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Reflecting on the Lindt tragedy

Peter Kaldor, Ian Powell
Dec 18th, 2014
A time to to grieve, to hear words of comfort, and to pray for all affected

The loveliness of God

Ian Powell
Dec 4th, 2014
What one word best sums up God?

Wondering about wonder

Ian Powell
Dec 3rd, 2014
Richard Dawkins is visiting Sydney speaking on An appetite for wonder. But is there anything wonderful about Christmas?

The antichrist

Ian Powell
Nov 27th, 2014
Is the antichrist simply an excuse for yet another B-grade horror movie?

New world, new creation

Ian Powell
Nov 26th, 2014
Will the world end? And will it end in a good place?

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?

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.

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.

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.