Alanzo Paul


Alanzo is a speaker at The OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He is passionate about literature, philosophy and theology. His work primarily focuses on questions such as, ‘Do I matter?’, ‘Why does God allow suffering and injustice?’, and ‘What is the meaning of life?’. Additionally, he explores topics such as the Occult, identity, Gen Z, and historical Jesus.

Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Alanzo became a Christian in 2009 after grappling with drug addiction for over ten years. Since then, he has been dedicated to engaging with the questions of others, speaking to audiences worldwide.

Alanzo has a degree in theology (BTh.) from the University of Oxford (Wycliffe Hall) and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies (MA) from the University of Toronto. Recently, he has been accepted into the DPhil programme at the University of Oxford, commencing in October 2024.
Alanzo lives near Oxford with his wife, Khadija.

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