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.
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.
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.
Listen to Dr Tanya Walker unpack whether having faith is rational in this 30-minute talk which takes in atheism, scientism, and even Hagar the Horrible.
How do we talk about Jesus in public and do so effectively in a society that is post-Christian in attitude and pre-Christian in understanding?
It’s sold around 5 billion copies and is the most influential book in human history, but also one which courts great controversy.