Many popular movies are about the origin of certain characters or situations – how they came to be – Batman Begins, X-men origins, Star Wars – the Phantom Menace. Continue reading “Why Do We Love Origin Stories?”
By: Akos Balogh
Our secular culture often uses Evolution to explain why we’re moral creatures. It’s popularised by thinkers like evolutionary Psychologist Jonathan Haidt or author Steven Pinker.
By: Robert Martin
The award winning Channel 9 TV series Lego Masters has proved to be popular family viewing last month. Viewers have been awed at the creativity and ability of the contestants to turn the humble Lego brick into amazing creations. Continue reading “Is There a Master Builder? How Lego Points to Something Bigger”
By: Sheridan Voysey
A vivid sunset, a misty horizon, the vibrant life of a colourful coral reef. In the presence of such beauty could we in fact be glimpsing something more? Continue reading “Why Beauty Leaves Us Breathless”
By: Anne Rinaudo
Christian movement Common Grace is inviting Australians to share in the wonder of creation with a series of reflections and other resources from their climate justice team. The series, called God’s Beautiful Earth, is available by signing up for a weekly email. Continue reading “Listen Deeply, Celebrate Creation in September”
Some people ask the question, “Where did life come from?” But the question of where the universe itself came from is an even bigger question. Continue reading “Where Did the Universe Come From?”
By: Tania Harris
How could God have created the world in 6 days when geological data shows the earth is over four billion years old?
How does the Bible’s description of human creation align with scientific evidence supporting evolution?
If Adam and Eve were the first couple, where did their son Cain’s wife come from? Continue reading “The Big Story: Why Creation-Science Debates are Missing the Point”