We're delighted to be welcoming renowned speaker and international director for RZIM, Michael Ramsden, to Birmingham.
Michael, who has lectured in various settings including the White House in Washington DC and at NATO HQ in Brussels, will be tackling the question, 'In this day and age, is faith essential or completely outdated?'
People are becoming increasingly polarised in their worldviews and mainstream media is failing to provide a nuanced take on contentious, life-changing events. What's the relevance of God in a world of Brexit, Trump and post-truth? This event is bound to ignite heated discussion amongst friends and provide a forum for people to consider the very paradigms in which they live and think.
Bring a friend or colleague and use Michael's talk as a springboard to deeper conversation.
Michael Ramsden is the International Director for RZIM and has been part of the organisation since its foundation in Europe in 1997. He is joint Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. Michael was brought up in the Middle East and later moved to England where he worked for the Lord Chancellor’s department investing funds. While doing research in Law and Economics at Sheffield University, he taught Moral Philosophy and lectured for the International Seminar for Jurisprudence and Human Rights in Strasbourg. He lives in Oxford with his wife, Anne, and their three children.