It's possible to benefit greatly from academic criticism, but to do so we have to overcome our pride. And that's a theme familiar to the writers of Scripture.
Introducing a series of occasional posts on evolution, where we will be attempting to learn from the juxtaposition of disparate views with humility and charity.
This installment of "Christian philosophy in diagrams" outlines the relationship between what is unique and what is universal, as a way of seeing scientific thinking in the light of the word of God.
Concluding his 3-part series on listening, Bruno Medeiros examines the communal context in which the Parable of the Sower comes to have transformative meaning for attentive disciples.
Oxford's Graduate Christian Forum welcomes visitors - and makes its lecture recordings available online.
Joanna Collicutt's expertise in psychology and theology helps us consider how we can display a Christ-like character in the university.
Mike Clifford takes the example of Daniel and his friends at the University of Babylon to encourage Christian postgraduates to thrive in their studies.
Continuing his series on listening, Bruno Medeiros sees sparks of creativity and imagination flying when Jesus' disciples ask for insight into the Parable of the Sower.
What does it mean to live out our human calling to image God in the university?