Why we defend our faith?

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. The increasing challenge remains how do we do that when even at times asking the questions seems to a hostile move.

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21st century sex

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.

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Living in a culture of victimhood

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.

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Has science buried God?

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.

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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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