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Biblical Authority in an Age of Uncertainty | Don Carson, John Piper & Tim Keller 

D. A. Carson, John Piper, and Tim Keller discuss the charge that drawing clear conclusions from the Bible makes you arrogant. The Gospel Coalition.

The Reliability of the New Testament | Drs Darrell L Bock & Dan Wallace

In this episode, Drs. Darrell L. Bock and Dan Wallace discuss the reliability of the New Testament, focusing on the task of discovering the wording of the original documents.

Christian Apologetics: Who Needs it? | Dr William Lane Craig

California, September, 2007 – William Lane Craig at California Christian Apologetics Conference. Dr. Craig speaks on the importance of Christian apologetics and the defense of the faith. Reasonablefaith.org.

Advice to Christian Apologists | Dr William Lane Craig

Dr William Lane Craig gives advice to Christian Apologists.

Abortion | Debate – Scott Klusendorf & Nadine Strosseny

This abortion debate with Scott Klusendorf and Nadine Strossen was filmed April 2011 at Westmont College. Recorded by Tim Eaton.

Is God Great? | Debate – John Lennox & Christopher Hitchens

Leading atheist and acclaimed journalist, Christopher Hitchens, goes head to head with Christian apologist and Oxford Professor, John Lennox in March 2009 at Birmingham, Alabama’s Samford University to debate the question “Is God Great?”

Biblical Underpinning – What does it mean to be human? | John Lennox

Professor John Lennox is a British mathematician specialising in group theory, a philosopher of science and a Christian apologist. He is Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford and an Emeritus Fellow in Mathematics and Philosophy of Science at Green Templeton College, Oxford University.

Am I Just My Brain: Can neurons explain belief in God? | Sharon Dirckx

Dr Sharon Dirckx delivered this livestream as part of RZIM’s Why Series event in London. Sharon is a Senior Tutor at the Oxford Centre of Christian Apologetics and has a PhD in Brain Imaging. In her latest book, Am I Just My Brain?, Sharon lays out the current understanding of who we are from the perspective of biologists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists. RZIM