Monthly Archives: September 2013

A bit of Essex heritage

Despite the often negative connotations in the media, I’m actually quite proud to have come from Essex.  There are a number of reasons for this, but one of those concerns the important ‘natural theologian’ or scientist, John Ray, who hailed … Continue reading

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Whence cometh morality?

I have been preparing the third talk in a series of four, for Highfields Church’s ‘If you could ask God one question‘ series.  Each one has been an interesting challenge.  Whilst the subject matter for each evening has not exactly … Continue reading

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Science and Miracles

I am putting the finishing touches to a brief twenty-minute presentation for the second in our series of “If you could ask God one question” sessions at Highfields Church.  I always find this topic an interesting one, because it forms … Continue reading

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The REAL alternative to church

A little while back, I wrote about the (relatively) new phenomenon of ‘Atheist Church‘, an attempt to reproduce the perceived benefits of a kind of formal religion, whilst very firmly preventing God from entering the building.  Not having attended one … Continue reading

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