In this talk given to the Cambridge Christian Union, Tom Price examines the evidence for the resurrection, in particular five basic facts about it that even the most sceptical New Testament scholars accept.
Questions about the concept of moral absolutes have never been more important, argues Tanya Walker, as she examines what Christianity and atheism have to say on the issue.
“Unto us a child is born; unto us a Son is given.” So much symbolism behind the reality. Born of a Virgin, yet giving us the beauty of the consummation of human love in marriage. Born in Bethlehem, the House of Bread, yet people still don’t know that he is the bread of life.
Transgender issues are gaining increasing cultural traction but what does the Christian worldview have to say about them? In this talk, RZIM Itinerant Speaker Sam Allberry contends there are three aspects where Christians offer unique insight – brokenness, identity and hope.
In this talk given at St Andrew the Great Church in Cambridge, Amy Orr-Ewing examines the sources of the gospels, the role of eyewitness accounts and how we make sense of the miraculous.
In this 30-minute audio, Zacharias Trust UK Director Simon Edwards looks at truth and the implications of living in a ‘post-truth’ society.
RZIM International Director Michael Ramsden interviewed on ‘Equipped’ with Chris Brooks on Moody Radio in America.
In this hour-long talk to students at Rice University in the US, Prof John Lennox explores the contention that science has wiped out God.
In his second talk to the Oxford Inter-Collegiate Christian Union, RZIM International Director Michael Ramsden examines the huge question of suffering in our hurting world.
In this 40-minute talk, brain imaging scientist Sharon Dirckx discusses do we have to choose between science and God?