The God Issue

This week's New Scientist is dedicated to the question of science and faith.

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“I was Thirsty and ye Gave me Drink”

A shirt film on the history of Guinness (video)

If God Then What?

A brief review of Andrew Wilson’s case for God.

The Light of the World (John 8:12)

What did Jesus mean, when he claimed to be the Light of the World? (mp3)

The Word Become Flesh (John 1:1-5)

John 1 is like an overture to the letter as a whole, beginning with an audacious claim: that Jesus is the Word become flesh (mp3)

Doodling in Maths Class

It's a rare thing that I find myself happily watching videos about maths!

Slow Roast Rib of Beef

Heston Blumenthal’s rib of beef with mustard and tarragon sauce.

The Return to Religion

Peter Oborne on “The Return to Religion” in the UK

A Perfect Panettone

A recipe for panettone with an ingenious alternative to a panettone tin.

Violence: My View from the Fence

Part four of a discussion on violence and pacifism.

“The Right to Bear the Sword the State Has”

John Howard Yoder offers a pacifist reading of Romans 13

Who Would Jesus Punch?

On Mark Driscoll, Mixed Martial Arts and Masculinity.

Nagging Questions on the Mission of the Church

Trevin Wax offers some questions about Gilbert and DeYoung’s latest book.

Empowered (Acts 1:4-8)

How can we receive power to achieve all that God wants us to do? (mp3)

Is God a Moral Monster?

“The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser.” – Richard Dawkins

Cow Club Debuts with a Red Beef Curry

A spicy red beef curry from Madhur Jaffrey

A Charismatic in Denial?

Mark Driscoll asks Douglas Wilson some great questions on spiritual gifts.

Oh-mio, oh-my-oh, Oh Cleveland Ohio!

“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have” (1 Peter 3:15)

Rest (Esther 7-10)

Esther makes a daring move to save the Jewish people from destruction (mp3)

Just how Shut is the Spigot?

The third and final part of a series on Douglas Wilson’s cessationism.

Eagerly Desire The Gifts, Especially That You May Write Scripture

The second of three posts exploring Doug Wilson’s cessationism.

On Closed Spigots And Private Spirits

The first of three posts looking at Douglas Wilson’s cessationism.

Review: Krishna

Creative, fresh, affordable Indian food in an unlikely location.

Review: Elephant Café, Brixton Village

Pakistani street food in Brixton Village

Slaves and Masters (Eph 6:5-9)

How should we approach our work? And what ought we to make of Paul’s commands to slaves? (mp3)