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    Mar
    2021

    Join us for a Christian Heritage zoom event

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    The Death of Death:

    How Easter Changes Everything

     

    with Dr Gary Habermas

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    Monday, March 29th at 7:30pm BST

     

    At the heart of Christianity is a claim with wild implications: that the Son of God, Jesus Christ, was put to death at the hands of Roman soldiers and yet, less than 72 hours later, was alive again. The wild implications: that he really was who he claimed to be, and that his resurrection resoundingly defeated death, giving hope of our own resurrection to come. We put faith in many things to prolong our lives – vaccines, tofu, kombucha – and yet still have not found a way to defeat what the Bible calls 'the last enemy', death itself. Could it be that the Easter Story has something to say to a society striving for eternity?

     

    After a presentation from Dr Habermas, there will be the opportunity for discussion and Q and A.

     

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April 2020

On behalf of the Christian Heritage team, I want to extend a warm welcome to Thinking in the Round, our new blog! Although we have done many things over the years, we have yet to venture into cyberspace in quite this way, and there is a mood of excitement in the air at CH HQ. Let me offer a few words of introduction to who we are, what we do and why we do it, and then lay out our hopes for this blog. Christian Heritage has been based at the Round Church in Cambridge since the mid-1990s, and our initial focus was offering guided walks of Cambridge, with a view to telling the story of the transformative influence of Christianity on this university town. We still offer walks (three different varieties, in fact!) but since then have expanded our work to include exhibitions at the Round Church, termly lectures on Christianity and culture, and regular lunch conversations in our Scriptorium (writing room). We have also run events, summer schools and apprenticeship programs all geared towards relating the historic Christian faith to key questions our culture is asking. Our desire is to show that Christianity, far from being an outmoded and culture-bound...