Glad You Asked
If God loves us, why is there so much evil and suffering in the world? - George Campbell (Audio Only)
Evening Service, Sunday, September 6, 2020
Why a good, all powerful God allows suffering and evil is one of the oldest challenges to the Christian faith and indeed the existence of God himself. In this message we think through how to respond to that challenge and how we deal with suffering when we encounter it.
Why would a loving God send people to hell? - Scott Hamilton (Audio Only)
Evening Service, Sunday, September 13, 2020
The nicest person you'd ever meet. Someone who has spent years working to help make the lives of others better. A very sincere and well-meaning believer in another religion. Why would a good, loving and kind God stop these men and women from spending eternity with Him? Why would He instead send them to an eternity of enduring punishment? What does this say about the God of the Bible, and His followers?
Hasn't science proven that the bible's account of creation is wrong? - Tim Haddow (Audio Only)
Evening Service, Sunday, September 27, 2020
Most people assume that, since Galileo and Darwin, science and Christianity have been in conflict about the nature of creation, and that we can now be sure this is a debate science has won. This talk explores the differences between what the bible teaches about creation and what science can tell us; why the clash is not between science and the bible but between the Christian view of a Universe created with purpose and meaning, and the materialist view of existence as a cosmic accident; why scientific enquiry doesn't contradict the Christian account of creation and may even support it; and why the bible's account of creation, properly understood, is foundational to a hope-filled, life-affirming Christian worldview.
Can we trust the bible? - Ken Douglas (Audio Only)
Evening Service, Sunday, October 4, 2020
We look at the Doctrine of Scripture from 2 Timothy 3:10-17 and then look at two aspects of the defense of Scripture, looking at the transmission of the text and the reliability of that testimony to try and answer the question "Can we trust the Bible?"