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Is Jesus the Only Way?

 with Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing

Broadcasted at two different times:


Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing addresses one of the most important questions anyone can ask, “Is Jesus the Only Way?”

In other words, is the Gospel of Jesus Christ the only way to enter into a relationship with the Creator of the world, find forgiveness of sins and receive the gift of eternal life?

In today’s pluralistic world in which the idea that truth is relative and that there can be many ways to God, the proclamation of Jesus in John 14:6 can be seen as radical. There Jesus states,
“I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

Join us for this pre-recorded presentation as Amy unpacks this important topic - and invite your friends and neighbors to watch with you!

Date:  Friday, March 15, 2024
Speaker:  Amy Orr-Ewing
TWO Viewing Options: 8:00 – 9:15pm GMT AND 8:00 - 9:15pm ET

Additional Resources

Over the past 48 years we have developed many publications, discipleship resources, videos, and tools to help you grow in your faith. Because you were interested in this event we have pulled together the following resources that we believe will be of interest to you.


Jesus' resurrection is at the very core of the message preached by His disciples. As C.S. Lewis states, for them to "preach Christianity meant primarily to preach the Resurrection." The apostle Paul was very clear on this point when writing to the church in Corinth.

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As Jesus traveled throughout Israel urging people to repent and believe the gospel, "Follow me" was a constant refrain in his message. Have you ever probed the meaning of this phrase?

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So you want to read the Bible and read it well. You want to listen to what it has to say to you because you believe that ultimately God speaks through it. But how can you read the Bible so that it will be useful for these things in your life?

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When we meet some people we know immediately and instinctively that they are different. We are anxious to learn their secret. It is not the way they dress or talk or behave, although it influences these things. It is that they know Jesus Christ, and that He is a living reality to them.

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I've read enough of C.S. Lewis’s delightful writings to know that he’d be amazed that anyone would be interested in his life and writings and that there would even be websites like this one named after him. He suspected that he and all his work would be forgotten within five years of his death. He could not have been more wrong.

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C. S. Lewis wrote with remarkable clarity and insight on a number of themes, but none are more illuminating than his writing on the person of Jesus Christ:

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We live in an age of growing religious pluralism, in which the uniqueness of Jesus Christ is being downplayed to meet the demands of political correctness and “the new tolerance.” C.S. Lewis offers some valuable, clarifying insights about Jesus in relation to other religious figures in history.

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Challenging Questions

There may be good reasons for skepticism. Without a thorough investigation, it can appear that New Testament writers may have played fast and loose with the Hebrew texts. On the surface, some of their interpreting can appear stretched. But something this important deserves more than a cursory reading.

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Broadcast Talks

BROADCAST TALKS presents ideas to cultivate Christ-like thinking and living. Each issue features a transcription of a talk presented at an event of The C. S. Lewis Institute. The following is adapted from a talk delivered on November 15, 2019 sponsored by C.S. Lewis Institute event titled How to Talk About Jesus During the Holidays by Andy Bannister.

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Study Course

This small group apologetics resource is based on the C.S. Lewis Institute Women’s Apologetics Conference titled Conversations That Count, held at Immanuel Bible Church in Springfield, Virginia, October 20–21, 2017. The plenary speakers were Christian apologists Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and Jana Harmon of the C.S. Lewis Institute Atlanta.

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Amy Orr-Ewing

Amy Orr-Ewing is an international author, speaker, and theologian. She presently serves as the Director of Programs for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA). She has written two books exploring key questions in apologetics: Why Trust the Bible? and But Is It Real? She has coauthored several books with her husband Frog, including Millennials: Reaching and Releasing the Rising Generation and Holy Warriors: A Fresh Look at the Face of Extreme Islam. Amy has also contributed to publications such as God and the Generations and Worth Knowing: Wisdom for Women. She has been invited to speak in the White House, Capitol Hill, and the UK Parliament. Amy holds a Ph.D. in Theology from the University of Oxford.


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