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Identity

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.

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Strategy, Culture, or Character – Which is Most Important?

Strategy, culture and character have been talked about by leadership theorists for the last couple hundred years and this conversation has shifted to include the relevance of each of these concepts in our lives as individuals, our families and communities. Max Jeganathan helps us think through strategy, culture and character as different strands of leadership and psychological thinking have begun to place different levels of emphasis on each of these 3 concepts. So, the question then naturally emerges, which one is more important, and how do they relate to one another? Max meaningfully explores how love and relationality help to prioritise the three and explains the relevance Jesus Christ has on radically transforming the nature of strategy, culture, and character in our lives.

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So you want to Live Forever? Optimistic Nihilism

In this episode of the series, ‘So You Want to Live Forever?’, join Ben Thomas and Sara Stevenson as they explore a view called ‘optimistic nihilism,’ which argues that, although an afterlife does not exist, our mortality could liberate us to find meaning in other ways. Together, they consider whether reconciling the universe’s lack of meaning with a personal search for significance presents a challenge.

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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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