Articles

The Scandanavian Sceptic (or Why Atheism Is a Belief System)

14 October 2013

“I don’t believe that Sweden exists,” my friend suddenly declared from across the coffee shop table. He took a sip of espresso and stared intently at me, clearly awaiting a response. I paused, my cinnamon roll halfway to my mouth, as I digested what he’d just said. “Pardon?” “I don’t believe that Sweden exists,” he […]

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A response to Reza Aslan’s “Zealot”

8 October 2013

Creative writing or influential anti-Christian apologetic?  Reza Aslan’s book  Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth  (Westbourne Press, 2013) has really hit the headlines in the US media and online, aided hugely by an unfortunate interview on Fox News, in which the presenter could not seem to accept that a Muslim might legitimately choose […]

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John Lennox at National Prayer Breakfast

28 June 2013

Dr John Lennox addressed over 600 people at the Bible Society-sponsored National Prayer Breakfast, at the Houses of Parliament on 25th June. Watch or download his address here: John Lennox National Prayer Breakfast  

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Overcoming life’s challenges

11 June 2013

How do we overcome the many challenges that we face in life? In a talk to a women’s group at HTB in February 2013 Amy Orr-Ewing addresses this topic and confirms that although we face many different problems, we have to live in step with our creator who has already had the victory.

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Compulsion in religion and the freedom to disbelieve

11 June 2013

What do we make of the use of compulsion to believe in certain countries and is society in the west qualitatively different because of its Christian heritage? In a question and answer session Ravi Zacharias addresses these concepts and highlights that the differences we see in different cultures are a result of the ideas that […]

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Why Christianity and not one of the many other religions?

8 June 2013

Why should we believe in Christianity when there are so many competing religions, which also claim to be true? In a question and answer session Ravi Zacharias explains that we should weigh up all religions according to what they say about origin, meaning, morality and destiny. John Njoroge also points out that all religions boil […]

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Indifferent? Where is God When I Suffer?

21 May 2013

How can we trust in a loving God when we see so much suffering in the world around us or if we experience it ourselves? At OICCU’s main event in 2013 Vince Vitale tackles this very topic, as part of their ‘Born Loved’ week. The audio includes a one-minute introduction.  

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Apologetics talks At Bath University

6 December 2012

RZIM recently led a mission at Bath University, which involved talks from Michael Ramsden and Tanya Walker. Students from RZIM’s Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, including former Chief Secretary of Hong Kong, Stephen Lam, and OCCA alumni Mark Davies, a former SAS soldier, also took part in the mission. Talk titles included ‘Can we be […]

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