Science and religion in the 21st century
With computers becoming more like humans, we all need to think harder about who we can trust and what our identity is grounded in
The morality of food, and has neuroscience killed off free will?


Should single Christians use dating apps if they strike out at church?
Reading the Bible backwards, the ‘opiate of the masses’, Physics 2.0, and the resurrected yet scarred body
Always Plan A, sharing in Christ’s sufferings, a Disney fairy story, and the offensive incarnation
How can Christians working in healthcare sustain and grow faith, while also seeing God at work in their hospitals and clinics?
The myth of conflict, Charles Darwin’s beetle research, epistemic humility, and English country churchyard or Californian fridge?
Ruth and Naomi, ‘chesed’, trips to the theatre with John Stott, and an unorthodox rabbi