Again as part of our Uncover apologetics series, I looked at the issue of God and suffering on Sunday (my previous in the series was
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Iain Banks (known as Iain M Banks when he’s writing science fiction) had the most extraordinarily fertile imagination. It was one of the reasons his
I hated this book. I can’t even remember who suggested it or exactly why (it must have been something to do with the work I’m
Mary Eberstadt has a wonderful turn of phrase and an impish wit, which are used to devastating effect in her 2010 book The Loser Letters. She
This is an update of a talk I gave nearly 15 years ago to some students back in Sheffield. My aim was to help them
I was very struck by this fascinating article (“Building Blocks” from the latest Royal Academy magazine) about post-revolution architecture and art in the Soviet Union.
The news from Norway has defied words. Senseless, mindless, pointless; it is cruel, irrational evil. And supposedly in the name of Christ. Sickening. I always
When a fellow-scientist brands Richard Dawkins naïve you sit up and notice. But that’s exactly what Emanuel Derman has done. I didn’t know anything about Derman