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Broken Planet Book Interview on Natural Disasters & Disease

In this interview on Sharon's book "Broken Planet - If There's a God, Then Why are There Natural Disasters?" Charlie Styles digs deeper to find out Sharon's motivation behind writing this book, and listens to the stories of people who have experienced suffering from natural disasters. Grab a cup of tea and listen in on this deeply meaningful and moving conversation.

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Why Did Jesus Die?

Jesus's death was by all accounts, brutal. So why did he have to die? Darrell Bock (Senior Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary) & OCCA speaker Alanzo Paul consider the significance of Jesus's death from a biblical and historical perspective.

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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.

Why Would A Good God Allow Suffering?

No matter who we are or what we believe, the reality of suffering is something we all have to deal with. Delving into theological and philosophical perspectives on this complex issue, Alanzo Paul explores this topic from the logical problem of evil, to the deep significance of Christ’s suffering and resurrection.

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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.

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.

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Can we overcome prejudice with progress?

Do our very yearnings to see the world become a better place, actually point us to someone, not merely something, better?

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Why would God allow pandemics?

Many momentous world events hold our attention a few days but don’t really change our daily lives much thereafter. The…

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