Posing a certain controversial question—“Do infants go to heaven?”, “Should we have theological reservations about multi-site churches?”, etc.—then soliciting a handful of respected and representative contributors to respond.
Will (all) disabilities be (completely) healed in the resurrection?
Can reflection on transhumanism help clarify what we mean by imago Dei?
Does God break the laws of nature when he acts in the world?
Is the Coronavirus evil?
Why do Christians outside the West experience far more instances of miraculous divine activity than their brothers and sisters in the West?
How does your discipline contribute to the wider discussion on freedom and determinism?
What is chance? How is it different from randomness? What place do these concepts have within Christian faith and understanding?
Is it really tenable to be a young earth creationist in the face of the overwhelming scientific evidence that counts against it?
If intelligent design is not religiously motivated, why hasn’t it gained traction among mainstream scientists?
Given your acceptance of the scientific consensus on the age of the cosmos, why do you reject the consensus regarding human evolution?
Does evolutionary creationism allow for divine intervention?
Would we have fewer conflicts between science and theology if we challenged our modern assumptions about certainty?
Does the Bible teach a wrong cosmology, and does the doctrine of accommodation shed any light on this question?
Were humans mortal before the fall?
Can science detect intelligent design?