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What Makes Me Human?

In today’s world, the booming self-help and self-discovery industries indicate that, although we place value on finding ourselves, we struggle to know who we really are. In this session, Sam Allberry examines various methods of defining ourselves and suggests that our identities need to be anchored in something with lasting security.

7:51
So you want to Live Forever? Transhumanism

In the this episode of the series ‘So You Want to Live Forever?’ join Ben Thomas and John Lennox as they explore transhumanism’s mission to extend human life, and ultimately prevent death, through scientific and technological development. Together, they consider this ambitious goal and its potential impact on our lives today.

25:08
If God Exists, Why Are There Natural Disasters and Diseases?

Based on her recently published book, Broken Planet, Sharon Dirckx explores how God could exist in a world rife with natural disasters, environmental crises, and diseases. Through scientific, philosophical, and theological perspectives, she offers insight, compassion, and hope, unraveling the complexities of suffering in our world.

21:24
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.

Is the Bible Good News for Women?

Christianity claims to be good news, but is this the case for women? Lara Buchanan opens up the Bible to see how the Christian story offers a message of equality and empowerment.

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.

15:00
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.

Am I Just My Brain?

Brain scientist Sharon Dirckx lays out the current understanding of who we are from biologists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists, and points towards a bigger picture, that suggests answers to the fundamental questions of our existence. Not just ""What am I?"", but ""Who am I?""-and ""Why am I?""

2084

You don't have to be a computer scientist to have discerning conversations about artificial intelligence and technology.

Broken Planet

In Broken Planet, Sharon Dirckx, scientist and apologist, offers a measured and thoughtful case for how there could be a God of love that allows natural disasters.

Cosmic Chemistry: Do God and Science Mix?

Prof John Lennox examines afresh the plausibility of a Christian theistic worldview in the light of some of the latest developments in scientific understanding.

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Are Cut And Paste Humans The Future?

Many superhero and science fiction blockbusters highlight humanity's quest to overcome death. Does genetic enhancement offer a way forward?

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