Beginnings: The chance appearance of all matter, energy and momentum out of nothing and for no particular reason.
Life: That the physical universe appears to be fine-tuned across its attributes to the highly improbable incidence of life in abundant variety.
Consciousness: That the human mind insists that it is free to think and decide apart from the determinism of the atomic matter of which it appears solely to consist.
Ethics: That human existence is governed and understood through concepts of morality and justice that cannot be derived from a purely materialistic world view.
Life after Death: The compelling historical evidence for the seemingly implausible proposition that 2000 years ago a maverick preacher from Nazareth in Palestine died but then lived to tell the tale.