Are the brain and the mind the same or is it possible to separate them? It seems difficult to separate them biologically (how to remove the mind from the brain??). Yet many faiths have believed – and still believe – in a soul or at least some separation. So are they the same or different? …
Why do we still talk about Jesus? This brief video will explore why spirituality is growing again in the West focussing particularly on the positive impact that faith has from the psychological research. – Berger, Peter (1999). The desecularization of the world : resurgent religion and world politics. Washington, D.C.: Ethics and Public Policy Center. …
A short video on Wilber’s work where he shows how science or scientism isn’t enough and shows why the concept of faith is needed to explain reality. Wilber, K. (1998) The Marriage of Sense and Soul: Integrating Science and Religion, Broadway: Portland.
How to deal with anxiety during this COVID pandemic. Touching both physical and psychological elements, this aims to give a selection of tools with which to fight anxiety.
Ever thought about how to relate Christianity to cultural insights around us? This conversation is aimed at Christians trying to think through how to relate their faith to the world around them, in particular, with psychology.
At the time of this talk, over 3 million had been infected with Coronavirus and over 200 000 recorded deaths. Is it possible that a good and loving God exists and allows all this?
This talk explores how we can make sense of God in difficult times of suffering.
A psychological perspective on what that cause us these conflicts and how to overcome them. In particular, this lecture looks at how to recognise and deal with emotional battles using both the latest insights as well as ancient wisdom.
This talk discusses how to find one’s own spirituality in the midst of many other worldviews today. It considers the four main historic faiths as well as atheism and the “spiritual but not religious” viewpoint before identifying a way forward.
Interview at the Turin Book Convention. Looking at the stories of Rosaria Butterfield and Nancy Guthrie: different lives with deep battles that culminate with a happy ending. From desperation to hope through faith.
This talk explores the 2 main approaches to self-esteem prevalent in today’s society – self-improvement and self-acceptance and proposes a model of how they can be balanced and well grounded to provide a solid base for a strong self-esteem.