A gripping new movie about the power (and threat) of hope.
What do you do with the past? Especially the past where things have gone wrong. Do you ignore it or embrace it? But can we really ignore it and is it good to embrace it? There is another way and that is to find forgiveness for the past in the fact that God deals with the past, our past.
Guest blogger Dr Andy Bannister argues that atheism is a belief.
Is there justice and hope in the world? That's a dangerous idea!
Lawrence Krauss in his book leaves us where we started: we don't know
Reflections on the recent controversies surrounding Kevin Rudd, the Bible and slavery.
If God is not part of the universe, then where is he?
If you wandered through a local bookstore you'd be wondering if there are any books out there that explore science and Christianity written by anyone other than strong atheists who disavow the relationship. However, there are plenty of thoughtful books available.
Do we ever come to anything from the position of pure rationality? If so, Jesus thinks we are mistaken.
Lawrence Krauss has argued the rise of science is due to having 'nature as a guide' but behind that lay Christian thinking by Isaac Newton and Robert Boyle that God was free to make the world, ie nature, how he wanted. And so we must examine nature on its own terms to see what he has done.