entertainment & belief go heart to heart



Don’t miss the forest for the tree rings: Creation, Evolution & Intelligent Design (Zondervan, 2017)

The Counterpoint Series published by Zondervan seeks to bring together different views on controversial and not-so-controversial topics to foster the charitable discussion of across the spectrum of Christian belief. The basic format of the book is that each author presents... Continue Reading →

Gravity (2013)

Gravity's simple plot yet intricate production delivers an incredibly visceral experience of the existential horror of feeling alone in the universe. Rationality and progress may lead us to think we have conquered the universe, but in the absence of an... Continue Reading →

Robert California on fear – Spooked // The Office // Season 8 The Halloween party was a recurring feature episode of The Office, as it is in many American TV shows. At his first Halloween party as CEO of Sabre - Dunder Mifflin, Robert California walks the office getting to know... Continue Reading →

To New Horizons: The delight of discovery

Watching our children discover the world and how it works is truly delightful. Everything is new. Everything is interesting. Everything is open to enquiry. As their mobility increases, their small horizons expand. And as much as it keeps us on... Continue Reading →

God, Science & The Big Questions – Live stream now #GodScience

UPDATE: An on-demand streaming version is now available here, or watch below: John Lennox, William Lane Craig and JP Moreland are discussing God, science and the big questions, live streaming right now here! Fascinating topics so far including human/neanderthal... Continue Reading →

The shadow and the substance

Family, food, friends, the beauty of nature, experiences and pleasure make life rich and sweet. I suspect many of us have enjoyed them today (or not!). Some may use words like 'gift' or 'blessing' to describe them, or use words... Continue Reading →

Oblivion (2013) and the new atheism Part Wall-E, part The Truman Show and part 2001: A Space Odyssey, Tom Cruise's latest sci-fi outing Oblivion faces an oblivion of its own. This review contains spoilers. Jack (Tom Cruise) is a technician who maintains drones protecting the... Continue Reading →

Life, The Universe and Nothing link page added

The Life, the Universe and Nothing dialogue series featuring Lawrence Krauss,¬†William Lane Craig and Rory Shiner has garnered a lot of interest since August so I've added a link page for debate videos, commentary from the participants, blog responses and... Continue Reading →

Despicable Me (2010): Part 1

Apparently, my generation is unhappy. According to the author of Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy, Gen Y unhappiness stems from a belief that Gen-Ys see themselves as Protagonists & Special Yuppies (GYPSYs) in their own special story, riding on... Continue Reading →

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