Our stewardship of creation is a task delegated to us by God. It is loving, compassionate, pro-human life, God-honouring and it can provide great opportunities for sharing our faith with others.
Paul Downes QC has enlisted a phenomenal line-up of speakers to address some of the greatest reasons to believe in the existence of God, such as the design of the universe, and the human desire for goodness, justice, morality and meaning.
If we try and pretend matter doesn’t matter, we get sucked into an unconscious materialism, we treat God’s earth without the respect God gives it, we cease worshipping God with our whole being, and we fail to enjoy God’s material blessings – which are not found in owning and possessing, but in enjoying, receiving and sharing God’s gift of creation
Of course, I reject atheism because I believe Christianity to be true. But I also reject it because I am a scientist. How could I be impressed with a worldview that undermines the very rationality we need to do science? Science and God mix very well. It is science and atheism that do not mix.
This high-quality video series manages to cover a very wide range of topics and perspectives within the broad area of science and religion, and it does so, in the main, very well indeed.
DR CALUM MACKELLAR considers the ethics of the editing of human genes in the creation of embryos. THE word “eugenics”, which is derived from two Greek roots “eu” (good) and “genesis” (birth), describes selection strategies or decisions aimed at affecting, in ways which are considered to be positive, the genetic heritage of a child, a community …
True knowledge arises from a deep contemplation of the wonders of creation. BY DAVE BOOKLESS Today’s environmental problems are so complex they often seen intractable. To tackle them, we not only need politics and economics, science and technology. We also need great wisdom to move towards a more sustainable and just world. But where can we find …