Creation, The Big Bang and an eternal universe
The remarkable parents of John Lennox
Making a stand for God in a scientific world
New film answers ‘why God?’ and ‘why Christianity?’
Bioethicists: Aussie model embryo research highlights need for overdue ethics conversation
The work of Australian researchers who have developed a ‘model embryo’ will “revolutionise research into…
Can the creation of model human embryos lead us to ask deeper questions?
Reflections on iBlastoids and the discourse of science, ethics and religion.
A giant who reconciled science and religion
The legacy of John Polkinghorne from one who knew him
Believing that someone created the world is natural, says psychologist
Children are predisposed to a belief in God, says experimental psychologist and author Justin Barrett.…
Don't ignore the prophetic voices of our young people on climate change, says ecologist
When Professor Mike Clarke took part in the schools climate change strike in Melbourne last…
What Hubble troubles show about the science of faith
An aerospace engineer sees the universe clearly through the Space Telescope lens
When the apocalypse, miracles and science of the Bible meet online
What do you do when COVID-19 restrictions hit your face-to-face conference with more than 50…
Hi John. Will artificial intelligence replace humanity by 2084?
John Lennox is human. As soon as the world’s most recognisable Oxford Professor of Mathematics…