Developing a Christian mind

1. Christian law?

By Ian Cooper

Ian Cooper talks and leads a discussion based around three questions: What is the role of the church and state? How far can the law be ‘Christian’? And finally, how far should the state be ‘Christian’?

2. Evangelical Pietism

By Ranald Macaulay

Ranald Macaulay criticises an introverted mentality amongst Christians. He says Christians must focus on absolute truth and evangelism that penetrates into society.

3. Developing a Christian mind

By Ranald Macaulay

Even though much of Western culture was built on Christian values, very few seem to be left in the public sector today. Against this backdrop Ranald Macaulay outlines the importance of Christians developing true Christian thinking.19 May 1990

4. Pornography

By Ian Cooper

Ian Cooper tackles this increasingly accepted problem. He looks at the background and proliferation of pornography, why it is morally wrong and then examines the negative social consequences. He concludes with how Christians can constructively fight against it.

5. Medical ethics

By Dr Richard Winter

This workshop has a particular focus on the sanctity of life. It looks, in part, at our society’s increasingly humanistic basis for ethics, which gives a very low value to human life.

6. Crisis in Evangelicalism

By Ranald Macaulay

Is there a crisis in the evangelicalism today? How did the church find itself in this state? What can be done about it now? Ranald Macaulay provokes answers to these pressing questions.

7. Personal freedom?

By Dr Richard Winter

Do our genes and our environment dictate our lives, or do we actually have personal freedom? Psychiatrist Richard Winter gives a helpful overview of different schools of thinking over the last 100 years before seeking to share the Biblical view of freedom and choice.

9. Bird’s eye view of Psychology

By Dr Richard Winter

With more people than ever studying and involved in Psychology, this is an important and highly relevant subject. In this workshop, psychiatrist Richard Winter expands his earlier lecture (Personal Freedom?).