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    Bill Craig on tour

    You may have heard that the well-known American apologist William Lane Craig is visiting the UK from 17-26 October for a brief tour, entitled "Reasonable Faith". The... Read more
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    As Opposed to the Sand

    How do we know which biblical commands to follow, and which ones not to? Last week, I summarised the problem like this: Read more
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    Pigs and Blankets

    A couple of weeks ago, I argued that the doctrine of Scripture was going to be the key theological debate of the next generation, and that three questions required... Read more
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    The Bible made Impossible

    Last week, I argued that the doctrine of Scripture was going to be the key theological debate of the next generation, and that three questions required particular... Read more
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    The Biggest Theological Debate of the Next Twenty Years

    I’ve never been very good at gazing into the crystal ball, so my predictions for the future probably aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. Nevertheless, I’m... Read more
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    Why I am a Christian

    It’s in the nature of things that apologetics can often be a bit defensive. Articles, blog posts and even books come about because, from time to time, somebody who is... Read more
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    A God of Violence?

    The God of the Old Testament is something of an apologetic liability these days. The ‘vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser’ of whom Richard Dawkins spoke so... Read more
  • My Kind of Literary Criticism

    Attributed to David Mamet: Read more
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    The missional muddle

    When new buzzwords enter the vernacular, there are two things that have the potential to cause confusion. The first is that the new piece of jargon is mystifying to... Read more
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    Not enough evidence

    There's a fascinating piece in this week's New Statesman about the reasons leading atheists don't believe in God. Apparently, it all comes down to a lack of evidence: Read more