Being discerning and being critical are not the same thing

I’m sure you’ve met people who like to consider themselves particularly discerning. But so often, there seems to be a fine line between discernment and

Dawkins rejects scientism whilst affirming it, which is as self-defeating as the position itself

There’s nothing quite like somebody managing to contradict themselves in the space of a few seconds. Here is Richard Dawkins doing just that – see

Death by a thousand explanatory notes

I recently remembered this old monologue from David Mitchell, back when he did a Soapbox thing for the Guardian: The point he is making is

Why doesn’t God make his existence more obvious?

It is a common objection to the existence of God: why doesn’t he make himself more obvious? And, of course, if God was inclined he

Why I am relaxed about a conversation with my daughter that wasn’t exactly ‘successful’

In lieu of running Sunday School at church – mainly a result of COVID-19 restrictions and lack of available teachers stemming from them – we

Don’t appeal to mystery too quickly

Anyone who has been a Christian for any length of time will have heard others referring to ‘mystery’. Biblically, mysteries are not what we tend

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