How much time would you need to decide whether God’s dealings with humanity have been fair or not? Would 1000 years be enough?
Our contemporary culture’s fascination with origin stories is an impulse as old as human history. How does accepting the veracity of a particular origin story affect our sense of meaning? Our sense of self?
Planet Earth seems wracked by a series of disasters that are increasing in frequency and intensity. Are these the signs of the end of the world that Jesus predicted? And if yes, what are we supposed to do about it?
Finding strength, meaning and a positive attitude when disaster strikes.
The media is fond of using religious language to describe the actions and appeal of teenage climate activist, Greta Thunberg, even calling her a “prophet”. Is she a prophet, biblically speaking? Do genuine prophets exist in the modern age?
“No-one can serve two masters,” Jesus said. One man’s life vividly illustrates the battle raging between the forces of good and evil that are each seeking our allegiance.
It’s a word thrown around to refer to a cataclysmic war—perhaps the war that ends life as we know it. But what is the original biblical meaning of Armageddon?
Sometimes it seems like there are a hundred voices shouting to get our attention—from both the outside and within us. How do we learn to identify the voice of God amid the clamour?
Sometimes it takes hard times for us to realise just how vital our families are.
Let’s face it, we’re basically selfish. But God offers a new way to be, and a better way to live.
To be born into the twenty-first century is to be born into an era of hopelessness. Is there a way out?
Assessing whether Coronavirus is a sign of the end.