Want to share your faith but struggling to know how to explain why you believe what you believe? In this UCB1 special Becs Millington tackles this problem by taking on the subject of Apologetics with her special guest Simon Edwards of the Zacharias Trust. In this 20 episode resource, listen in for practical tips on how to share, engage and defend your faith.
Apologetics 101: Episode 1
What is Apologetics? Simon Edwards, lawyer and UK Director of Zacharias Trust explores what Apologetics is and why it is so important as Christians.
Apologetics 101: Episode 2
Ever thought or been told that asking questions you have about your faith was a bad thing? In this episode of apologetics 101 Simon Edwards debunks this myth and explores why asking questions in our faith is important.
Apologetics 101: Episode 3
Ever had a question about your faith? How do you deal with the question? Sometimes it is more about the motivation behind the questions than the answer, Simon Edwards looks at how we go about answering questions about our faith.
Apologetics 101: Episode 4
How do we start conversations with friends and family when we have been raised to not talk about religion and politics? Simon Edwards from Zacharius Trust joins Becs Millington to talk about the facts.
Apologetics 101: Episode 5
A special Easter Apologetics with Simon Edwards really exploring the evidence of the resurrection and the power that still exists for us today
Apologetics 101: Episode 6
Simon Edwards takes on the question “If God knew Lucifer was going to become Satan why did he still create him?”
Apologetics 101: Episode 7
Ever wondered if God is so powerful couldn’t he have found another way? Why did he have to send his son to die for us? Join Simon Edwards as he explores this question with Becs Millington.
Apologetics 101: Episode 8
Simon Edwards explores the tricky question of who is Paul referring to when he talks about these people not seeing the Kingdom of God and how do you reconcile that with a loving God.
Apologetics 101: Episode 9
The Bible was written over 2000 years ago, it has been translated into many different languages, how do we know that we can trust what it says? Simon Edwards explores this question with Becs Millington.
Apologetics 101: Episode 10
In this episode Simon Edwards and Becs Millington explore the question of how could a God of love allow something so horrific happen to a little boy like Alfie Evans.
Apologetics 101: Episode 11
Ever wondered what Heaven will be like? Becs Millington and Simon Edwards talk about heaven, in particular the question – what will we be doing? Will it be boring?
Apologetics 101: Episode 12
Simon Edwards explores the question “Is God saying you shall have no other Gods sound Narcissistic?”
Apologetics 101: Episode 13
In this episode Simon Edwards and Becs Millington look at the question “Why did God wipe out the Earth with the great Flood, couldn’t he have just sent Jesus then?” Is the timing for everything important?
Apologetics 101: Episode 14
There are so many faiths in the world, is saying that Christ is the only way exclusive and arrogant? Simon Edwards will be exploring what sets Christianity apart.
Apologetics 101: Episode 15
In this episode Simon Edwards looks at the very real question – Is the God of the Old Testament a moral monster?
Apologetics 101: Episode 16
Is Christianity just one big guilt trip? Have you heard this before when sharing your faith? Simon Edwards explores this and debunks the myths of Christianity.
Apologetics 101: Episode 17
With all the different faiths in the world, does Jesus still matter? Simon Edwards explores this question and what makes Christianity different.
Apologetics 101: Episode 18
Ever been asked “Why would a loving God send people to hell?” In this episode Simon Edwards explores how we can answer this question as a Christian.
Apologetics 101: Episode 19
Can you be “Good” without God? Simon Edwards explores this question that can quite often stump us in our conversations.
Apologetics 101: Episode 20
Can you be Happy without God? How as Christians do we answer this question in a loving manner? Simon Edwards explores this with Becs Millington.