In the wake of disaster, personal tragedy, or perplexing and oftentimes devastating world events, Christians can begin to doubt that God is either truly good or truly in control. Today, our guest tackles these questions head on, without flinching at any of the difficulties. We will look at six different ways people have answered this question—from a Christian perspective, from that of other religions, as well as from no religious perspective. We will discover the Bible’s answer: the revelation of God's character and purposes throughout history.
Do you want to discover the real truth about heaven? Relying on Scripture, our guest tackles important questions about what happens after death. Will we recognize loved ones? What will we do for eternity? What will it be like to live with God? This hour will fill your heart with bright anticipation about Heaven and that joy that is to come!
Christopher Ash was a pastors and is now an author and writer-in-residence at Tyndale House, Cambridge. After working in telecommunications and as a teacher of maths, Christopher studied theology at Oxford, where he was awarded the Denyer and Johnson prize. He was ordained and served as an Assistant Minister in St. Andrew the Great in Cambridge, before leading a church plant to All Saints, Little Shelford, in 1997. In 2004 he moved to London where Christopher served as Director of the Proclamation Trust’s Cornhill Training Course until July 2015. As Writer-in-Residence, Christopher hopes to encourage younger scholars to grow in faithful loving loyalty to Jesus, and to use their gifts to serve the church of Christ. Christopher’s writing mostly focuses on the Psalms.
Dr. Ron Rhodes is the president of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, an apologetics ministry, and the author of over 85 books. Dr. Rhodes is a keynote speaker at conferences across the United States and regularly addresses current issues in the national media. As time permits, Dr. Rhodes teaches cult apologetics at Veritas Evangelical Seminary (Murrieta, Calif.), Dallas Theological Seminary, Talbot Seminary and Biola University (La Mirada, Calif.), and other well-known seminaries.