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    2019

    Becoming Modern: Recreating Past, Present and Future

    7:00 pmProfessor Meic Pearse | The Round Church, Cambridge

    Modernization – leaving the village for the cities; industrialization; working outside the home rather than in it; individualism and the severing of community ties – has been the defining human experience of the past two and a half centuries. This has had profound consequences for our sense of identity, and has opened the door to the rise of modern ideologies: secular metanarratives that claim meta-explanatory powers. It has also transformed what the past means for ordinary people – with consequences for how we view the present and the future. This lecture will explore some of the more important challenges this presents for a coherent, Christian view of the world, and of ourselves.

     

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Debate: Is Belief in God More Reasonable than Disbelief?

Debate: Is Belief in God More Reasonable than Disbelief?

Arif Ahmed and William Lane Craig debate the question ‘Is belief in God more reasonable than disbelief?’ This recording contains the 20 minute opening statements of both presenters, as well as the 12 minute rebuttal periods.

 

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