Engaging with Popular Culture – Part 2

The Arts, media, creativity and popular culture have often been neglected by the Christian Church, if not scorned and avoided by many Christians. Much of culture has been viewed as sinful, in spite of it being created by people made in the image of God. So how do we view this culture around us, and … Read more …

Gender Dysphoria and the Gospel

The past few years have seen rapid changes in how many of our contemporaries think about sex, gender, and sexuality. In this seminar, we’ll think about the biblical, theological, ethical, pastoral, and apologetic questions surrounding gender dysphoria and gender reassignment. We’ll focus our attention on what the Bible reveals about the pattern of God’s good … Read more …

Engaging with Popular Culture

The Arts, media, creativity and popular culture have often been neglected by the Christian Church, if not scorned and avoided by many Christians. Much of culture has been viewed as sinful, in spite of it being created by people made in the image of God. So how do we view this culture around us, and … Read more …

The Book of Revelation – Faithful to the End

Revelation opens our eyes to the cosmic struggle taking place in these last days. It stirs our hearts to be faithful to Jesus and hope for His return, even in the most hostile of societies. In this seminar we will consider how to understand the bold imagery and message of this book on its own … Read more …

Understanding Islam and Engaging with Muslims

We hear much about Islam these days. Some describe the religion as being about ‘peace’, yet we hear of Muslims who engage in terrible violence. Their beliefs and practices have influenced world events and continue to do so today. How do they view Jews and Christians, and what is their mission strategy? We may feel … Read more …

The Reformationand the Church today

2017 marks the 500th Anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation. Is this historical event still relevant today? What lessons can we learn from the Reformers; their lives, actions and theologies? Andrew teaches church history at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and especially enjoys reading and writing Christian biography. He is author of The Reformation: Faith and … Read more …