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GOD: new evidence


Videos - evidence of God in science;
evidence for Jesus in history

New series: Bad Faith: are science and Christianity in conflict?

One survey found that 70% of people aged between 18 and 23 believe that the teachings of religion and science ultimately conflict with each other.

Our new series 'Bad Faith: are science and Christianity in conflict?' explores some of the key historical events that have led to the idea of conflict - for example, the story of Galileo's trial.

Here is the first video in the new series:


'The Biggest Question: why does God allow suffering?'

(Go here to find out more about 'The Biggest Question' study guide for groups)

Go here to watch all the videos, or find one that interests you

You may feel that all the suffering and evil in the world is a convincing reason why you do not believe in a good God. For people who do believe, suffering and evil raise all kinds of doubts and questions too. In this new series, we talk to people who have faced all kinds of tragic circumstances, and yet still keep their faith. We ask them how their lives have been changed, and how their faith has been challenged by what they've been through. To watch the videos, visit the contents page, or follow the links in the menu at the top of the page.


An atheist changes his mind

Engineer Nick Berryman was an atheist, who enjoyed reading Richard Dawkins' 'The God Delusion.' Then he changed his mind about God. In this new video short, he tells his story.

If you like this short video of Nick, you may also enjoy this longer interview with him (audio only).


'After Life?'

What really happens when we die? At the heart of the Christian message is the claim that Jesus rose from the dead. This is the defining moment of history. It confirms the reality of God, and the identity of Jesus as the Son of God, and it means we can know that there is life after death. Follow the links in the menu at the top of the page to watch the videos.


Is there evidence of God?

Many people think that science and faith tell conflicting stories about how the universe began. But the scientific picture is of a definite moment of creation in a vast cosmic explosion (the 'Big Bang'), which was carefully adjusted for human life. Our earlier video series 'God new evidence' and 'God and the Big Bang' describe the remarkable evidence from cosmic fine tuning that points us towards the Creator. Follow the links in the menu at the top of the page to watch the videos.


'Jesus Myths'

Our contemporary world is awash with myths about Jesus. This series of videos explores the evidence, and separates the facts from the falsehoods. Follow the links in the menu at the top of the page to watch the videos.

'Conspiracies & Secret Gospels'

Have we been lied to about how Christianity began? Millions of people believe that the roots of the Christian faith are a deception:

  • that Paul re-invented Jesus, turning him from a simple Jewish teacher into the Son of God
  • that there were other Gospels that give us completely different pictures of Jesus
  • or that there were other varieties of early Christianity, and the kind we have today triumphed by force.

In these videos, leading scholars respond to these challenges. Follow the links in the menu at the top of the page to explore this series.

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Christian Evidence Society

Christians in Science

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William Lane Craig - Reasonable Faith

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Mike Licona - Risen Jesus

Saints and Sceptics

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Peter S Williams

‘Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out of nothing, and delicately balanced to provide exactly the conditions required to support life. In the absence of an absurdly improbable accident, the observations of modern science seem to suggest an underlying, one might say, supernatural plan.’
- Nobel Prize-winning scientist Arno Penzias