lectures

lectures

FAITH LITERACY
Faitheism; Why Christians and Atheists have more in common than you think
Bringing your faith to work
Understanding the Christian Church
Motivations of Christian activism
Exploring personal prejudice and worldview
A history of Christianity in 20 minutes

CORPORATE & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Can Hospitality Change the World? – TEDxOxford
A relentless revolution of love – Google HQ, Palo Alto
The Shawshank Leadership Redemption – Apple HQ, Palo Alto
GOD IS STRANGER – Henley Literary Festival

FOSTERING & ADOPTION
A fresh vision for foster care
Adoption as Compassion
Fostering and Citizenship
Business as a means of social impact
Creating a new culture of foster and adoptive care

SOCIAL MEDIA
Understanding Social Media
Social Media for Charity Leaders
Leadership after Google
Ethical Leadership in a Social Media Soaked Culture
Social Media and Social Change

EXPLORING THE CHRISTIAN FAITH
How can a good God allow people to suffer?
Has science killed God?
Can You Trust God?
If God exists why doesn’t he make himself clearer?
Surely religion causes war and terror?
Is there life beyond death?
Do all roads lead to God?
Jesus and Inception – the good news about truth and reality
Jesus and Jason Bourne – the good news about identity
Jesus and The Shawshank redemption – the good news about hope
Jesus and Lord of the Rings – the good news about power and humility
Jesus and Batman – the good news about justice

Theological postgraduate courses

THEOLOGICAL LECTURE SERIES

Jesus at the Movies: a recontextualised Christology
Oxford University Exam Schools,

Traveling Light: a missiology for the 21st Century
Wycliffe Hall

Church Planting
Regents Park College, Oxford University

Luminous Christianity
Regent College Vancouver,

RefuJesus – displacement, asylum and the church
Regent College, Vancouver

Evangelism for the Third Millenium
Regent College, Vancouver

Integrate: Holistic Disciplemaking
Regent College, Vancouver

Global Leadership in a hyperconnected World
Capital Seminary Doctoral Programme