What makes Christianity different from other religions?

Talk by Prof John Lennox Read John’s full biography Why should we believe in Christianity when there are so many other competing religions around? Isn’t it just an ethical code like many other faiths? At a question and answer session for the Veritas Forum John...

Compulsion in religion and the freedom to disbelieve

Talk by Ravi Zacharias Read Ravi’s full biography What do we make of the use of compulsion to believe in certain countries and is society in the west qualitatively different because of its Christian heritage? In a question and answer session Ravi Zacharias addresses...

Why Christianity and not one of the many other religions?

Talk by Ravi Zacharias Read Ravi’s full biography Why should we believe in Christianity when there are so many competing religions, which also claim to be true? In a question and answer session Ravi Zacharias explains that we should weigh up all religions according to...

Politics and religion: where should the two intersect?

Talk by Ravi Zacharias Read Ravi’s full biography In some nations there is an official separation between religion and politics, whilst in others the two are inextricably link. What place should religion have when it comes to legislation? Should we support a theocracy...

Do all religions lead to the same goal?

There are many competing ideas and beliefs in our global society today and any claims about absolute truth seem to go against the grain, when it comes to the promotion of religious pluralism, peace and tolerance. In this excerpt from RZIM’s Foundation of...

Does religion poison everything?

A common claim made by many atheists is that religion causes evil, suffering, division and war. For example, at the Munk Debate in Toronto last November, Christopher Hitchens argued this very point against Tony Blair. Religion, Hitchens claimed, causes sectarianism,...

Doesn’t Religion Just Cause Evil, Suffering, Division and War?

A common claim made by many atheists is that religion causes evil, suffering, division and war. For example, at the Munk Debate in Toronto last November, Christopher Hitchens argued this very point against Tony Blair. Religion, Hitchens claimed, causes sectarianism,...

Is religion dangerous?

I am writing on the fourth anniversary of the 7/7 suicide bombing attacks in London. In a chilling videotaped statement, one of the bombers, Mohammed Sidique Khan, explained that his motivation was inextricably linked with his Islamic faith: “I and thousands like me...

Does Science Alone Work?

Talk by Sharon Dirckx Read Sharon’s full biography The assumption that science and religion are in conflict is a view that never diminishes. Many assume that modern science has rendered religious explanations irrelevant, and some go further to say that science alone...

Why God might allow suffering?

Article by Vince Vitale Read Vince’s full biography In one of the first significant conversations I had on this topic, my Aunt Regina expressed to me how difficult it is to see her son Charles – my cousin – struggle with a serious mental illness. Being more concerned...