Is Anyone in Charge Here?

Is Anyone in Charge Here?

Selwyn Yeoman talks about his new book on ‘Dominion’, subtitled “A Christological Evaluation of the Idea of Human Dominion over Creation“ Purchase for $30.00/book plus $6.00 p and p, for one OR two copies; orders direct to Selwyn at <selwyn.yeoman@xtra.co.nz>

Attachment to God in Christian life

Attachment to God in Christian life

Insights for individuals and the church, by Maureen Miner Bridges For the last fifty years Christians have been exposed to relational theology. Yet our understanding of Christians in relationship with God has scarcely benefited from psychological and neuroscientific advances in

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Three book reviews by Philip Pattemore: Faith perspectives on theories of origins. Philip reviews: ‘Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins: Cosmology, Geology, and Biology in Christian Perspective’, ‘In Quest of the Historical Adam: A Biblical and Scientific Exploration’, and ‘Baby Dinosaurs

The queens of science

The queens of science

By Gray Manicom. Both Theology and Mathematics have been celebrated as “the queen of the sciences”. Perhaps the famous mathematician Gauss, who thus crowned Mathematics, was critiquing the aged words of the famous theologian Aquinas. Perhaps he was implying that

Is there Mathematics without God?

Is there Mathematics without God?

By Gray Manicom, Phd student in mathematics, University of Auckland Galileo Galilei supposedly said “Mathematics is the language in which God has written the universe”. This makes Mathematics seem like something independent of God, that exists without God and that

The Sixth Mass Extinction & Genesis

Lascaux painting

By Dr. Yael Klangwisan Suffering tends to be silent. Extinction is no different. We need science, the humanities and Scripture to give voice to this silence. In this blog, a biblical scholar reflects on human loneliness without animals, how science

An Earth Day Parable

An Earth Day Parable

The Pangolin Effect: Covid-19 and Human Sin  by Silvia Purdie, 22nd April 2020 April 22ndis Earth Day, and it behoves us to think closely about our effect on the earth.  The trail of this present pandemic tragedy is a case in

Evolution and Beauty

Evolution and beauty

by Nicola Hoggard Creegan In our upcoming conference Beyond Conflict: Evolution, Science and God, we will among other things, be exploring different understandings of evolution, both at the level of mechanism and philosophically. This blog, then, is a short excursus

Easter reflections

Easter Reflections

by Nicola Hoggard Creegan It is Easter, and He is risen! We hear very little if anything about the religious meaning of Easter in the New Zealand media. This central core of Christian teaching, is, however, of immense importance in our

Seeing God

Seeing God

by Prof. Carolyn King There is a story about an American who was determined to see the Loch Ness monster. He travelled to Scotland, and asked the locals for information about when and where it had been seen, and by