Whether it is the modern-day tragedy of George Floyd or the contested historical figure of Edward Colston, the legacy of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade is very much a live issue today. For today's black and other minority communities, the religious justification of slavery leaves many writing off Christianity as the tool of white oppression. But is Christianity really the "white man's religion"?
Join us each week during Advent, where we’ll be highlighting the key characters of the Christmas Story. To kick-off December, Clare Williams explores Mary’s reaction to a surprising encounter with an angel. Her story points to a God who is different than we might expect…
In today’s cultural climate, Christianity can seem increasingly like bad news for women. Does God care about the issues women faced in the past and still deal with in the present? In this Short Answers episode, guest presenter Clare Williams explores how women are dignified and integral to the Christian story.
Is Christianity obsolete? Is it time to call time on an out-of-touch religion? Have we outgrown our need for God? Clare teams us with Solas CPC to explore how Christianity can help us answers some of the most pressing questions of our time.
Professor John Lennox shares some insights about this big question.
How do we navigate Luke's claims about the supernatural?
How does unanswered prayer fuel our doubts?
Explore the opening of Luke's biography of Jesus.
Consider how using questions to structure sermons can engage the congregation.
Create stimulating apologetics discussions in your church by listening to podcasts.
Why not invite a speaker to an online or in-person event for your church family or local community.
The second part of Clare's top tips to introduce apologetics into your church. Check out the great titles and authors she recommends!
The first of 5 quick and easy ways to introduce apologetics into your church.
Find out the questions people are asking!
In this final episode, we explore how the decolonising of faith can help, rather than hinder, our relationship with God.
In Episode 3 we consider how to challenge the thinking of young people in church by asking what underpins activism.
Episode 2 looks at the importance of questions as young people leave the church, and how we can respond.
Watch the first episode of a new series which explores why young people are leaving the church.
Check out this conversation with Ruth Jackson from Premier's Unbelievable.
Can You Have Faith and Reason?
How Does Your Worldview Affect Your Beliefs?
How Do You Engage the Culture with Reason?
Is God and the Universe the Same Thing?
Felix talks us through the question: 'Is Christianity the White Man's Religion?'
Brandon Cleaver shares some final thoughts on faith and identity.
Erasure of history?
What about social media and meme culture?
Brandon Cleaver considers why this question is becoming more relevant to the black church and community.
Brandon Cleaver begins tackling this question.