Do we put together our own belief systems? What does this say to those of us who, as Christians, are part of what gets called ‘organised religion’? Advertisements
What is the message of the book of Ecclesiastes? How should we understand it? It’s perhaps one of those books that we don’t spend much time reading or thinking about. However, it’s one of my favourites, so this is my sermon about it!
What links the Large Hadron Collider and Moses? The work of a scientist, a poet, and a theologian? They are all motivated by a sense of wonder, a desire to discover more. I explore this in my sermon.
40,000 years ago people were thinking, believing and feeling like us in Europe. But what about elsewhere? New evidence has been found in Indonesia, which challenges some of what we thought we knew.
What’s the point of archaeology? Quite a lot actually! This is my reflection on the importance and wonder of archaeological discovery, with the help of Doctor Who…
40,000 years ago, were people thinking, believing and feeling like us? The answer that the British Museum’s exhibition on Ice Age Art gives is a resounding ‘yes’.
Stories and myths are an important part of our lives and our faith. I think that this can make us uncomfortable, not least because it can imply that they’re somehow not true. We can also feel that we are put at a disadvantage by admitting this; science deals in facts and we deal in stories…