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So you want to Live Forever? Be Remembered

In our second episode of the series, ‘So You Want to Live Forever?’, join Ben Thomas, a seasoned medical doctor, and Charlie Styles, a vicar, as they investigate humanity’s quest for immortality. Both have been confronted by death and grief in their professional work, yet have noticed a curious, unwavering desire for humanity to leave a legacy and be remembered… What is this desire and where does it come from?

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So you want to Live Forever? Matters of Life and Death

In the lead-up to Easter, join Ben Thomas as he fearlessly explores the taboo topics of death, heaven, and eternal life. Over the next few weeks, he’ll interview colleagues about different perspectives on living forever, from reincarnation to transhumanism to nihilism, among others.

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Love the Lord Your God With All Your Mind

Is the notion of a "Christian mind" contradictory? Some may assert that "faith" equates to believing without evidence. In this lecture, Tom Price refutes these and other common misconceptions about the Christian faith.

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Gandhi and Christianity Series: How Gandhi Used Jesus’ Teachings in His Political Activism

The final session on Gandhi and Christianity explores how Mahatma Gandhi incorporated Christian teachings into his political ideologies emphasising non-violence and social justice.

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Gandhi and Christianity Series: How Gandhi Saw Certain Passages in the Bible

In this second session on Gandhi and Christianity, Jacob Cheriyan and OCCA speaker Rahil Patel explore how Gandhi interpreted and applied teachings from the Bible as political tools in India's independence movement.

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Gandhi and Christianity Series: Christians that Influenced Gandhi

In this first video of the series, Rahil Patel and Jacob Cheriyan delve into Gandhi's encounters with Christianity that shaped his philosophy of non-violence and his understanding of spiritual transformation.

23:00
Hasn’t the Church Done More Harm than Good?

The charge that the church has done more harm than good is a moral objection. Even when Christians do good works, is it enough to redeem the church's reputation and chequered past? Clare Williams explores this difficult question and how Christians can respond sensitively.

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Key Concepts in Hinduism: Parabrahma

From a Christian point of view, explore the key concepts and cultural nuances of Hinduism with this session on Parabrahma, meaning “Supreme God.” Debunk common misconceptions about Hinduism, learn how to engage respectfully in conversations with Hindu friends, and grasp a Hindu perspective of God.

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Do Science and Faith Mix?

Professor John Lennox has spent years engaging with public atheists who argue that scientific facts exclude the need for faith. In this video, John explores the history, limits, and nature of science, and argues that faith in God is perfectly compatible with scientific inquiry. Atheism and science, however, may not sit together so comfortably.

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What About Other Religions?

Is Christianity exclusive, or is there room for other religions in a Christian view of God? Sara Stevenson explores concepts such as pluralism, exclusivity and the unique role of Jesus as she questions whether Christianity offers an exclusive path to truth.

How Can Anyone Believe in a Dead Man Rising?

Is the resurrection of Jesus merely wishful thinking? Simon Edwards questions the evidence for an event that stands as a lynchpin to Christianity and explores whether any alternative explanations can withstand scrutiny. Is the resurrection of Jesus a matter of faith or fact?

Why Trust the Bible?

Issues of patriarchy, power and historical accuracy are just some of the objections to the Bible’s trustworthiness. Making the case for the Bible’s textual integrity by analysing the evidence, Clare Williams shares how its story is ultimately about one central figure – Jesus who came to save.

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