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    Making Sin Plausible to Atheists and Secularists

    7:00 pmAndrew Fellows | The Round Church, Cambridge

    In sharing the gospel, we sometimes forget that the message of sin against a holy God is totally implausible to many people today. As the reality of sin is integral to the meaning of the gospel of forgiveness, we are required to make sense of it. While exploring the barriers to accepting sin, this talk looks at how we can expose its reality.

     

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The Abolition Project

Project Abstract

From discussions about Artificial Intelligence, genetic engineering and transhumanism, to the sanctity of life and issues around modern-day slavery, the way we think about what it is to be human has profound and far-reaching implications. Today, our society’s embrace of two incompatible philosophies, naturalism and secular humanism, pulls us between seeing the human person as a biological machine with no ultimate purpose, on the one hand, and a demi-god capable of ruling without limits on the other. Into this context, the Abolition Project aims to engage contemporary thought about the human person with a comprehensive biblical anthropology.

Email the Research Coordinator, Andrew Fellows:
andrew.fellows@christianheritage.org.uk

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