Steven Lawson in London: Martyrs and Preachers

BINGHAM: Hi, I’m Nathan W. Bingham with Ligonier Ministries, and we’re here in Smithfield as part of our English Reformation Study Tour. I’m joined by Ligonier teaching fellow, Dr. Steven Lawson. Dr. Lawson, why are we here at Smithfield? What’s significant about this location? LAWSON: Well, this is a very memorable place, Nathan, because this…

Mary Anning – Princess of Paleontology – Extra History

‘She sells sea shells by the sea shore.’ Many have heard this Old English rhyme, but few know the true story of the woman who inspired it Her name was Mary Anning. And she did much more than sell sea shells She discovered some of the very first dinosaur fossils and though she never received…

Steven Lawson in London: Bible Translation, Martyrs, and Romans 10

BINGHAM: Hi, I’m Nathan W. Bingham with Ligonier Ministries, and we’re here in Victoria Embankment Gardens as part of our English Reformation Study Tour, taking place in London. And as you can tell, it’s raining, so we’re grateful for the wonderful weather that London has brought for us today. But I’m joined by Dr. Steven…

Cyberchondria: Do Online Health Searches Prompt Symptoms (and Worse)? | Mary Aiken

I’m sure everybody knows somebody who searches health related information online. Well there’s actually a name for it and it’s called cyberchondria. Cyberchondria is defined as anxiety induced by escalation during online search to review morbid or serious content. So what does this mean? Well it means that you have a headache and you end…

Haitian Revolutions: Crash Course World History #30

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course World History. And apparently it’s Revolutions Month here at Crash Course, because today we are going to discuss the often-neglected Haitian Revolutions. The Haitian Revolutions are totally fascinating and they involve two of my very favorite things: 1. Ending slavery, and 2. Napoleon getting his feelings hurt….

Lawrence Krauss: Is Xenophobia Inherent in Organized Religion?

It’s hard to lump religion which comes in many different forms, shapes, sizes and viewed many ways by different people in a single framework. Ultimately, I think religion is a negative force for humanity because what it does – at least organized religion around the world is it implies things about the real world that…

England’s Surprising Fourth Biggest Religion

So, religion is a pretty big thing. And there’s a whole bunch of them. From Christianity to Islam and from Judaism to the one with the flying spaghetti monster But that’s a whole other video. In the 2001, what would you guess was English and Welsh fourth biggest religion? For example what if I told…