Can you handle the absolute truth?

Can you handle the absolute truth?

Jesus claimed to be the truth, to have the truth, to proclaim the truth, and to reveal the truth. Crucially, he also claimed that this truth wouldn’t simply reveal the way things are, but it would transform the way things are.

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For free will to exist so must suffering

For free will to exist so must suffering

The Bible doesn’t ignore the difficult realities around pain and suffering. The objective of Christian faith is not to help you soothe away your troubles, not to pretend all is well when it isn’t, not to dull the pain but rather to see reality and grasp the root of our problem.

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God and neuroscience: we are more than just our brains

God and neuroscience: we are more than just our brains

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...

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Is anything wrong?

Is anything wrong?

Questions about the concept of moral absolutes have never been more important, argues Tanya Walker, as she examines what Christianity and atheism have to say on the issue.

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Why isn’t God more obvious?

Why isn’t God more obvious?

Did you know that the Bible actually recognises the validity of the question we are asking? It tends to be a surprisingly honest book. Astonishingly, the Bible even contains verses that show God deliberately hiding or obscuring himself sometimes.

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