Living by the book

Over the last few months, I’ve been thinking a lot about the evidence for Christianity. Specifically, I’ve been pondering just how far the historical evidence can take us—in our own faith, and in our evangelism. This isn’t about questioning the quality of the...

What do we really know?

“The truth is out there.” That famous line came to define a show that captivated me at secondary school. In The X-Files, FBI agents Mulder and Scully spent 202 episodes chasing conspiracy theories and paranormal activity all over America. Regardless of the...

Faith meets science

Graeme Finlay’s two passions are not, as new atheists would have us believe, mutually exclusive. He is a respected academic with a PhD in cell biology. He is also a Christian who has completed theological study and written a book dealing with, among other things, the...

Growing TSCF’s capacity

Each time Caitlin Ormiston arrives in New Zealand, she brings a little more of her life with her. As a teenager, she left the UK to spend a year in Ngaruawahia working at Christian Youth Camps. She had been drawn to NZ’s beauty and the opportunity to participate in...

Shared history

TSCF board vice chairperson Dennis Fountain was a student leader in NZ around the time that Billy was a student in India. He shares his memories of how students in NZ began supporting theological education for their counterparts in UESI. After Bruce Nicholls went to...

Billy of UESI

I slipped into the back row. A few students were scattered around the room. This man was moving among them, an open Bible in his hands, working his way through Habakkuk 1 with such a warmth, an urgency, a gentleness, and an accuracy. Unforgettable. From that day this...