Jesus claimed to be the truth, to have the truth, to proclaim the truth, and to reveal the truth. Crucially, he also claimed that this truth wouldn’t simply reveal the way things are, but it would transform the way things are.
We can barely go for a couple of months without hearing of a new disaster. How do we make sense of natural disasters and God?
But there’s a deep and profound crisis of truth in the West, contends Os Guinness in this talk delivered in Belfast, where he argues that without truth there is just power and manipulation.
Did Jesus ever say he was God? One question regularly posed by sceptics is where in the Bible does Jesus actually say he is God? Fascinating insights into Jesus’ claims to be God in this…
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.