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Brief Introductions

Ben joined the OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics as a speaker, after having worked as a doctor for over a decade, where he talks on the tensions of medical ethics and the interplay between psychology and gender identity.

50-word Version

Ben brings a unique blend of medical expertise and theological insight to the table. Qualifying as a doctor in 2003, Ben’s career spans full-time hospital work to a formative year at the OCCA and the University of Oxford studying Theology and Apologetics. His studies concentrate on the tensions of medical ethics, faith and sexuality, and the interplay between psychology and gender identity.

100-word Version

Ben brings a unique blend of medical expertise and theological insight to the table. Qualifying as a doctor in 2003, Ben’s career spans full-time hospital work to a formative year at the OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and the University of Oxford studying Theology and Apologetics. Since 2016, he has excelled in consultancy in Neurosciences Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia unit.

Ben’s technical interests lie at the intersection of the Christian faith and the medical field. Thus, he engages often with ideas on sexuality, gender identity, and psychology. As an accomplished speaker on these topics, Ben has spoken to audiences across the UK and in Australia.

Full Version

Ben Thomas is a part-time speaker with the OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. As a speaker, his role is to address the difficult questions asked by today’s culture on the intersection between Medicine and the Christian faith.

Ben brings a unique blend of medical expertise and theological insight to the table. Having studied at Nottingham, Ben qualified as a doctor in 2003. Ben’s career spans full-time hospital work to a formative year at the OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and the University of Oxford studying Theology and Apologetics. Since 2016, he has excelled in consultancy in Neurosciences Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia unit.

Ben’s technical interests lie at the intersection of the Christian faith and the medical field. Thus, he engages often with ideas on sexuality, gender identity, and psychology. As an accomplished speaker on these topics, Ben has spoken to audiences across the UK and in Australia.

Beyond his professional career, Ben is a keen runner, musician, chef, and loves spending time with his family, friends, and Godchildren.

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