Big Questions

This term's lunchtime talks

Big Questions are an opportunity to engage with the issues and objections that people in the university have with Christianity. There's a short talk with a chance to ask questions afterwards, and a free lunch.

Talks happen every Friday lunchtime, from 1:10 to 1:50pm at St Andrew the Great church.

Resurrection: fact or fiction?

24th February — Bobby Jamieson

Agnosticism: the safety of uncertainty?

17th February — Will Zong

Evidence: why doesn't God make himself more obvious?

25th November — Michael Nicholson

A bird's-eye view: what does God say to climate change?

18th November — Sam Barker

Mental Health: How Is God Relevant?

11th November — Steve Midgley

Why Would God Allow Suffering?

4th November — Sharon Dirckx

Why Is Truth Essential for Tolerance?

28th October — Jonty Allcock

John's Gospel: History or Hoax?

21st October — Pete Williams

Freedom at Uni: How Do We Get it?

14th October — Niv Lobo

Can a Rational Cambridge Student Believe in God?

7th October — Andrew Sach


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