ARCHIVE: A Time for Listening to the Ordinary Magisterium
Reasons for Believing 2014A series of talks for young people aged 16-25. All talks take place at 7.30 pm in Turnbull Hall, University of Glasgow Chaplaincy, 13–15 Southpark Terrace, Glasgow, G12 8LG
and are followed by refreshments and Night Prayer. The nearest subway is at H...
God is not responsible for the brutality of the crucifixion. On the contrary, the crucifixion is the result of human sinfulness. This is because human wickedness has real consequences, and therefore our redemption (i.e. how God saves us from our sins) is not just about God “turning a blind ...Read More
Peter E Hodgson FAITH Magazine November-December 2008It is becoming increasingly recognised, at least within the Church, that science has developed only in the context of a Christian civilisation, and has deep Christian roots.If we consider the great civilisations of the past such as those o...Read More