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How Can I Be Happier? Part 2

We all want to be happy. Studies show that there is a direct link between happiness and a feeling of meaning or purpose. In part two of this talk, Simon Edwards explores how according to the Bible, the secret to happiness, meaning and purpose is scandalously simple.

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How Can I Be Happier? Part 1

In our relentless pursuit of happiness, are we missing the vital ingredient that brings lasting contentment? In part one of this talk, Simon Edwards explores why achieving ‘everything’ may not be the answer to our life-long search.

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Jesus and the Failures of the Church

From scandals and injustices to remarkable contributions, Sam Allberry explores the complex tapestry of church history.

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What’s the Difference Between Islam & Christianity?

In a world rich with diverse cultures and ideologies, Sara Stevenson explores the stark differences between two major religions: Islam and Christianity, and how their foundational beliefs and intricate rituals point to a very different picture of who Jesus is.

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Was Jesus a Historical Figure? – Part 2 – Extrabiblical Sources

In the second of our two-part series, Alanzo Paul looks at how extra-biblical sources, some of them hostile to Christianity, support the archaeological evidence for a historical Jesus. If sources point to Jesus existing in history, what does this have to do with us today?

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Was Jesus a Historical Figure? – Part 1 – Archaeology

In a digital age awash with information, a recent UK survey found a startling decline in belief in Jesus as a historical figure. In the first of our two-part series, Alanzo Paul takes us through archaeological evidence, expert insights and asks the crucial question, does it still matter today?

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An interview with Prof John Lennox

OCCA Chaplain, Prof John Lennox, sits down with OCCA CEO Charlie Styles to talk about his personal journey of faith, as well as the insights gleaned from decades of bible-teaching and evangelism.

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