Brian Cox’s programmes about planets and galaxies, are mind-boggling stuff, provoking a sense of wonder. As he once said ‘ Astronomy sparks the imagination’. I have a friend who is into Astro Photography. He will regularly post photos he’s taken with a massive tele-photo lens strapped to his camera, showing fantastic detail of craters on […]
This week we heard the sad news that Professor Stephen Hawking has died. Media are full of praise for his achievements in his work in cosmology and for his life of survival against all medical odds.
Guys, I wanted to introduce a new series of blogs that we are going to be unblushing over the next few weeks / months / years … We have called this stuff ‘Life, the universe and everything else’. The flavour and focus of these blogs is how we can explore science and God without losing sight of either in […]
A couple of years ago we highlighted some apologetics books worth reading. As we were putting the finishing touches to the new Demolition Squad apologetics book (out next month!) we thought it would be good to include a list of further, recommended reading. Here is that list for you. 14 apologetics books, across different subjects, with […]
Kidlington Baptist Church held a public lecture series in the Summer of 2015. Featuring four leading Christian thinkers, who also happen to each be an Oxford professor, these talks tackle some of the weightiest arguments against belief in God. These talks are all available as a free download (below). We’ve covered some of these topics, religion, science, wishful thinking etc., […]
Ricky Gervais once posted this on Twitter: I think Ricky Gervais is a genius, even when I think he’s wrong – and I think he’s wrong here. Feel free to troll me on Twitter – I could do with a few extra followers. Now, lets forget the fact that science has a proven record of […]
“Ladies and Gentleman, the captain has just switched on the seatbelt sign in anticipation of upcoming moderate turbulence.” A string of words never followed by a cheery, “enjoy it!” When the bumps start I instinctively look out the window, just to make sure the wings are still there. I’m suddenly rudely aware of the extent […]