Exploring the Christian faith

Martin Ayers NG Cover PhotoM2B’s Open To Question “Is There Right & Wrong Without God?” 
Martin Ayers suggests that the Christian faith makes sense of right and wrong, and explores the some of the very serious, practical implications for our day to day lives if there is no God.
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Q&A With Martin Ayers


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M2B’s Open To Question
“Jesus’ Resurrection: The Greatest Practical Joke In History?”
Graeme Smith, explores the evidence for Jesus Christ’s resurrection from a lawyer’s persepctive.  Graeme specialised in civil litigation and for 12 years was a partner at Pannone LLP.  In 2003 he became a District Judge of high Court and County Court and he has recently published the book “Was The Tomb Empty?”
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Part 2: Q & A MP3 

Redeemer Church NY: The Trouble With Christianity. 
A series of talks by Rev. Dr. Tim Keller, Senior Minister at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan NY, based on his New York Times Top Ten Bestseller ‘The Reason For God’ can be downloaded for free here.
The Reason For God and other books are available to buy from our 10 Of Those store

Helpful Websites
Christianity Explored
With a range of helpful videos (including the message of Christianity in less than 5 mins), answers to tough questions and peoples’ stories this is a great resource if you want to find out more about Jesus.

 


Alpha
Is a series of interactive sessions that freely explore the basics of the Christian faith. No pressure. No follow up. No charge.

 

 

rejesusRe:Jesus
Another very helpful website helping people understand and engage with the Christian faith. There are various a interactive resources like the daily prayer guide, happiness e-course and bluffers guide Mp3s.

 

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