What Do You Think?

1. Kibera

Kibera proves there is no God…or does it?

Why is there so much pain in the world? If God is so good, and all powerful, and fair, and loving, then why doesn’t He get rid of all the pain!

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2. Antarctica

Where did all the water on earth come from?

Does our water on earth originate from water contained within rock particles that, millions of years ago, coalesced? Or, is the simple water particle further evidence of intelligent design?

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3. Why Should I Care?

What and where is the source of our morality?

The atheistic belief is that biology can provide humans with a solid foundation for morality. Leading atheist Sam Harris says basing morality on biology eliminates the need for ‘an imaginary man in the sky’.

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4. Oh Jerusalem

Jerusalem has been a centre of conflict for centuries

Loved, threatened, invaded, destroyed and rebuilt time and time again.  It’s still the holy city for three global religions, and it holds the faith and dreams of billions of people today.

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5. Unanimous

God becoming human! Seems unbelievable!

Over the last 2000 years people have often questioned the Jesus stories. But there is strong evidence that these writings have been handed down to us accurately to give us solid reasons for hope.

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6. Is Jesus History?

Over 2.2 billion people believe Jesus was God

Outside the Bible, is there evidence He existed at all, and is the Jesus of history anything like the Jesus portrayed in the Christian gospels?

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7. Comeback

Millions of people centre a faith on Jesus’ resurrection

Today, the study of the life, death & resurrection of Jesus continues to captivate both believers and sceptics alike.

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8. Astronomical

We live in the ‘Goldilocks’ zone

We have water essential to life, just a 1% change either way in our orbit would wipe us out. If gravity were stronger, we wouldn’t be here.

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9. The God Dimension

Yuri Gagarin, the first astronaut to orbit earth, is reported to say, “I don’t see any God up here”.

Most atheists believe that if we can’t see it, hear it, or measure it, it’s just not there.

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10. In the Beginning

We possess a curiosity to ponder our beginning & discover humanity’s place within the vast cosmos

We long to make sense of the world and our place in it. Yet we live in a world of competing explanations.

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11. Flight Simulator

Nature’s most incredible long-haul flight machine

The Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger airliner. Despite all the progress, why are we still unable to produce a flight machine with the sophistication of an albatross?

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12. Monkeys Wrote This

Examine the ‘Infinite Monkey Theorem’ and see if chance really can explain the origin of life

The Infinite Monkey Theorem has been used to try and explain how randomness might produce genius.

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13. Kevin

I’m not worried at all by the philosophical arguments against God’s existence (Louise)

Kevin Inglis is nine years old. Kevin has over 100 epileptic seizures per year. Kevin is autistic. Kevin is profoundly intellectually handicapped.

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14. The Devil

Can a thinking person really believe in a Devil?

The clash between good and evil is behind so many stories; from ancient legends to the latest film. It’s the meta-narrative in most religions.

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15. Right or Wrong

In streets and alleyways children are being hired for sex

Is morality just a matter of personal opinion? Or do some things make right and wrong so obvious that we could call them moral absolutes?

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16. The Gospel According to Thomas

Why do some people choose to die for their faith?

Thomas discovered a faith in God that stood up to his deepest doubts and hardest questions and filled him with a hope that he was willing to die for.

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17. Origin

‘Evolution is a fact like the orbiting of the planets around the sun is a fact’

The evolution doctrine as follows: “Evolution is unproven and unprovable. We believe it, however, because the only alternative is an act of creation by a God, and that is unthinkable.” Sir Arthur Keith

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18. Moral Monster

According to Jesus, pure religion is a morality founded on love, respect, justice and kindness

New Atheists recoil at the idea of God as the source of morality.

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19. Morality Defined

Morality is difficult to build on science, on society or the individual

Racism, rape, child abuse – they’re so obviously wrong that it’s hard to argue they’re not moral absolutes.

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20. Faith

What’s ‘blind faith’?

What do you really believe? What do you believe about God? What evidence do you have to support your beliefs?

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21. Act of God

Is there such a thing as an ‘Act of God’ in the natural world? If so, is He to blame for them?

Christians claim that moral disasters are a result from us wandering away from God’s original plan for humanity. How do Christians explain the presence of natural disasters?

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22. Mind Over Matter

The hardware has been replaced, but the software remains!

Every cell in your body and brain has been replaced many times over. Physically, you are an entirely different person from who you once were, and yet you are the same.

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23. Love Thy Neighbour

Thousands of girls and boys in Thailand have been abused, victims of a global sex trade

Why should volunteers give their time, money and energy to help these girls and boys? If we exist only to pass on our selfish genes, why should we care?

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24. Force For Good

Religion is a force for good and evil in the world today

It is undoubtedly true that people commit horrific acts of evil in the name of religion. It is also undoubtedly true that people do acts of extraordinary common good inspired by religion.

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25. Judgment

In this life, most wrongs are never made right

Where evil abounds we long for ultimate justice. Christianity teaches that God will make all things right, new, and all things restored in a world of unending peace.

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26. Another World

Lewis was convinced that our deep desires in life point to a God who placed those desires in us

“If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that I was made for another world.” [C.S.Lewis]

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