World Religions

Image: Life and Faith: The 100-page Challenge

Life and Faith: The 100-page Challenge

John Dickson suggests that the Bible - like every literary classic - deserves at least 100 pages.

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Giving God a bad name

John Stackhouse explains why common misconceptions about Christianity are widely believed.

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Life and Faith: Poetic Justice

Performance poet Joel McKerrow talks art, faith, and how poetry can change the world.

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Why theology matters even if there’s no god

Even if there is no god theology still offers great insight into modern thinking.

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Ending religion won’t end the conflict

Michael Bird on why the problem of evil is not just a religious one but a human one.

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History or Theology? The purpose of the Gospels

Paula Gooder discusses the Gospels and the distinction between history and theology. 1

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An odd-shaped key

John Stackhouse discusses the weirdness and plausibility of Christianity

Image: Life and Faith: Micah Challenge

Life and Faith: Micah Challenge

John Beckett joins Life and Faith to discuss addressing issues of global poverty.

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Faith, Politics and the American Way

Darrell Bock discusses the relationship between faith and politics in America.

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Why don’t we hear about persecuted Christians?

The media's coverage of the persecution of Christians reveals our religious blind spots.

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Seven Days that divide the world

John Lennox explains how he understands the Genesis creation accounts.

Image: Food for thoughtful people - don’t always make a meal of it

Food for thoughtful people - don’t always make a meal of it

Natasha Moore considers our relationship with food and the spiritual aspects of fasting.

Image: Life and Faith: Child Abuse and the Church

Life and Faith: Child Abuse and the Church

Life and Faith discusses the great moral failure of the church and the need for change.

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Doubt and Grace

Francis Spufford on why doubt is an important companion to faith and why grace is so appealing.

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Unreasonable faith: is forgiveness rational?

Miroslav Volf explains how the irrational act of forgiveness can actually make sense.

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