Epiphany

Epiphany, also known as "Three Kings Day" and "Twelfth Day," is a Christian holiday commemorated on January 6. It falls on the twelfth day after Christmas, and for some denominations signals the conclusion of the Christmas season. The interview above was hosted by...

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Who do we complain to?

Terrorist attacks, earthquakes, Syria’s civil war, the refugee crisis, disease and bereavement – suffering comes in many guises and no one is immune from its clutches. And it often leads to a simple question: “Why?” But for those who don’t believe in God, to whom is...

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Reach Millennials and Gen Z

One of the big cultural challenges facing Christians today is how to reach the under 40s – Millennials and Generation Z. Here, the Zacharias Trust’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Director Amy Orr Ewing looks at why the church is not on the radar of this key...

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The problem of pain

In this talk recorded at The King’s Church Mid-Sussex, Zacharias Trust apologist Dr Tanya Walker examines one of the biggest objections to the existence of God – the problem of pain. The real lows of life are the hardest to face from a head and heart perspective, but...

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If God why suffering?

You only need to read the news headlines to see that suffering is an inescapable fact of life, but one with the power to derail belief in God. In this audio talk, Zacharias Trust apologist Simon Edwards draws on his own experiences to look at objections to faith due...

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Why does God allow suffering?

If God knew there would be suffering in the world why did he create something rather than nothing and why does he not now intervene on our behalf? In an interview that was first aired on Radio 2 on Palm Sunday, Sharon Dirckx introduces this topic, which she has addressed in her new book “Why?” There are no easy answers to the problem, but she affirms that God does care immensely about us and that he intervened on our behalf to give us hope of a new life where there would be no suffering.

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Why Only One Way to God?

Given that there are so many religions out there, how can Christians suggest that there is only way to God? Surely such a narrow viewpoint is close-minded and politically incorrect? At OICCU’s main event in 2013 Michelle Tepper tackles this very topic, as part of their ‘Born Loved’ week.

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How could a good God let bad things happen?

In 2011, Tom Price gave one of the lunch-time "Big Issues" talks for OICCU (Oxford Inter-Collegiate Christian Union), entitled "How could a good God let bad things happen?". Click below to listen to the talk. Talk: Tom Price Speaking on: How could a good God let bad...

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Is God Really Good?

Christianity has played a central role in the history of Europe and, up until fairly recently, a belief in God was considered to be a powerful force for good, not only in the life of an individual, but also for society at large. However, today, one of the major challenges that Christians face is from those who question the moral character of God.

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