The Evidence for the Resurrection

"I'm a Christian not despite the evidence; I'm a Christian because of the evidence". Pastor Dominic presents five lines of compelling evidence that build a cumulative case for the resurrection of Jesus and explains what this means for us today. Click here to watch now.


Christmas Has Come! Winter Meets Its Death!

When we first encounter it, C.S. Lewis’ magical land of Narnia is in the grip of the White Witch. She opposes Aslan and all that is good and has cast a spell on Narnia so that it is always winter but never Christmas. For me, winters can be long and cold but at least the … Continue reading Christmas Has Come! Winter Meets Its Death!

We’re Not Touching the Same Elephant!

It’s quite popular today to claim that all religious paths lead to the same destination – that when Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and others pray to their god(s), they’re actually praying to the same god(s). I once heard it put like this: imagine a scenario where there are three blind men touching an … Continue reading We’re Not Touching the Same Elephant!

When Relativism is Simply Inadequate

Relativism maintains that each person decides for themselves what is true; truth is subjective and relative to the individual. According to this view one person can say, “There is a God”, and his best friend could say, “There is no God”, and both statements will be true, so long as they accurately express the sincere … Continue reading When Relativism is Simply Inadequate

Is Religious Truth Universal or Personal?

Very broadly speaking, there are two types of truth in the world: 1/ subjective (or relative) truth 2/ objective (or absolute) truth. Let me illustrate the difference. Consider the statement: “Liverpool is the best football team in the world”. Now, as much as I may personally hold to this statement (and would like everyone to … Continue reading Is Religious Truth Universal or Personal?

Thinking Better = Living Better

Do you ever think about what you’re thinking about? Thoughts are the building blocks of our behaviour – they determine our words and actions. Proverbs 23:7 says that “as he thinks in his heart, so is he” (NKJV). In other words, whatever you allow into your inner person will eventually be seen in your outer … Continue reading Thinking Better = Living Better