The Why? Series is an annual Zacharias Trust event that explores key questions about the Christian faith.
Why the future is now?
Saturday 18th May, 2019
St Mary’s Church, Bryanston Square, London
10:00am (with doors opening at 9.30am)
and conclude at 5pm.
Tickets cost £22 (£15 for students and the unwaged) and are available from TicketTailor.
On Saturday 18 May, 2019, Simon Edwards will lead our team of apologists as they guide believers through the complex ethical landscape that surrounds humanity’s progress. We will explore the increasing significance of the Gospel in a world that technology has made limitless and equip you to understand what progress truly looks like from a Christian perspective
What significance has the Gospel for humanity in an accelerating world without limits? This event will equip you to address contemporary challenges to the Christian understanding of what it means to be human by exploring:
The day will include…
BIOETHICS: are cut-and-paste humans the future?
AM I JUST MY BRAIN? Do our neurons define who we are?
DR SHARON DIRCKX
DEATH BECOMES US: a Christian response to euthanasia
DR CALUM MILLER
ME, MYSELFIE & ISOLATION: the significance of one in seven billion
Q&A PANEL I: Should we fear Artificial Intelligence?
Q&A PANEL II: with Simon Edwards and the team
Previous Why? Series Events
In March 2017 the Zacharias Trust hosted it’s second “Why? Series” based on the topic of religion. During the day attendees got to ask questions on whether religion is irrational, immoral, intolerant or dangerous?
Why Religion | Dangerous
Would the world be safer without religion?
Why Religion | Immoral
Is the Bible sexist and racist?
Why Religion | Intolerant
Are christians anti-gay?
Why Religion | Irrational
Is faith in God anti-reason?
In May 2016 the Zacharias Trust hosted the first “Why? Series” based on the topic of suffering. The talks of the day equipped people to answer one of the greatest objections to the existence of a good and loving God.
Suffering and Free Will
Suffering and Jesus
Suffering and Natural Disasters
Suffering and the Love of God