Living in a culture of victimhood

In this audio talk given in Cambridge, Michael Ramsden examines what the book of Jonah has to say to us today and what lessons we can draw from it living in a culture of victimhood.

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Where in the Bible does Jesus actually say he is God?

Did Jesus ever say he was God? One question regularly posed by sceptics is where in the Bible does Jesus actually say he is God? Fascinating insights into Jesus’ claims to be God in this exploration of the good shepherd by our International Director Michael Ramsden.

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Has science buried God?

The late Stephen Hawking believed we need to choose between science and God, a contention that Prof John Lennox challenges in this talk given at Reading University.

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Does the Bible record myths or actual events?

Does the Bible record myth, fiction and superstition or actual historical events? In this talk Amy Orr-Ewing looks at the ways in which the Bible is not a fiction set of books but how it is embedded in history and should be taken seriously. 

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Who do you think Jesus is?

In this audio talk, Amy Orr-Ewing examines why these descriptors don’t go far enough in understanding the real Jesus, who 2,000 years since his death remains a towering figure in our culture, a figure deserving of our attention and investigation.

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How do we know it’s true?

We are discomfited by the fact that truth, by definition, is exclusive. That is what truth claims are at their core. To make an assertion is to deny its opposite. Rather than complain that there is only one way, shouldn’t we be delighted that there is one way?

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