“In the last few years astronomy has come together so that we’re now able to tell a coherent story of how the universe began. This story does not contradict God, but instead enlarges the idea of God.”
Joel Primack is a professor of physics and astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz and is a member of the Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics.
Denis Giron has produced an article which has stimulated much debate and reflection amongst Christian and Muslim commentators on Blogging Theology. Rather than add to the ever-extending line of comments, and because I wish to cite some academic sources at… Read More ›
Antony Flew: Antony Flew (died 2010) was an English philosopher. Belonging to the analytic and evidentialist schools of thought, Flew was most notable for his work related to the philosophy of religion. During the course of his career he taught… Read More ›
Anthony Buzzard is a biblical scholar, unitarian Christian theologian, author and professor on the faculty of Atlanta Bible College.
This is “all pervasive” in modern Christianity: the Infinite gets swallowed up in the finite – and gets killed by his own creatures. Astaghfirullah!
Rev Dr Ian Paul is a Christian theologian. Rev Jon Barrett is Mission and Communications Enabler for Leicester Diocese in England.
“The Old Testament teems with prophecies of the Messiah, but nowhere is it intimated that the Messiah is to stand as a God to be worshiped. He is to bring peace on earth, to build up the waste places, to… Read More ›
Shock survey: most Americans are now closer to Islam than Christianity in their view of who Jesus really was.
I confess to being surprised by this survey. Perhaps the instinctive common sense of most people shines through. A man who allegedly cried out: “My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me?” (Matt 27:46, Mark 15:34) is obviously not… Read More ›
Now we come to the supreme claim, ‘I and the Father are one,’ said Jesus (John 10:30). What did he mean? Is it absolute mystery, or can we understand at least a little of it? Are we driven to interpret… Read More ›