With Michael Ramsden, European Director of RZIM Zacharias Trust and Amy Orr-Ewing, Training Director of RZIM Zacharias Trust
October 18-20, 2011 | Washington, DC
Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and the C.S. Lewis Institute, in partnership with local churches and campus ministries, launched a “Relevant Hope” City Mission project in Washington, DC, October 18-20 2011. Ravi and other RZIM speakers, appeared in numerous open forums on college campuses, and in cultural, government and business venues across the DC area.
Free Seminar Audio:
Are Relationships Hopeless?
Are Christians Deceived by Hope?
Christianity: A False Hope?
About Michael Ramsden:
Michael Ramsden has been the European Director of RZIM Zacharias Trust since its foundation in 1997. He grew up in the Middle East, returning to the UK to work investing money for the Lord Chancellor’s Department and to study. While at Sheffield University doing research in Law and Economics, he taught Moral Philosophy and lectured for the International Seminar on Jurisprudence and Human Rights in Strasbourg. Michael is a passionate evangelist and apologist for RZIM Zacharias Trust, and is also Lecturer in Christian Apologetics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, where his main involvement is with the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. Michael travels widely speaking in universities, churches and at conferences. He is married to Anne and they live in Oxford with their three children.
About Amy Orr-Ewing:
Amy Orr-Ewing is Training Director of RZIM Zacharias Trust. She gained a first class degree in Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University, before receiving a Masters degree in Theology at King’s College, London. Amy is invited to speak at many universities, churches and conferences. Her book, Why Trust the Bible? (published as Is the Bible Intolerant? in North America) was shortlisted for the 2006 UK Christian Book Awards. She aslo co-authored Holy Warriors: A Fresh Look at the Face of Extreme Islam, with her husband, Frog Orr-Ewing, and has contributed to the book God and the Generations. Amy has travelled widely, including visits to Afghanistan, China and South Africa. She and Frog live in London with their twin boys.