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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Can we trust the Bible?

It’s sold around 5 billion copies and is the most influential book in human history, but also one which courts great controversy.

In this audio talk, Tanya Walker sets out evidence for the authenticity of the Bible, which she describes as the best attested book of ancient history.

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Living in a time of global grievance

“A global vortex of grievance” is how our International Director Michael Ramsden describes the troubled times that we live in today. In this audio talk, he examines our dysfunctional politics and the ascendancy of the victim culture that has permeated societies around the world.

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Resurrection: hoax or history?

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.

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