Michael Ramsden

Secularization, Its Control and Power

3 April 2014

Why am I a Christian? Michael Ramsden, Ravi Zacharias and Nabeel Qureshi Ravi Zacharias and Michael Ramsden speak on “Why I Am A Christian” at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. On 2nd April Ravi Zacharias, Michael Ramsden and Nabeel Qureshi spoke on the subject of secularism at the University of Uppsala in Sweden.  This was […]

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Speaking out in the media

10 December 2013

BBC Radio 4 Sunday Worship was broadcast live from Frog and Amy Orr Ewing’s church Latimer Minster for Back to Church Sunday: Amy Orr-Ewing at Latimer Minster on BBC Back to Church Sunday from Zacharias Trust and the OCCA on Vimeo.   BBC Oxford Michael Ramsden was speaking about sexuality, faith and objectification across local […]

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Michael Ramsden and Alister McGrath at Westminster Abbey

21 November 2013

On 22nd November, 1963, Clive Staples Lewis died. To mark the 50th anniversary of his C.S. Lewis’ death, Westminster Abbey are holding a series of events on 21st and 22nd November, culminating in a service of thanksgiving for his life and work during which a memorial to C.S. Lewis will be unveiled in Poets’ Corner. Alister McGrath […]

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Why does the church fail to live up to its own standards?

6 September 2013

If we believe in a life-transforming gospel then why does the church often seem to fail to live up to its own standards? What about all of the hateful things that are done in the name of Christianity? In this question and answer session, Michael Ramsden and Ravi Zacharias deal with the thorny question of […]

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“How does God judge those who do not have the capacity to understand?” (and other difficult questions)

3 September 2013

If someone doesn’t have the mental capacity to believe in God (through birth or because of an accident or illness), how does God judge them? In his final talk for Gordon College, Michael Ramsden deals with the top questions that were raised by students during his visit. Many of them relate to the concept of […]

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Answering Tough Questions

4 June 2013

How do you respond to tough questions about your faith? Speaking at an event for the C. S. Lewis Institute Michael Ramsden  shares his views on how we should approach evangelism in light of the objections that people make about what we believe in.

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Is tolerance tolerant?

23 March 2013

We live in a society that prides itself on being tolerant and yet we encounter an incredible diversity of cultures, lifestyles, and faiths. Unfortunately our conflicting identities and beliefs often exclude others, so is there any truth in the concept of real acceptance and inclusion? Ravi Zacharias addresses this question and the address is followed […]

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How do we explain the gospel?

16 March 2013

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oJjLlJb1wE0 How do we communicate the gospel to others? Is there a difference between saying how we became a Christian and why we became a Christian? In this excerpt from an introductory talk about apologetics, Michael Ramsden explains why the cross is central in shaping both what we communicate and how we do it. Send […]

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