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Hey Google, Who is Jesus?

Back around March last year, I noticed that when I asked my Google Home about Jesus, it responded like an overly polite person at a party who had just been asked about some controversial issue of theology: “Religion can be complicated and I’m still learning.” Yeah, right Google! Don’t give us that fake humility. You’re just afraid to nail your colours to the mast! Who Do You Say I Am? Well, to give Google a break, there are many different views about Jesus amongst Google’s customers. Muslims believe…
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Review: ‘Is God Green?’ by Lionel Windsor
Most Christian commentary on caring for the environment leaves me completely cold. I just can’t seem to muster up the motivation that other people have to ‘live sustainably’. There, I said it out loud. Caring for the environment leaves me completely cold. I just can’t seem to muster up
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Review: ‘Is God Green?’ by Lionel Windsor
Most Christian commentary on caring for the environment leaves me completely cold. I just can’t seem to muster up the motivation that other people have to ‘live sustainably’. There, I said it out loud. Caring for the environment leaves me completely cold. I just can’t seem to muster up the motivation. There, I said it out loud. The topic often makes me feel enormously guilty for my pathetic failures—I keep forgetting my Keep Cup and reusable bags, I haven’t done enough research into what products I buy that have microbeads ruining the oceans, and yes I know I…
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The Bible and Archaeology
I’ve often turned on the TV on a Sunday night and watched at least part of a documentary on the historicity of the Old Testament. These documentaries always feature people with PhD’s in the relevant disciplines, who usually teach at prestigious universities. However, it does seem that most of

Review: ‘Is God Green?’ by Lionel Windsor

Most Christian commentary on caring for the environment leaves me completely cold. I just can’t seem to muster up

The Bible and Archaeology

I’ve often turned on the TV on a Sunday night and watched at least part of a documentary on

Book Review: Creation and Doxology (ed. Hiestand & Wilson)

It can be very easy, when conversations of ‘creation’ arise, to get caught up in a debate over origins—evolution

Review: Joyfully Spreading the Word: Sharing the Good News of Jesus

I begin this review with a confession. I am obsessed with a TV program called Bride & Prejudice. Bride
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