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    Is God Necessary for Meaning?

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    with Andrew Fellows

     

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    Monday, February 27th at 7.00pm

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The year 2017 marks the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. When the integrity of Christianity becomes eroded and compromised, is a Reformation again inevitable? As a message to the Church, this talk by Andrew Fellows explores why history follows this pattern and imagines what Reformation might look like today.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12165418/andrew-fellows-smuggling-jesus-back-into-the-church-a-reformation-manifesto.mp3[/embed]...

For all the breadth of information and entertainment the virtual world provides, it is difficult for moderns to shake the sense that it also reflects our increasing lack of moral depth and wisdom. Jon Thompson discusses several virtues and how they might help us recover depth of character in a shallow age.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12164044/jon-thompson-virtues-in-a-virtual-world-an-ancient-solution-to-a-modern-problem.mp3[/embed]...

A talk by Andrew Fellows, Ranald Macaulay and Greg Jesson celebrating Francis Schaeffer's life.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12162909/macaulay-fellows-jesson-celebrating-francis-schaeffer-30-years-the-real-schaeffer.mp3[/embed]...

James Orr discusses evidence for the resurrection.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/13151428/james-orr-evidence-for-the-resurrection.mp3[/embed]...

Rev Dr Keith Small is an associate research fellow for the Centre for Islamic Studies and Muslim-Christian Relations at the London School of Theology. He is the author of Textual Criticism and Qu’ran Manuscripts (2011) and Holy Books Have a History (2010).   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12152002/small-new-testament-and-quran-textual-history-and-views-of-inspiration1.mp3[/embed]...

In the 19th century, W. E. Gladstone was the Prime Minister of Britain on four separate occasions. But to what extent did Christianity influence Gladstone's policies?   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12152541/biagini-w-e-gladstone-christian-politician.mp3[/embed]...

Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. The church was cold and lifeless, infected with worldliness and a lack of vigor. Love for Christ and the Bible was at a low ebb. That is until John Wesley and George Whitefield set the world on fire and revived the nation’s spiritual life with passionate and powerful gospel preaching! Or did they? Was all as rosy as it seemed within the Evangelical movement? Or did revival rivalries almost tear it apart from within?   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12150959/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-18th-century-evangelicals-session-2.mp3[/embed]...

Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. The church was cold and lifeless, infected with worldliness and a lack of vigor. Love for Christ and the Bible was at a low ebb. That is until John Wesley and George Whitefield set the world on fire and revived the nation’s spiritual life with passionate and powerful gospel preaching! Or did they? What can we learn from these heroes of the faith who sought to win the world for Christ? This session focusses on the preaching of George Whitefield. [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12150823/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-18th-century-evangelicals-session-1.mp3[/embed]...

Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. The Puritans saw themselves as pilgrims, warriors and servants of Christ in an age of great conflict. From them we get our word 'puritanical' but were they as bad as that makes them sound? What was it that made people either love them or hate them? And what can we learn from them to reinvigorate our lives as Christians today? Part 2.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12150714/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-17th-century-puritans-session-2.mp3[/embed]...

Cambridge Saturday School of Theology 2011. The Puritans saw themselves as pilgrims, warriors and servants of Christ in an age of great conflict. From them we get our word 'puritanical' but were they as bad as that makes them sound? What was it that made people either love them or hate them? And what can we learn from them to reinvigorate our lives as Christians today? Part 1.   [embed]https://roundchurchcambridge.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/12151540/lee-gatiss-from-reformation-to-revival-17th-century-puritans-session-1.mp3[/embed]...