Has Christianity Failed?
Featuring: Michael Ramsden, Vince Vitale, and Alycia Wood of RZIM (Ravi Zacharias International Ministries)
4/24/2019
Has Christianity Failed?

Join us for an evening of engaging conversation while Michael Ramsden, Vince Vitale, and Alycia Wood of RZIM tackle the question “Has Christianity Failed?” In addition, they will touch on the questions “Where is God in Suffering?” and “Why Believe in Fairy Tales?”. An open question and answer period will follow.
 
About the speakers:
 
Michael Ramsden is International Director of RZIM and one of the founders of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He spent most of his childhood in the Middle East and later moved to the UK, where he worked for the Lord Chancellor’s Department investing funds. Michael went on to teach Jurisprudence at the University of Sheffield, whilst doing research in Law and Economics. For over twenty years, Michael has been speaking in business, academic, political and other settings across the globe, ranging from Europe and the Middle East, to Asia and the Americas.
 
Vince Vitale is Director of the Zacharias Institute. He was educated at Princeton University and the University of Oxford, and he taught philosophy of religion and served as a faculty member at both of these universities. He has co-authored two books with Ravi Zacharias, Why Suffering?: Finding Meaning and Comfort When Life Doesn’t Make Sense and Jesus Among Secular Gods: The Countercultural Claims of Christ. Vince also has an interest in the intersection of faith and sport. While teaching at Princeton, he served as Faculty Director of the Athletes in Action ministry on campus.
 
Alycia Wood graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a degree in Criminal Justice and from Marygrove College with a Master’s in Social Justice. She also graduated from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. Alycia’s speaking background is quite diverse. From universities (such as MIT, UCONN, Harvard, University of Massachusetts, Boston University, Darmouth College, and Brown University) to retreats, from conferences to men’s and women’s prisons, Alycia has addressed major issues surrounding faith to diverse audiences.




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