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Trees In Transistion VII


Later on today I hope to have time to put up a few more posts, but for the moment just to keep things coming here is the latest installment in my “Trees in Transistion” series.  47 more words

Nature Photography

Blake's Beasts

This is a chapter from my book in progress.

This is another striking engraving, almost mandala-like in its design and symmetry. There are some beautiful colour versions including this one. 1,841 more words

Religion & Spirituality

A Dangerous Church? The Elephant in the Balliol College Freshers Fair

This article was first published on Christian Today

I return from a lovely break in Croatia to discover yet another one of those ‘snowflake/University bans Christians’ stories. 1,215 more words


The Ends of Science and Beginning of Faith

I recently listened to a conversation between Ravi Zaccharias and Professor David Block. Professor Block is currently the director of the Cosmic Dust Laboratory at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and a Professor in the School of Computational and Applied Mathematics. 1,497 more words


Why the world is broken

Nearly everyone admits the world is broken, at least to some extent. There’s a disconnect between “what is” and “what ought to be.”

People pursue happiness, only to die sad and alone. 809 more words


Seeing Jesus

A sermon preached on 1 Peter 1:8-12

The Beauty of Faith

A well-known atheist and author, Richard Dawkins (author of The God Delusion), was interviewed by CNN about his views on science and religion. 2,746 more words


Understanding Atheism

by Adam Hellyer

There’s no such thing as a dead atheist. Atheist or agnostic, believer or unbeliever, all are appointed to die once and then appear before the judgment seat of Christ.  160 more words