Evidence for the Virgin Birth
Two of the four Gospels tell us that Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit in the womb of Mary and that he had no human father. What is the evidence for this, and what meaning does it have for Christians today?
Evidence for the Power of Prayer
Prayer is an activity as old as humanity and as widespread as the cultures of the world. But what is the Christian understanding of prayer? And can it change the world?
Evidence for the Holy Spirit
What makes possible creativity, ethics and the whole world of the imagination? This booklet explores the work of the Holy Spirit, as understood in the pages of the Christian Bible.
Evidence for Christ
The New Testament has come under critical scrutiny for more than 100 years. How does the evidence for the life, teaching, death and resurrection of Christ look today?
Evidence for the Resurrection
Does the story that Jesus was crucified and dead on Friday but then raised to life on Sunday morning – make sense today? John Austin Baker looks at the different witnesses to the resurrection.
Evidence for the Love of God
Droughts, famines, car crashes, murders, cancer, mental illness, senility… all the evidence seems to point against the possibility that a God of love created the universe. So what is the evidence for God?
Evidence for Life After Death
This booklet doesn’t try to prove there is life after death, because that is impossible. But it does attempt to show there is nothing incredible about the idea that human beings can live on in another, better existence.
Evidence for God
Why believe there is a God at all? Richard Swinburne argues that the case for the existence of God is cumulative and explains the pattern of science and history, as well as our religious experiences.