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Tom Price serves as a lecturer at OCCA The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and an international speaker with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He was educated in the UK and US, reading philosophy, theology, and Christian apologetics, and is currently undertaking doctoral research in philosophy of religion and film.
Tom speaks to a variety of audiences around the world and brings his skills as a media-savvy philosopher and cultural critic to topics such as:
- Generation Z/iGeneration
- Religious Freedom
- Science and Faith
- Logical Thinking
- Finding Purpose in Life
- Why Work? What Is Work Ror?
- Affluenza and True Success
- Future Technology – AI? The Robot Revolution?
- C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien
Tom serves the wider church body through engaging seminars, workshops, talks, and lectures at the invitation of organizations like The Church of England, The Baptist Union, Holy Trinity Brompton’s School of Theology, 24/7 Prayer, UCCF, Scripture Union, and L’Abri Fellowship. He’s also given main stage teaching at major UK conferences such as New Wine, Keswick, The Stewards Trust, and Spring Harvest, and likes to make the most of media opportunities, having appeared on BBC Songs of Praise, the BBC World Service, local BBC radio, and Premier Christian Radio’s “Unbelievable?” program.
Prior to moving to Oxford, Tom created UCCF’s apologetics and worldview website www.bethinking.org while Founding Editor. He has also worked with the Damaris Trust (Ethos Media) as a speaker, conference presenter, film critic, and researcher.
Tom is passionate about philosophy and theology that fundamentally values the individual and engages with the serious questions and objections they have about life and religious beliefs. Tom enjoys fighting his own tendency towards workaholism with hobbies like movies, FPV drones, clay pigeon shooting, motorbikes, and DIY. He is married to Caroline, has three smallish children, and they live in Oxford.
The greatest challenge of any communicator of Christianity is to get across that it is NOT a system of moral conduct or good behavior. There are no good Christians. Christian hope comes in when a person admits that goodness must come from elsewhere. This is where grace starts.