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Image: The New Atheism - Just Another Dogma?

The New Atheism - Just Another Dogma?

Angus McLeay attended the 2011 Hegel Summer School and provides his thoughts on the presentations.

Image: Time for some nuance between the gay and the god-fearing

Time for some nuance between the gay and the god-fearing

John Dickson calls for a new tone in discussions between religious believers and the gay community.

Image: Faith still comforts in times of turmoil

Faith still comforts in times of turmoil

Simon Smart examines the disappearance of faith language from public discourse.

Image: God, Bono and me

God, Bono and me

Neil McCormick explains how he and Bono ended up with opposite conclusions about God's existence.

Image: Miracles, Mary and Modern Belief

Miracles, Mary and Modern Belief

Is it reasonable to believe in miracles and if so, how might they provide evidence for faith?

Image: Non-violence and September 11

Non-violence and September 11

Ron Sider proposes a different response to 9/11

Image: YouTube and the Burning Books

YouTube and the Burning Books

Greg Clarke looks at a long tradition of putting important texts to the torch

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The mystery of suffering

Richard Shumack examines the way Islam and Christianity interpret human tragedy.

Image: Floods in Pakistan and Paddington: who’s to blame?

Floods in Pakistan and Paddington: who’s to blame?

Greg Clarke explores some possible theological answers to the question "Who's to blame?" 1

Image: Violence, evil, divine revelation and unbelief

Violence, evil, divine revelation and unbelief

Richard Swinburne on the violence of the Old Testament, evil, divine revelation and unbelief.

Image: A sceptical age

A sceptical age

Richard Swinburne discusses whether or not we are experiencing a renaissance of unbelief.

Image: Evil and a good God

Evil and a good God

Richard Swinburne attempts to reconcile evil, suffering and a good God.

Image: The violence of the Old Testament

The violence of the Old Testament

Richard Swinburne responds to the incidents of violence portrayed in the Bible.

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Religion and Violence

In part four of our interview with Miroslav Volf we asked him why religion and violence seem linked.

Image: The Gift of Forgiveness

The Gift of Forgiveness

Miroslav Volf shares with CPX about the radical notion of forgiveness.

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