Crucifixion was designed to be the most painful, the most humiliating way to die ever devised in human history.
The challenge is often framed in this way: if a loving and powerful God exists, He would not allow evil to exist; evil does exist, therefore, there must be no God
We can barely go for a couple of months without hearing of a new disaster. How do we make sense of natural disasters and God?
In a world where we have weaponised emotions, where everything I am saying to you is motivated by love and anything you’re saying against me must only be explicable by hatred, Michael Ramsden argues there is but one deterrent and that it is to be found in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
Article by Sharon Dirckx Read Sharon's full biography In her latest book, ‘Am I Just My Brain?, neuroscientist and OCCA Fellow Sharon Dirckx lays out the current understanding of who we are from biologists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists, and points...
Amidst the political turmoil of our world whether it be Brexit or North Korea, climate change or debates about the legal status of life in the womb, we live in disconcerting times. Here in Britain, we observe worrying trends of a burgeoning mental health crisis and a dramatic increase in knife crime amongst young people…
At the end of March, REBOOT flew to Northern Ireland for the second year in a row, a visit masterminded by local boy and OCCA Fellow, Gareth Black. Over 300 young people flocked to the Assembly Buildings in the heart of Belfast and hundreds more joined via ground-breaking livestreams to Uganda and Nigeria.