1. Introduction to the Evidence
Is there any evidence for a Creator? What sort of evidence should we assess? Why care?
2. What About all the Stuff?
We live in a universe full of stuff - galaxies, gravity and garlic - but what does the nature of our universe suggest about its origins?
3. Goldilocks, Puddles and the Firing Squad.
The properties of our universe are 'just right' to support matter and life - why is this the case and is that even a valid question to ask?
4. What Am I? DNA and Destiny
Every organism ever examined contains DNA; a microscopic instruction manual containing the information to make our bodies. What does this suggest about life and moral responsibility?
5. Who am I? Consciousness and me
Despite being an experience shared by every person, consciousness remains a mystery. What might conscious thought suggest about a creator?
6. Good, Evil and Morality
Every society functions on the basis of a moral code. But where do these ideas of good and evil; right and wrong come from and why are they significant?
7. Myths and Legends?
King Arthur, Saint Nicholas and Jesus of Nazareth. Is there any difference between these figures? Is there any historical evidence that suggests Jesus existed?