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This page last updated September 29th, 2021

Life’s big questions

Do you ever wonder if there’s any purpose in life. What makes a good life? Can I know truth, or right and wrong? Is there a God, and does he or she have any interest in me? Is Jesus in any way relevant to me?

I have researched good information from science, history and philosophy. I’ve gathered stories of people on the journey, their experiences and how they’ve worked out their own answers. And tried to illustrate what seems to work for them.

I offer my own answers, but I leave you to work out what works for you.

I hope all this may stimulate your thinking and help you on your journey.

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Check out reasons to believe in God at whatever level of detail suits you.

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Why believe?

A one-page summary of six reasons to believe in God.

Questioning woman

Why would you want to believe in God?

There are actually some very compelling life-related reasons why we might want to believe in God.

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10 things we can all believe?

Can’t believe in God? Here are 10 things you may be able to believe.

Q & A

Short answers to 17 hard questions about God and religion

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Converted by evidence

Two atheists look at the facts and decide that the evidence for christianity stands up best.


How do we know right and wrong?

Most of us know some things are right and others wrong, but how do we know?

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Check out what really makes us happy in life, and read about lives that have been filled with hope, healing or happiness.

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We don’t have to fly blind – there are plenty of clues to God we can investigate if we want to find him.


Check out christian and other belief in God, see what makes sense and what you might be able to believe for yourself.

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Comments from readers

“I’ve just discovered your site, and it’s full of wonderful, interesting information and insight. Very impressive, really great. I’ll check it regularly.”
Rob, February, 2020.

… there is much to digest on this one page. Many thanks for providing so many answers for me. I will be looking closely at other pages.”
Richard, February, 2020.

“This is really thought-provoking.”
Aika, March, 2019.

“This is a great post and I think clearly frames the issues in an appropriate way. …. it seems you have been doing some great work with your blog. I really like the format and writing.”
Joe, November, 2018.

“If the Christian God is real then I think the conception you espouse is among the more viable options out there, and that’s a testament to your willingness to allow the data to inform your theology.”
Travis, September 2017.

“As a new christian, this has become one of my favorite sites from the first visit. Fantastic information, would love to see a book on all this out of you! …. I am just finding this blog but I love it already! I grew up in a very science heavy background and never really believed in God.”
Alex, December 2016, August 2015.

“I teach a college level course on mysticism. This is the single, best article on the subject I have found. It is fair, rational, well-documented. Put simply, it hits the nail on the head.”
Lee, December 2016.

“As far as knowledgeable Christians that you could reach out to, there’s an Aussie who goes by “unkleE” …. I was raised in a fundamentalist version of Christianity that preached biblical inerrancy …. unkleE’s theology is much more liberal/moderate (and preferable) than the one I grew up with. While unkleE and I often disagree, I have a great deal of respect for him as a person and as a Christian. He’s sincere, and that counts for a lot in my book. So if you’d like the input of a Christian, I highly recommend him.”
Nate, 2014. (Nate’s blog is Finding Truth)

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