Do Christians just believe because they believe? Or is there actual evidence that God exists—and more specifically, evidence about which God we're talking about?
Is religious faith a delusion? This is a common insult hurled by some atheists (usually in the absence of argument), so how might Christians respond to it?
"How can you believe in miracles in an age of science?" Are Christians naive and credulous for believing in the miraculous? Has science proved that miracles can't happen?
Somebody once quipped that "good-person-ism" is the most common religious belief on the planet. But do all good people really go to heaven?
In this special Christmas episode of SHORT ANSWERS, Andy Bannister discovers the key to the perfect gift—and shows how the gift of Jesus that first Christmas meets every criteria. Happy Christmas from all of us at the Solas Centre for Public Christianity!
If God is real, why do so many people doubt his existence? In the latest episode of SHORT/ANSWERS, Andy Bannister explores doubt and scepticism, and asks whether it's as widespread as some people assume.
Our culture encourages us to try to find ultimate happiness in things like food, sex, success, career or performance. But can those things really satisfy us?
From space travel to mountain exploration, human beings are inexhaustibly curious. But why? If we are just another animal, why do we put so much time and energy and resources into not merely survival and reproduction, but pursuing knowledge, adventure, and exploration?
Are Christians so focused on heaven they don't care about the earth? In a culture ever more concerned with environmental issues, Christians are often portrayed as unconcerned — or worse, even hostile to the natural world. But what does the gospel really have to say about the environment?
"The God of the Old Testament is a god of wrath and judgement; the God of the New Testament is a god of love and forgiveness!" How should Christians respond to those who claim that there are two utterly irreconcilable pictures of God in the Bible?