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Clear and deep

Ian Powell
Nov 20th, 2014
How is it clear that we have a deep relationship with God?

Red dragon

Ian Powell
Nov 19th, 2014
How does the Devil work in the world?

His Dark Materials and the Atheist Imagination

Rory Shiner
Nov 13th, 2014
Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials is a self-consciously secular foray into a space that has often been religious in nature—children's fantasy. In this talk, we consider what the atheist imagination brings to a world so often associated with the Christian instincts of a Lewis or a Tolkien.

Somewhat shocking clarity

Ian Powell
Nov 13th, 2014
Each human is either a child of God or of the Devil, according to John and Jesus.

The exotic love of God

Ian Powell
Nov 6th, 2014
The highest blessing Christ gives is to be adopted into His family. To know the Almighty as Father. This changes nearly everything.

War, Peace and the Faith of Millions

Paul Whitfield
Nov 6th, 2014
Having won praise for writing 'War and Peace' Leo Tolstoy "naively imagined that I was a poet and artist and could teach everybody without myself knowing what I was teaching". In time his honest questioning led him to a despair and hopelessness that was only lifted by considering the faith of the Russian peasants.

Introducing the Apocalypse - A vision of God

Ian Powell
Nov 6th, 2014
Before God tells us what will happen, He assures us that He is in control and that Jesus, the lion lamb, is Lord of history.

Better off without religion

Michael Jensen
Nov 6th, 2014
Why has the West tuned out to Christianity? Is Jesus relevant in the 21st Century?

Our most dangerous enemy?

Ian Powell
Oct 30th, 2014
A strong command on a love that must be avoided. If chosen it will replace love for God.

Living beyond refuge - what is the bigger picture?

Mark Leong
Oct 30th, 2014
What is the big picture? The unexpected ending of Ruth paints a compelling picture for city workers.