Whether it’s TV shows, Instagram stories or historical novels – there’s a whole world of culture out there to enjoy. But how do we decide what’s OK to watch? How do we help our kids navigate their choices? How do we talk to our friends about Jesus, when all they’re really interested in is last night’s football or what’s good on Netflix? Join us to learn how to engage positively with what we watch, read and play – learn how to feed your faith at the same time.
Dr. Daniel Strange is the College Director & Lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology at Oak Hill College in Southgate, London. He received his PhD from Bristol University – subsequently published as The Possibility of Salvation among the Unevangelised (Paternoster, 2000). His speciality is in the area of Christianity’s relationship to other religions. His most recent books are For Their Rock is Not as Our Rock: An Evangelical Theology of Religions (Apollos, 2014; Zondervan, 2015) and Confident: Why We Can Trust The Bible which he co-authored with Mike Ovey (Christian Focus, 2015). Before Oak Hill, Dan worked for UCCF, as Co-ordinator of the Religious and Theological Studies Fellowship (2000-05).