in understanding and explaining scientific evidences for God's existence and in countering Darwinian evolution objections. In addition, Tricia has completed the Cross Examined Instructor's Academy.
As a Christian apologist Tricia Scribner has taught apologetics to senior students in a Christian high school for ten years, eight of which she used I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist as the course text. Working in a classroom required Tricia to develop resources to augment learning, design assessment tools to evaluate the students' learning experiences, and also enabled her to hone her skills in responding to questions raised by students, both Christians and non-Christians, as they grappled with the challenging concepts and issues raised in their studies. In addition, Tricia has taught a year-long adult course in her church using the IDHEF material, as well as using IDHEF as an indispensable resource for a wide variety of apologetics workshops in conferences.