Trinity, Infinity and Questions of Identity | 8th – 13th July 2018

The Oxford Summer School explores what it means to follow a Trinitarian God and how believers can respond to some of the common objections to the Christian faith. The week-long apologetics conference, which is being relaunched for 2018 in the new surroundings of Merton College, will feature members of the Zacharias Trust team examining questions of identity, morality and the nature of God. The event is designed to help and equip followers to be more effective in sharing and defending their beliefs, whilst also growing in faith.

The Book of Signs – Studies in the Gospel of John| John Lennox

 


 

Trinity ‘One God or Three?’ | Amy Orr-Ewing

 


 

Humanity: Reconciliation | Judy Dabler

 


 

Conversational Evangelism | Tom Price

 


 

Consciousness | Sharon Dirckx

The Book of Signs – Studies in the Gospel of John| John Lennox

 


 

Trinity – ‘Human or Divine?’ | Kosta Milkov

 


 

Humanity: Reconciliation | Judy Dabler

 


 

On the spot | Max Jeganthan, Mari Ovsepyan & David Bennett

The Book of Signs – Studies in the Gospel of John| John Lennox

 


Trinity ‘Mystical or Mystery?’ | Mahlatse Mashua

 


Humanity ‘Truth’ | Os Guinness

 


The Body: Sexuality | Sam Allberry

The Book of Signs – Studies in the Gospel of John| John Lennox

 


Trinity ‘Broken by the Cross’ | Michael Ramsden

 


 

Humanity – ‘Identity’ | Sam Allberry

 


 

How can a loving God judge? | Max Jeganathan

 


 

Conversational Evangelism | Tom Price

 


 

Reason: Creative Apologetics | Max Baker Hytch

 


 

Shame: Sexuality | Madeline Jackson

 


 

On the spot | Q&A

The Book of Signs – Studies in the Gospel of John| John Lennox

 


 

Trinity ‘Like the Unlike’ | Os Guinness

 


 

Humanity ‘Meaning’ | Ravi Zacharias