Meet Our Speakers

Michael Ramsden

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 he has spoken in business, academic, political, and other settings across the globe, ranging from Europe and the Middle East, to Asia and the Americas. Michael helps oversee the international team of RZIM speakers based in sixteen offices worldwide, and he lives in Oxford with his wife, Anne, and their three children.

 

Ravi Zacharias

Ravi Zacharias has spent the past 46 years commending the Christian faith and addressing life’s great existential questions of origin, meaning, morality, and destiny with eloquence and grace. He fully believes the truth of Jesus Christ can endure the toughest critiques and philosophical attacks. He has authored or edited over 25 books in the fields of theology, apologetics, comparative religion, and philosophy. Zacharias and his wife, Margie, have been married for 46 years and have three grown children. They reside in Atlanta.

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Thursday Evening

September 26, 7pm-9pm
FREE!

Michael Ramsden:
Do all roads lead to God?


McMaster University
Health Sciences Building
Room HSC 1A1

Friday Breakfast

September 27, 7-9am
$21.59

Michael Ramsden:
Truth and Trust in Work and Life

Doors open at 7:15 am
Breakfast served at 7:30 am


Art Gallery of Hamilton
123 King St W. Hamilton

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Friday Evening

September 27, 7pm-9:30pm
$14.77

Ravi Zacharias:
Can life have meaning without God?

Michael Ramsden:
Is Jesus the only way to God?

Q & A


First Ontario Concert Hall
1 Summers Lane, Hamilton

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Followup Bible Studies

Alpha

begins Thursday, September 26th, at West Highland

Encountering Jesus

Thursday evenings starting in November, at Hughson