Prof John Lennox at Veritas Forum in Cambridge and Oxford

20 November 2015

Over the next week, Professor John Lennox will be speaking at Veritas Forum at both Cambridge and Oxford Universities. This Friday, he will first be speaking in Cambridge on “Miracles: Is belief in the supernatural irrational?“, 20 November, 7pm. In Oxford, he will address the question “Is belief in God a barrier to scientific enquiry?” […]

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Against the Flow by Prof. John Lennox

20 February 2015

Daniel’s story is one of extraordinary faith in God lived out at the pinnacle of executive power. It tells of four teenage friends, born in the tiny state of Judah about twenty-six centuries ago, but captured by Nebuchadnezzar, emperor of Babylon. What was it that gave Daniel and his three friends, the strength and conviction […]

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Oxford University Public Lecture on Science and Theology

6 October 2014

Alister McGrath, President of the OCCA and the Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at the University of Oxford, will be giving an inaugural lecture open to the public and free of charge at 5pm, Monday 20th October. As Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion and Fellow of Harris Manchester College Oxford, Alister will be informing […]

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Simon Edwards refutes No ‘historically’ Meek Messiah

3 October 2014

In the book, No Meek Messiah author Michael Paulkovich says he studied 126 historical texts by scholars who lived during and shortly after Jesus’ lifetime. Paulkovich writes in the introduction to his book “When I consider those 126 writers, all of whom should have heard of Jesus but did not…I must conclude this ‘Jesus Christ’ is […]

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Summer School 2012 – IMAGO DEI: dignified, degraded or redeemed

1 December 2011

The Oxford Summer School is sold out!   Click Here to view course details   The belief that people are made in the image of God has been responsible for shaping humanity and civilization for centuries. But when these “foundations are destroyed what should the righteous do?” (Psalms 11:2) What happens when the image of God […]

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Training Day, Oxford – 22 January 2011

9 December 2010

“Lord I believe! Help my unbelief!” (Mark 9:24) neatly sums up the unease that many Christians feel at certain times. We not only live in a postmodern age that is highly sceptical of any truth claim, but believers are told by the new atheists that there is almost certainly no God. The result is that many people experience a nagging sense of uncertainty; an attitude epitomised by the journalist John Humphrys in his book, In God We Doubt: Confessions of a Failed Atheist.

How then should Christians deal with the issue of doubt? Do other competing worldviews really offer the kinds of proof that Christianity supposedly lacks and what responses should we give to those who are sceptical about aspects of our faith? Could it even be possible that doubt might actually be a positive force that invites us to grow in our faith and understanding?

Doubt is a day of apologetics training designed to tackle vital questions such as these. The event aims to help Christians develop a confident faith that is able to respond to the important issues today without ducking the difficult questions.

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AFFLUENZA: Money & Power

9 December 2010

For many people, the ultimate goal in life is the acquisition of greater wealth and power. As Voltaire famously said, “When it is a question of money, everybody is of the same religion”. Yet, in spite of this seemingly universal quest, a number of commentators have been surprised to observe that increased levels of prosperity in society do not appear to have delivered the kind of happiness or fulfillment that they seemed to promise. Instead, the never-ending drive to accumulate more and more has been likened to a contagious disease, which can result in sufferers feeling worthless and dissatisfied.

This affliction is popularly described as affluenza, a term coined by Oliver James.

Although many in the world may be in the grip of this condition, it also presents an amazing opportunity for the Christian. During the Summer School, we will look at the causes, conditions and consequences of this global social phenomenon in order to learn more about how we might communicate the gospel message more effectively to a world suffering from affluenza. As Robert McNamara challenges us, the test of this generation “will not be how well you stood up under adversity, but how well you endured prosperity.”

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Oxford Summer School 2010

29 March 2010

What rescue is there today for those who have been taught that God is merely a myth best relegated to history books? Has science rendered faith in God obsolete? Are Christians deluded? Is what you believe simply a matter of where you were raised? Please join us at the 2010 annual Oxford Summer School to explore the answers to these many other critical questions – that through our lives and words, the lost may see the light of Christ, and His grace may lead them home.

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