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Wesley Huff was born in Multan, Pakistan and spent a portion of his childhood in the Middle East. After being diagnosed with a rare neurological condition at the age of eleven that left him paralyzed from the waist down Wes experienced a miraculous recovery that the doctors themselves said they had no medical explanation for. This experience, along with a great deal of study and soul searching in his later teens, is what solidified his interest in the subjects of faith, and engaging the beliefs and worldview perspectives of others. He spent his high school years in Northern Ontarian town of Elliot Lake, Canada.

He holds a BA in sociology from York University, a Masters of Theological Studies from Tyndale University, and is currently doing a PhD in biblical studies at the University of Toronto’s Wycliffe College. Along with his online contributions to Apologetics Canada, Power to Change - Students, and the Apologetics Academy Webinar, Wes has been a curriculum contributor with Trans World Radio and written multiple entries (including those on Rastafarianism, Canadian Druze Society, and Kathok Conpa Buddhism) in the Melton’s Encyclopedia of American Religions (Ninth Edition, Vol 2: Canada).

Wesley is a speaker, writer, and researcher with Ultimate Questions, an apologetics initiative of Power to Change Students, and an associate itinerate with Apologetics Canada. He has participated in numerous talks and interfaith dialogue events at universities and colleges across Canada and has been participating in public dialogues on issues of faith, belief, and religion for the last seven years.

He enjoys canoeing, archery, and cats (although not all three at the same time) and currently resides in Toronto, Canada with his wife Melissa and their newborn son, Eli.