Cambridge Apologetics

2024 Summer Conference

Cambridge Apologetics summer conference:
Communicating the gospel effectively and persuasively in today's cultural moment

2024 Summer Conference

Date and Location

28-29 June  |  Venue: St Andrew the Great, Cambridge


How can we share our faith with our neighbours, family and colleagues effectively and persuasively in today’s cultural moment? How might we meet people in their questions and interests, and draw them with us to appreciate the person and work of Christ?

The 2024 Cambridge Apologetics summer conference brings together an experienced group of evangelists and apologists to engage and equip Christians in the city:

Conference Programme

Coming soon




We will be joined by speakers with a wealth of experience in public witness and apologetics training, and an active engagement with contemporary cultural issues. Speakers include:

Rebecca McLaughlin

Rebecca McLaughlin is an author, apologist and a Fellow of the Keller Centre for Cultural Apologetics. She holds a PhD in Renaissance Literature from the University of Cambridge and a theology degree from Oak Hill College in London.

John Lennox

A Cambridge alumnus, John Lennox is a world-renowned author and speaker, mathematician, philosopher of science and Emeritus Professor at the University of Oxford.

Andrew Fellows

Andrew Fellows is best known for having directed the work of English L'Abri for 15 years, and serving as chairman of L'Abri International. He is now an author and pastor who regularly gives training in apologetics.

Clare Williams

Clare Williams is a speaker and tutor at OCCA (The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics). Her work focuses on questions of race, justice and culture, and what the Christian message has to offer these contested issues.

Rachel Gilson

Rachel Gilson is on the leadership team of theological development and culture with Cru, and is the author of Born Again This Way: Coming Out, Coming to Faith, and What Comes Next.

Peter J. Williams

Peter Williams is Principal of Tyndale House and a member of the Faculty of Divinity in the University of Cambridge. He is the author of Can We Trust the Gospels? and The Surprising Genius of Jesus. Peter is a member of the ESV Translation Oversight Committee.

Tony Watkins

Tony Watkins is Fellow for Public Engagement at Tyndale House, and a speaker and writer on media, culture and the Bible. Previously at the Damaris Trust, his PhD research explored the relationship between the biblical prophets and today’s media.

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2023 Summer Conference

Academics in Public Evangelistic Speaking

Partnering with UCCF and IFES Europe, we were also delighted to host the British gathering of the FEUER Academic Speakers' Network at our annual conference.

The network meets in parallel with us sharing relationships, plenary speakers, seminars and logistics support.

Featuring communications coaching

Tim Benton is a former actor and theatre director, now executive communications coach at GSB Comms. He has worked with businesses including Microsoft, KPMG and BCG, and ministries including Keswick and Oak Hill.

Christian academics have a unique opportunity to introduce Christianity with credibility at student events. The Network provides vision, training, peer support and introductions to event organisers.

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