Why does God appear to be hidden?

Why does God appear to be hidden?

  Bertrand Russell famously said that if he was ever confronted by a creator and was asked why he didn’t believe, he would respond ‘Not enough evidence, God! Not enough evidence!’. How should Christians respond to the suggestion that God has...
Is Christianity just a crutch?

Is Christianity just a crutch?

In Mere Apologetics, Alister McGrath points out that “one of the most familiar criticisms of Christianity is that it offers consolation to life’s losers.”(1) Believers are often caricatured as being somewhat weak and naïve—the kind of people who need...
God are you there?

God are you there?

I found myself watching the Channel 4 programme One Born Every Minute this week. Over the course of an hour I laughed cried and winced as we watched an incredibly diverse selection of women giving birth to their babies in NHS hospitals. While the church in China sees someone become a Christian every 30 seconds and the hospitals in our own country see a baby born every minute I started to wonder how often new birth is occurring here in Britain.

What has Christianity got to offer us today?

What has Christianity got to offer us today?

C. S. Lewis was once asked if he followed Christ because it made him happy. He responded that he did not become a Christian because it made him happy, he always knew a bottle of Port could do that, but he followed Christ because he believed it was true! If Lewis was around today, he’d be immersed in the debates of our time, especially the issues of truth and relevance.

Faith is just about trusting God isn’t it?

Faith is just about trusting God isn’t it?

I’ve been trying to avoid using the word ‘faith’ recently. It just doesn’t get the message across. ‘Faith’ is a word that’s now misused and twisted. ‘Faith’ today is what you try to use when the reasons are stacking up against what you think you ought to believe.

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