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...

Day tripping for eternity

When Gunn from IFES Norway pioneered a movement in Luxembourg, we of Ichtus Vlaanderen in Belgium were enthusiastic. Since she was all alone there and it’s not far from Belgium, we included her in our staff retreat and got to know each other better. A new movement...

Finding wide horizons

I used to want to be a missionary. When I was at university, every summer I would go to a different developing country to help however I could. The first time I went overseas just for a holiday, it felt kind of selfish. I was used to making my trips as meaningful as...

What bugs me about the travel bug

If you’re not a different person by the end your trip, you haven’t done it right. Why does our generation place such a spiritual emphasis on travelling? In a world of millennial wanderlust manufactured by bloggers and social media, I’d like to question why we expect...