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The myth of conflict

Chris Oldfield |

My name’s Chris. I have developed a sense of vocation to give what I’ve got to remedy the poverty of public understanding about science and religious faith in our culture. There is a wealth of misunderstanding, both within and without...

Walker with Dinosaurs: On Creation and the BBC

Liam Thatcher |

Few things make me involuntarily spit out my coffee. The taste of bad coffee is one. Reading this article was a second. The BBC has announced that after 15 years, Bill Turnbull is giving up his seat on the BBC...

My Experience of Alpha

Warwick Sharp |

I live in London and have worked in a range of areas from teaching, to working in a bank, to now working in education policy. I was brought up in a Christian family, but over time drifted away from Christianity...

Faith, Science and the Master of Silly Walks

Andy Tilsley |

‘I would like 2016 to be the year when people remembered that science is a method of investigation and NOT a belief system.’ So reads the first tweet of the year from the masterful John Cleese which, at the time...

Guest Speakers: Has Science Made God Obsolete?

Prof. Ard Louis |

Professor Ard Louis is a Theoretical Physicist and Royal Society University Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. In this talk, from our recent Alpha Course launch, he considers the relationship between science and faith, and whether science has removed the...

Songs in the Key of LIfe: Wonder - Psalm 8

Liam Thatcher |

In an age like ours, it’s easy to right off ‘wonder’ as a primitive idea, now displaced by knowledge and science. But in the second week of our new series, Liam looks at Psalm 8 and considers why learning to...

Guest Speakers: Baptism

Amy Orr-Ewing |

Amy is the Training Director of the Ravi Zacharias Trust and Director of Programmes for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. She speaks at many universities, churches, and conferences, has written several books and lectures on Christian apologetics worldwide.

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