In this three part series of talks, Michael Ramsden explains it is not simply about the answers we need to be giving to other people’s questions but the questions we need to be asking of other people answers.
Amy Orr-Ewing had the privilege of leading the morning Bible studies at Focus this summer where 7,000 Christians gathered at HTB’s annual week away.
Keen to know how to do apologetics at ground level?
Listen to Gareth Black’s tips on doing conversational evangelism, taken from a talk given at Crown Jesus Ministries in Belfast.
But there’s a deep and profound crisis of truth in the West, contends Os Guinness in this talk delivered in Belfast, where he argues that without truth there is just power and manipulation.
It’s incredible how quickly time flies and we have already come to the end of another year of our OCCA programme. For the past 9 months, we have had 23 students from around the world studying with us, being equipped in evangelism and apologetics.
If you are left floundering when sceptics question the reliability of the Bible, this bite-size audio response will prove invaluable.
Many of us find ourselves being torn between three rival narratives when we weigh up the issue of sex and the implications of each are discussed in this audio talk by OCCA Director Amy Orr-Ewing.
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.
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…
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.