Podcasts

Reformation for All Saints
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Reformation for All Saints

On the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther publishing his Ninety-Five Theses in Wittenberg, Germany, join us to consider the story of Luther and the Reformation, and its lasting legacy for Christians at home and abroad. In this recording, Revd Dr David Hilborn set the Reformation in its wider context, and gave insight into the personal...

The Economy of Wales
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The Economy of Wales

An MP3 and Powerpoint of a lecture given by Prof Andy Henley in March 2016 on Thinking Biblically about the Economy of Wales. The session commenced with Andy talking to the first 4 slides (not on the podcast), on some examples of economics in the Bible, followed by a discussion in groups about the question...

Public Theology
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Public Theology

Welsh Christians and Churches have had a long and honourable history of influence in the public square, though often we don’t realise – and may even forget!  On 8 October 2015, we invited Christians to an exciting conference in Aberystwyth, to engage together across the nation, to consider how we can grasp the way God’s...

Why Trust the Bible?
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Why Trust the Bible?

Is the Bible true?  Is it just a collection of myths? In this podcast, Amy Orr-Ewing explores whether we can trust the Bible historically and morally. Amy is Director of Programmes for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA) and UK Director for RZIM Zacharias Trust.  Amy is a passionate exponent of a rational Christian response to many of the pressing...

A Humble Confidence Podcast
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A Humble Confidence Podcast

Trusting the Bible and Questioning Ourselves It can seem that there are two options when it comes to the Bible today: a certainty – arrogant and off-putting – that we know exactly what it says, and so that when we speak, the Bible speaks a caution – winsome but ultimately useless – that refuses ever...

Exploring the God Question Podcast
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Exploring the God Question Podcast

This event featured key programme contributor and author, Professor John Lennox, and also highlights from the international TV series: ‘The God Question’.  The event was held on St David’s Day, 1 March 2014 at Highfields Church, Cardiff – and included the launch in Wales of the new ‘God Question’ DVD resources. This is a recording (45mins;...

End of Life Decisions
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End of Life Decisions

To Be or Not to Be – THE Question Dr Idris Baker   We never thought we would come to this point, but we have.  The challenge of choices about dying. With people living so much longer, and technological advances making the unbelievable possible, decisions about dying, and the end of our earthly life, are...

C.S. Lewis – McGrath
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C.S. Lewis – McGrath

Renewing a Vision of Faith – the Legacy of C.S. Lewis Professor Alister McGrath   2013 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the death of C. S. Lewis, now widely regarded as one of the greatest Christian writers of the twentieth century. Alister McGrath’s new biography of Lewis, published in April 2013, is being hailed as...

Healing and the Miraculous
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Healing and the Miraculous

Dr Derek Munday is a General Medical Practitioner and has considerable experience in local and strategic leadership in the NHS in England and Wales.  He is also a Christian living near Bangor, and a lay reader in the Church of England. As a doctor, you would expect him to know a lot about ill health...

Faith and My Brain
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Faith and My Brain

What have faith and brain science got to say to one another? Some brain scientists (called ‘neuroscientists’) see themselves as about to prove that religious experience is nothing more than a brain malfunction, or that religion is no more than a useful fiction with evolutionary advantage. Others see modern studies of ‘out of the body...

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